Author has written 11 stories for Naruto.
Inspirations: EVERYTHING IS KURT VONNEGUT
Books: Bloomability, Jacob Have I Loved, Tuesdays With Morrie, Cat's Cradle
Feb 12, 2012
In all truth I'm in no mood to explain what I'm up to; all I can really say is that
1) Bullwinkle's Lady is gone and I am sad as sad can be.
2) Whitney Houston has died and that probably makes me sadder than
Writing skill has gone BELOW 9000 and honestly I don't even know why I came back here.
May 21, 2012
The Fork In the Road = The Fail in the Road haha. Omg I just made a really shitty pun. Anyways yeah I wrote that with no plot in my mind and it is better to just pretend IT NEVER HAPPENED.
SNHR = my most precious fic. Unfortunately it was also a fail but when I have a great deal of time I will rewrite it. Possibly this summer.
Kawari = Don't even remember what this was about, to be honest. We'll see.
On Her Beat = I actually have the chapter written out but I have no conviction/whatever the word is that's used to describe WILLPOWER THAT'S IT anyways yeah I have none of that and I cannot be bothered to edit it and I already forgot what the storyline was anyways so yeah.
In other news I read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon in around 7 hours, but broken hours (by broken I mean the time was interspersed with me watching Minecraft Videos and eating delicious foods and watching clips of Lord of the Rings and watching all the MinatoxKushina eps from Shippuden) and I cried so many times reading the book. Words can't describe how I feel reading it and even the cover just makes me ASLDGKHDFLKJDS. I read the book because I just ordered like 50 books from Amazon and the first shipment came today. I think I also got a book called 1984 by someone I don't know, Paper Towns by John Green, and The Kite Runner. I don't know what 1984 is about (I think it's about war), I DO know what The Kite Runner is about and I DO know what Paper Towns is about. Since the Mark Haddon book made me cry so much though, I'm gonna read Paper Towns before the Kite Runner and 1984 last because I have a very love-hate relationship with books about war. In that I love them and they make me a better writer but they make me cry like no tomorrow. I HAVE ALL THE FEELINGS.
Also I'm beginning to realize my writing style was devolved into that a pseudo-hipster/Christopher Boone style. If I continue on this path I might be the next Bill Bissett (let's hope fucking not).
I am 15 and in full IB. I live in Canada but I was born in America so I still say 'zee'and not 'zed' and I do not say eh after my questions. I tend to overreact and I love authors who respond to reviews. I also like to have drinks where there's more ice than drink and I like to write very, VERY late at night. I like to game and occasionally call myself a gamer girl although I suck and am probably only fit to play something like Pokemon and/Farmville. (ducks head in shame) I also procrastinate and sporadically update.
THINGS I DO NOT LIKE
1. Sarah Palin
2. Bill Bissett (or bill bissett if you wanna be a hipster)
3. Laggy laptops
4. Spiders (ugh even the word bothers me)
5. The smell of lavender
7. The number four
8. Kristen Stewart
9. When people dog ear my precious paperback books
10. My writing style, pre-late 2011.
On Her Beat
Girls uniform -
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For all known Furuba readers/watchers, this is the uniform from the manga and anime series Fruits Basket. It all belongs to Natsuki Takaya.