Author has written 14 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Homestuck, Les Misérables, Mass Effect, and OFF.
When I first started college to study music, all my advisors, deans, and teachers told me to drop out. I was too stubborn to listen, and stayed even when I could bear it no longer, even when I was driven out of my residence and my meal plans were refunded. An online test says that I write and speak English like an Afrikaner, though my family hails from napalm-shredded towns and cropfields inundated with Agent Orange. Sometimes I take those online diagnostics for mental illness that tell you that they're not a replacement for a good doctor, and I find myself checking off every single box before I close my web browser, too afraid of a reason for my sufferings.
I used to have a drive to create things, and these old fanfictions from my high school days are, perhaps, a testament to the fact that once I existed. I have loads of ideas, but the words come out dry and withered on the page, unoriginal and cliche, bogged down by a pain in my chest that cannot be lifted. The trope of the tragic artist is a lie--nothing beautiful comes from my psychoses, only tragedy for the ones left who still love me. All of my fan fictions are dead, so if you were hoping for a conclusion, I'm sorry.