Author has written 5 stories for Kim Possible, Harry Potter, Yu Yu Hakusho, and American Dragon: Jake Long.
Well... Yes... In an attempt to describe myself I'll try to explain my own personality (which for some reason seems easier than actually writing a description of myself.) I don't care about religion and sexuality. I'm an atheist and absolutely, entirely confused about my own sexuality - so I know I have no right to judge on anyone else's life. I try to put myself into other people's shoes. In lay-man's terms, I am perhaps over-sympathetic, but not without cause.
I do not like unfair judgement. If there is one thing which is assured to make me see red it is unfairness. I find it... morally wrong. That's another thing about me, I let my morals sculpt my actions. When choosing between what I want and what I think is morally right I will always go with the moral decision. I may regret it or even hate myself for it later, but I always find something positive about it. I'm not a strict person. At least, I don't think I am. Strict, I figure, is an ambiguous term - like beauty. In the eye of the beholder. No one can really define the limits of strictness.
I'm a dreamer, but a realist. I like to think I'll make my dreams come true and I often pump myself up, but with lies, for I know not everyone in this world can succeed. I think you'd call my optimistically pessimistic. I see the bright-side of the dark-side. A gift some people would call it, always being happy. I find it a wonderful thing that the human race has not evolved into telepathy, otherwise everyone would see the real me and know what I am truly thinking.
I'm a violent person, truly. I see violence everywhere. I'm tempted by it all the time. However, I return to my morals. You see, my morals determine me. Should I ever snap... well, let's just hope you do not know me personally. Inside, I'm very dark. Extremely so. It's a good thing I'm the only one in my brain lest anyone else perish seeing my thoughts. I think I'm a psychopath, but my friend, studying to be a psychologist, assures me that I'm perfectly normal. A good thing she hasn't got her degree yet.
I have a wonderful sense of humour. Very light, fluffy. Yes, you are seeing it, aren't you? I'm a bundle of fun contradictions. Should anyone ever figure me out I think I shall fall in love with them, there and then.
On the subject of love, I think I have only felt the particular falling sensation once in my life. I was on a plane to Indonesia. It was there I fell in love with a stranger. I never knew their name. I never heard their voice. I only looked and saw and perceived and assumed. And I fell for what I imagined them to be. Ahhh, a romantic at heart, I suppose. That's another thing about me - I can create many assumptions. Most correct, though some completely off on a different tangent.
EDIT: FTW, I've done it again. Saw a guy. Our eyes met. Fell for him. Then we just walked away. *Sigh*. What's wrong with me?
Feel free to PM me about anything. I'll likely have an opinion and I do ever so much enjoy a good discussion.
-~~~~-Unless, you're not game enough to?
-~~~~-Oh, come on, I'm very open.
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And guys. May I ask you a polite question? Would it hurt you to at least leave a review? Honestly, I've had many people read my story, but very few reviews, a little respect and manners would be nice. :D
Oh, yeah - I'm also in love with the Farseer Trilogies. If you didn't like the ending - like I did not - then you wouldn't write fanfiction too, but Hobb doesn't like that. If you want to read something which doesn't precisely end the story I'm willing to share with you this link:
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