Author has written 14 stories for Alice in Wonderland, Danny Phantom, Green Angel, Death Note, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Kuroshitsuji.
Hello and welcome to my page! Yes it has changed a bit, I just needed to clean up my profile a bit. Anyway, I am your typical fangirl with some serious caffiene addiction. I hope you enjoy my stories, I really apperciate feedback. I also do requests, but it will take me time to write them.
My disclaimer. I do nor will not own any character that I have written. It is simply for my sick and twisted pleasure. And the same for my profile picture. It belongs to whoever designed the Beyond the Limit pictures. Get a lonely guy cat if you want to sue me. or get laid, which ever comes first.
So I was on Writing(dot)com and I found this WRITERS code. It is helpful, and hopefully it will help you guys too.
W-Write: Write the story, the poem, the paper. Get your thoughts down. Tell the story. Communicate your ideas. It doesn't matter if you write a chapter and then do this or the entire manuscript
R- Revise:Go back over what you've written. Are your thoughts clear? Can you say it better? Did you want to expand a section/chapter/thought? Did you leave out something you need to include? Is there extra 'stuff' cluttering up what you want to say? Do you have run on sentences that go on forever and ever circling around and going nowhere and saying basically nothing at all which is possibly confusing and lets what you are saying get lost in the shuffle of verbosity? Was your mind racing along faster than your fingers can type and were le(t)ters left out? Have you written in complete sentences? Incomplete phrases? This is where you get to play with what you already have!
I-Innovate:Now you go back over it yet again. Do you always gravitate towards using the 'same-old-same-old' words? Without coming across as a thesaurus, can you use different words or try new ones? Are cliches cluttering up your writing? Innovate and find fresh new ways to express the thought!
T-Take the time: Save the file, close the notebook. Think about other things. Take care of the clothes overwhelming the hamper. Empty the sink and find your kitchen counters. Go for a walk with the kids, the dog or your spouse. Dust your living room and get the cobwebs out of your brain as well. Go for a run. Drive down a road you've never taken the time to explore. Go food shopping. Rejoin the living. Don't consciously think about what you've been writing. Subconsciously it will continue to simmer, but on the surface you need to switch tracks, and give your mind a rest and a treat!
E-Edit: Now it is time to go back and read from beginning to end, taking notes as you go. What works? What doesn't? What do you need? Or what do you not? Do you have the right words: Its or it's, your or you're? Does your pulse pound? Do tears threaten? What must you tighten up? What really needs more description? Are you too concise or not enough? Will your reader be able to smell the sickeningly sweet scent of the lilies perfuming the wake? Can they hear the sounds of the child using an entire roll of tape to wrap that special present? Can you feel the rough scrape of bark as the boy climbs high into the maple tree and smell the breeze wafting through the branches as he surveys his domain below? When the fisherman returns with his catch as the end of the day, when the tide is out and the sun sinks on the horizon, will the reader smell the lingering aroma of fish and drying seaweed? Will he taste the tang of the ever present salt, will his shoulders ache from the long day and his fingers still ooze from the slices of line and net? Yes? Great! No? Back to work!
R-Read Aloud: Read what you've written out loud. Doesn't matter if you have a convenient audience or if the only one to hear it is the sleeping cat on your lap. What is important here, is that how it works when you read it; how the words roll off your tongue. Do you stumble over the words? If so, so will your reader. Do you get lost in your sentence? Then so will they. Does it sound the way you want it to? Does it resonate? Do you lapse into a sing-song-y pattern? Does the alliteration work well? Do you find your expression giving life to your words or perhaps, do you giggle at that funny part you'd forgotten about? Reading your work out loud helps give you yet another mirror and lets you hear your vision. Can you see clearly in the hearing what you wanted your reader to read?
S-Spell Check: Why is it that folks forget this step? It is a tool to help you polish your writing. No, every spell check suggestion is not the correct one for you. But it is a tool that will allow you to catch a few more mistakes thus making your writing the best it is capable of being.
YOU KNOW YOU'RE A HETALIA FAN WHEN...
1. Everytime you hear your countries name you immediately think of Hetalia
2. You start listening to politics more often so you can have something to write/draw about
3. You've become so much more proud of your country.
4. You want to learn another language to represent your own or favourite country.
5. History is so much more interesting.
6. You know history better than most.
7. You cannot listen to anything about history without thinking about Hetalia.
8. You're pissed that Prussia isn't a real country anymore.
9. You snicker every single time that you hear about England being mad at a country.
10. ...or Spanish Inquisition.
11. Your History Teacher thinks something is wrong with you.
12. ...so does your Geography teacher.
