Author has written 3 stories for Hunger Games, and Lunar Chronicles.
"If you don't know where you are going, then any road will take you there."
~Lewis Carroll, author of the 'Jabberwocky' a poem of gibberish, Alice in Wonderland a story I feel isn't really that child friendly, and Through the Looking Glass, I still have to read that one.
In case you were wondering, the bird is a Peregrine Falcon. It's one of my many dreams to own one. It's the fastest animal alive. It can reach up to 200 mph in a dive. See a cheetah do that.
Just for your information some of my other dreams are:
3. Move to Iceland, I like the cold, and yes I know Greenland is colder, but Iceland has geothermal heated sidewalks. No, I have never been there, but I know things.
4. Visit Swaziland, just to say I went there.
5. Own an alpaca farm, because alpacas are better than lamas. Or is it llamas?
6. Get in to Harvard just to reject their acceptance. (Update: Harvard rejected me T_T)
Anyway, about me. "A question that drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?" ~Albert Einstein. Good question Einstein. I am still trying to find the answer to that myself. Straying from my mental stability though.
Favorite Books: So many... Too many to list...
Here is a weird fact about my life. At school, I've been hit in the head with: basketball, confetti, soccer ball, kick ball, lunchbox, icepack, mechanical pencil, tree branch, metal pizza tray, can of pringles, person, ladder, empty bottle, plastic pipe that was suspended ten feet in the air, and a ping-pong paddle. And that's just the head. I'm not complaining though. I think it's pretty cool. Maybe it's just me suffering from brain damage though...
"For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream."
~ Vincent Van Gogh
"I've loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night."
~ Galileo Galilei
I hope that my writing has improved... It gave me straight up anxiety for years.
Ok, the stories that I' wrote when I was 14 (I am a math-y person, and as such was worse at writing than most 14 year olds. I'm not going to edit them now in honor of younger me):
The 11th Hunger Games- Finished- Twelve-year-old Glynn Sail gets chosen for the 11th Hunger Games. So it's basically the Games and the events that happen in between all the way up to the 74th Hunger Games. My awesome summary skill. If I ever do write a sequel to this, it would have to be after the third book comes out. I don't like being wrong, like how I say 9 is lumber but really 7 is. Yeah, I don't like to be wrong. It makes me upset. :'(
Knives Fall- How random people die. That's it. Trust me though, everything is way more interesting then it sounds. I think. Well, it gives you something to do if you're bored. And it has a cool title. Hehe... Finished.