Author has written 10 stories for Vampire Knight, Gakuen Alice, Host, Mediator, and Perks of Being a Wallflower.
I haven't really written anything for a while now. Well, I have. But mostly, they're for personal consumption.
I love attending concerts! I've only attended local ones but it's been pure magic! I feel like I could just stand there under the colored lights forever while the band plays on. I will be watching Paramore's concert in February 2013 so EHHHH! (Update: I've been there and oh my stars; it was more than anything my mind could have ever thought to imagine! The lights! It felt as if I've danced forever and it one hundred percent euphoria! My God. Take me back.)
Current Playlist: *for when melancholy sneaks up on you and you just need to lie down for a while*
1. We Sink - Of Monsters and Men
2. The State of Dreaming - Marina and the Diamonds
3. Queen of Peace - Florence The Machine
4. Swan Song - Lana del Rey
5. Driver - Bastille
6. Honeymoon - Lana del Rey
7. It's Hard to Get Around the Wind - Alex Turner
8. Wait it Out - Imogen Heap
9. Medicine - Daughter
10. The Moon Song - Karen O. ft. Ezra Koenig
BOOKS I'VE READ
I adore every genre. The book that I hold most dear to my heart is Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. The writing style stirs nostalgia and I fell in love with it real quick. My favorite author is Neil Gaiman and I have almost all of his novels. They are so fascinating!
The Harry Potter series is beyond words. I could not do J.K. Rowling justice by inadequately describing what she wrote. Shamely, I have read the Deathly Hallows first before the first book =))) But better late than never.
I also love Meg Cabot and her Princess Diaries series, The Mediator series, Avalon High, Pants on Fire, Jinx, How To Be Popular. They're the first novels I've ever read so I feel close to the series she writes.
Merle's Door is a book about a dog written by Ted Kerasote which made me cry. It's a true story and his adventures were really tear-jerking. i've always hated it when animals die.
James Patterson's Witch and Wizard series really amuses me. But not amuses me makes-me-laugh-amuses. More like oh-dear-this-is-so-good-amuses. I've read parts of the Maximum Rider series and I've fallen in love with it too. Although I haven't gotten the complete set yet.
The Ruby Oliver series is one of my all-time faves. I still haven't got Book 4 but one day, it would be made available to my country. (Update: I now have it!! Totally worth the money!) The series is super funny and is realistic. Prom Queen Geeks is something I also enjoyed but it's more of a book that you'd read while waiting for something but it's really a treat. Books by Bob Ong make me feel proud because he is a Filipino and so am I. The one I enjoyed the most is his Kapitan Sino. I've recently bought Si and it's going to my faves list as well.
Across the Universe series is another series that you'd easily fall in love with. Right now, I'm waiting for Beth Revis to publish her third book which is entitled Shades of the Earth. It's a futuristic book which envisions what would happen if we were launched into space for Centauri-Earth, a planet not unlike Earth. It's sort of a mystery book too which you would enjoy if you like reading Sherlock Holmes and Nancy Drew books. (Update: I've now read the third book and it was good, I guess. I needed more though and I flipped faster through the book so it was over before I even knew it).
I love Sarah Dessen and her novels especially This Lullaby.
I've just read Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky. It was really good. And I've also watched the movie with my friends and again, it was so good.
I love poetry and Pablo Neruda is my favorite poet.