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Name: Rochelle Anonymous Unknown Alan Smithee
Born: July 22
I'm the youngest child of three children in a family of five. My brother Morgan is the oldest. My sister Katrina is the middle child. I love reading and writing. I love stories. I got interested in Fanfiction a few years ago when I was seventeen. I have been tested and diagnosed as ADHD of the inattentive type.
Right now all of you have been asking me 'when are you going to finish or continue _ story?' Simply put, I won't work on any of my other stories until I finish one of them. Right now my sole focus is I Know What You Are. IKWYA is a stand alone story. There will be no sequel to it so I find it easier to work on. Technically I finished Run Seras run, but the problem is my end chapter got deleted and it blew out my steam. So I will get to that later. Do not worry, I will get to them eventually.
I remember for Christmas when I was three going through this little mom and pop shop grocery store on ninth street with my mom. We were in an aisle filled with toys. I pointed to what I wanted. The thing I wanted most was, and the thing I begged my mom for, 'A Christmas Carol. A Pop-Up Christmas Classic.' It was illustrated by John Patience. It was a tiny little cardboard book that was little bigger that my moms hand and it only cost about four dollars. To this day I still have that pop-up book and it's only slightly ruffled around the binding. It rests on a shelf by itself away from other books with other valuables. I loved it that much that it's been seventeen years in my possession.
You can't get that kind of emotion with a stupid Kindle. Never underestimate how loved a book can be.
I am a fan of Christopher Paulinis Inheritance cycle Eragon.
I love Terry Pratchetts Discworld; My favorites are Soul Music, Morte, Thief Of Time and The Hogfather.
The Chronicles Of Narnia is something my grandmother gave me when I was twelve. They were something she had bought when my father was eight and he was born 1960. I have read all seven books and I still own them.
I'm a Brian Bendis Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man nerd and I have hardbacks 1-11.
My favorite childhood books are Ella Enchanted, The Witch Of Blackbird Pond, and Holes.
Favorite books I shouldn't have but secretly read anyways when I was nine, ten, eleven and twelve. Don't be scandalized. Let's face it, we all did this: Pet Semetery Stephen King, The Eyes Of The Dragon Stephen King, Firestarter Stephen King, Cujo Stephen King, Sleeping Beauty Judith Micheal,
Favorite books I read during high school and still love today: Enders Game, Little Brother, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian, Wondrous Strange, Unwind, Alt Ed
Im a Sherlock Holmes nut and I own the complete series. I also like Christine Agatha but not nearly as much.
I love the TV shows: Eureka, Lie To Me, NCIS, White Collar, Warehouse 13, Psych, Burn Notice, Doctor Who, The Finder, Supernatural, Alphas, Merlin, Sherlock (2010 TV series), House, Monk
Favorite Miniseries/made-for-tv-movie: Tin Man, Snow White: Fairest Of Them All, The Color Of Magic, The Hogfather, Going Postal, Alice,
I am a fan of Abridge Series like: Hellsing Ultimate Abridged, Sailor Moon Abridged, Yugioh Abridged, Lupin The III TAS by Kaisernecko, Dragonball Z TFS, Death Note Abridged by Team Dattebayo
I love Doug Walkers work as the Nostalgia Critic.
