Author has written 14 stories for Teen Titans, Avatar: Last Airbender, Sailor Moon, Halo, and Harry Potter.
I am Lady Fyria. You can call me Lady Fyria, Fyria or whatever suits your fancy.
You can send me a message or email any time you like as long as it's not spam or any other sort of ridiculousness even if you want to have a simple chat or a full out debate. Even the sentence "I like cheese" would be appreciated and quite amusing.
Beta reading: I'd prefer that you not ask me to Beta. If there is a story I enjoy and I know for certain that if I were to Beta it I could improve it (in grammatical means and catching errors) and the author asks in either her/his profile or in her/his author notes for a Beta, I will offer my services.
À PROPROS DE MOI (about me)
Young and in love is most likely the best way to describe my current state of being. I like to express my creativity in many different ways: writing, art (drawing, sculpturing) and the video game Minecraft. I like walks in the rain, chocolate!, my boyfriend, roller coasters, music, video games, Snapple raspberry ice tea, chai tea, Italian food, Disney World...well, like anyone else, that list could go on forever.
I do not fluently speak French yet but I've been taking classes.
MES HISTOIRES (my stories)
Insentient - I just simply don't have motivation to write this anymore, but I assure you it's on my mind every so often so I haven't forgotten it.
Strange Love - I've run out of drabble ideas so this is now updated when an idea strikes me. I came up with one the other day, but I forgot it before I was able to write it down! I hate when that happens...
Dear Stranger - I am positively amazed by the feedback this story has received.
The Cherry Blossom Tree - I sat down to write the conclusion chapter...then forgot why I sat down and got up.
As you can tell, I am very forgetful.
UN BREF RÉSUMÉ DE LA GRAMMAIRE! et erreurs communes (A brief summary of basic grammar and common errors).
I'm not perfect however!
I'm going to assume that you guys know what nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are at least. If you don't, you can either message me or Google it!
In order to have a complete sentence, it must have a SUBJECT and a VERB.
Present Tense: uses verbs such as is, am, are, and verbs usually ending in the letter S. Ex.: begins, runs, writes, says, finishes.
(En Français: Je parle. Je vais.)
Past Tense: uses verbs such as was, were, and verbs some verbs usually end in -ed but certainly not all. Ex.: began, ran, wrote, said, finished.
(En Français: J'ai parle. Je suis allée.)
Future Tense: uses the verb 'to go' followed by another verb. Ex.:
(En Français: Je vais parler. Je vais aller.)
Point of View
First Person: I, my, mine, we, us.
Third: She, her, he, him, his.
Differences between there, their, and they're!
There: used when referring to a place to replace the name of that place. Ex.: They went there. I put your book over there.
Their: possessive, followed usually by a noun. It's used when signaling that an object belongs to a plural subject (i.e. a group, team, class). Ex.: Their family trip was to Florida. It's their book.
They're: it is a contraction of the words they and are. This is easily set apart as long as you know what the words are when the apostrophe is not there. They're equals they are. If you replace they're with they are in a sentence and it still makes sense, then you are using it correctly. Ex.: They're going to Florida for their vacation. They're looking for their book.
Example Contractions (their subjects can differentiate)
I'm = I am.
They're = They are.
It's = It is.
Can't = can not/cannot.
Let's = Let us.
'Twas = It was.
He'll = He will.
Where'd = Where did/had/would.
I hope I covered the most common errors (these are the ones I can think of off the top of my head). If any one knows other errors I should list here or if there is something you'd like to have me explain, just let me know!
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