13. You started to say daze, aru or eh after every sentence.
15. You cheer everytime someone says your countries name.
16. And when you find another fan of Hetalia from your country
17. You want to go to an APH anime convention just to show off your country.
18. You cheered extra loud during the Olympics.
19. Your friends think you have issues.
20. You seriously want to travel the world now.
On your page
if you are a
† Mello fan †
You're a 90's kid if:
You can finish this 'ice ice _'
You remember watching Doug, Ren & Stimpy, Pinky and the Brain, Bobby's World, Felix the cat, The Tick...AAAAAAAH Real Monsters!
You've ever ended a sentence with the word "PSYCHE!"
You just cant resist finishing this . . . "Iiiiiiin west philidelphia born and raised . . ."
You remember TGIF, Step by Step, Family Matters, Dinosaurs, and Boy Meets World.
You remember when it was actually worth getting up early on a Saturday to watch cartoons.
You got super excited when it was Oregon Trail day in computer class at school.
You remember reading "Goosebumps"
You took plastic cartoon lunch boxes to school.
You still get the urge to say "NOT" after (almost) every sentence . . . not
If you remember seeing hot tub bubbles make bubbly sounds before every music video on VH1.
when everything was settled by rock paper scissors..or bubble gum bubble gum in a dish...eeny meeny miney mo...and even better daddy had a donkey inky binky bonky.
You used to listen to the radio all day long just to record your FAVORITE song of ALL time.
"Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?" was both a game and a TV game show.
Captain Planet. He's a Hero.
You knew that Kimberly, the pink ranger, and Tommy, the green ranger, were meant to be together.
You remember when Super Nintendos and Sega Genisis became popular.
You always wanted to send in a tape to America's Funniest Home Videos . . . but never taped anything funny.
You remember watching Home Alone 1, 2 , and 3 . . . and tried to pull the pranks on "intruders"
You remember watching The Magic School Bus, Wishbone, and Reading Rainbow on PBS.
You remember when Yo-Yos were cool.
You remember those Where's Waldo books.
You remember eating Warheads.
You remember watching the 1st Batman, Aladdin, Ninja Turtles, and 3 Ninjas movies.
You remember Ring Pops.
You remember drinking Surge, and Tang.
If you remember when every thing was "da BOMB!"
When they made the new lunchables so that you could make pizza AND tacos.
You remember boom boxes vs. cd players.
Making those little paper cootie-catcher things, and then predicting your life with them.
You played and/or collected "Pogs"
You had at least one Tamagotchi, GigaPet, or Nano and brought it everywhere.
. . . Furbies
Saved By The Bell was the coolest show ever!
You haven't always had a computer, and it was cool to have the internet.
And Windows 95 was the best.
You watched the original cartoons of Rugrats, Power Rangers, and Ninja Turtles.
Michael Jordan was a king.
YIKES pencils and erasers were the stuff!
All your school supplies were "Lisa Frank" brand.
You remember when the new Beanie Babies and Talking Elmo were always sold out.
You collected those Beanie Babies.
Mortal Kombat was awesome--the game and the movie
Gak was the coolest stuff invented.
Lambchop's song never ended.
The old dollar bills.
Silver dollars, which were cool to have.
You remember a time before the WB.
You collected all the Troll dolls
You had to read Weekly Reader's in class.
If you even know what an original walkman is.
You remember wanting to sit on the orange Nickelodeon couch.
You've gotten creeped out by "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"
You know the Macarena by heart.
"Talk to the hand" . . . enough said
You always said, "Then why don't you marry it?!"
You remember trying to collect all 150 original pokemon cards but never could and if you did you thought you were all that!
You remember Highlight's magazine.
You went to McDonald's to play in the playplace.
You remember playing on merry go rounds at the playground.
Before the MySpace frenzy . . .
Before the Internet & text messaging . . .
Before Sidekicks & iPods . . .
Before MIKE JONES . . .
Before PlayStation2 or X-BOX . . .
Before Spongebob . . .
Back when you put off the 5 hours of homework you had every night.
When light up sneakers were cool.
When you rented VHS tapes, not DVDs.
When gas was 0.95 a gallon & Caller ID was The new thing.
When we recorded stuff on VCRs.
When we called the radio station to request songs to hear off of our walkmans.
When gameboy was a brick.
You did MASH to figure out your future
When you weren't cool unless you had a Starter jacket.
Before we realized all this would eventually disappear.
Who would have thought you'd miss the 90's so much!!
Post this in your profile if you remember these days . . . .
or if you smiled at one of these things
THANKS FOR VISITING!!