I like 'Kid' movies' and I am twenty years old. Deal with it: Peter Pan (2003), Hook, Tuck Everlasting, Alice In Wonderland (2010), A Series Of Unfortunate Events, Annie (1999), Ever After, Matilda, Goonies, Homeward Bound, Wallace And Gromit, Courage The Cowardly Dog
Favorite Action movies: Boondocks Saints, V For Vendetta, After Earth, I Am Legend, Argo, True Grit, Iron Man (1 & 2)
Favorite mystery movie: Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr), The Illusionist
Favorite thriller/horror: When A Stranger Calls, Flightplan, The Village, Sixth Sense, Law Abiding Citizen, An American Haunting
Favorite Scifi movie: Push, Jumper, Interview With A Vampire, Pitch Black, Cronicles Of Riddick
Favorite Comedy Movies: Madea (all of them), Good Morning Vietnam, The Hangover (I & III. Not a big fan of the third but it was ok.), Real Genious, Accepted, Bucket List, Zombieland
Favorite Parody Movies: Vampires Suck, Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The Thirteenth, The Villan, Monty Python And The Holy Grail
Favorite tragedy/social issue movies: My Sisters Keeper, Dead Poets Society, It's Kind Of A Funny Story, Wristcutters: A Love Story, Kids In America, The Pursuit of Happyness. Seven Pounds, Lady Jane, Girl Interrupted, 28 Days
Favorite Happy Movies: Penelope, The Princess Bride, Smoke Signals, But I'm A Cheerleader, Uptown Girls, Music And Lyrics
Favorite Whimsical movies: Labyrinth, Finding Neverland, Secondhand Lions, Big Fish, The Wizard Of Oz, The Lovely Bones
I own all the Hayo Miyazaki movies except for Totoro, Porco Roscoe and Ponyo. I love them very much. My favorite is Spirited Away.
I love Avatar The Last Airbender (The TV series, not that live action M. Night Shyamalan abomination we were all so psyched at first to see and then horrified to witness.)
Soldier: Sir, We're surrounded!
Heyes: The only thing that you have to earn in life is love. Everything else you can steal.
He's doing fine, although peanut butter is a strange battle cry.
The wheel is turning but the hamsters dead.
The man who smiles when things go wrong has thought of someone to blame it on.
After twelve years of therapy my psychiatrist said something that brought tears to my eyes. "No hablo ingles."
Okay, this is stupid, childish and dangerous… We start on 3.
Raising kids is part joy and part guerrilla warfare.
So if we lie to the government it's a felony. If they lie to us, it's politics.
I'm a dishonest liar. I always dishonestly tell the truth about my lies. Honestly.
They're coming. You know they are. It's just a matter of time before a shambling, groaning, and questionably-dressed group of mindless ex-humans hound your every step. But once the political campaigners have left, the zombies will follow soon after!
A British newspaper asked for readers to answer the question "What it means to be British." One response was: "Being British is about driving in a German car to an Irish pub for a Belgian beer, then traveling home, grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese TV; and the most British thing of all? Suspicion of anything foreign."
When life gives you lemons, make grape juice, then sit back and let the world wonder how you did it.
A newscaster is a person who says "Good evening" and then tells you why it's not.
If you're the only one keeping your head while everyone else is loosing theirs, then you are probably the one with the axe.
Lottery: a tax on people who don’t understand statistics.
Make a man a fire, keep him warm for a day. Set a man on fire, keep him warm for life.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, if well aimed.
I am a lover of the Gestalt prayer. It's about emotional independence and how you cannot have expectations of a person to please you.
I do my thing and you do your thing.
Infantile love follows the principle: "I love because I am loved."
Ladies and Gentlemen, Hobos and Tramps, cross-eyed mosquitoes and bow-legged ants,
I stand before you, to sit behind you, to tell you a story I know nothing about.
Early one morning, in the middle of the night, two dead boys got up to fight.
back to back, they faced each other, pulled out their swords and shot each other.
A deaf policeman heard the noise, and came and killed the two dead boys.
If you don't believe this lie is true, Ask the blind man. She saw it, too.
PAY ATTENTION! READ MY WARNINGS!
WARNING - BEFORE YOU READ MY WORK:
I don't really consider my stories to be 'too violent' or 'too explicit' but that's an opinion. The fact is that a majority of my stories are rated 'M' for safeties sake.
My stories usually have some violencein them ranging fromfighting to murder. There may be some sexual references BUT rarely. There may be themesthoughts of suicidewith the characters. There is usually foulcoarse language.
My stories are not overly dark but they are not for the faint of heart or anyone under the age sixteen. This is my warning to you all. I am a big believer in freedom of press but I am an even bigger believe in protecting the innocent.