Author has written 9 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, NCIS, Harry Potter, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Maximum Ride.
Hello Everyone (or anyone who actually still cares about me, I'm guess that's a very select few of you considering I've updated nothing recently. Anyway, the reason for my absence can be blamed on:
and a project I've been working on called Jack's Guide to Swimming. It's going to be a collection of short stories about not giving up and about swimming through all the rough moments in life. When I'm done with it I play on posting it on my fictionpress page >>> Emilys-world-of-disbelief
For more info on this project and what it's based off of and what inspired me to write it, (or just wanna see some artsy smartsy stuff?) then you can check out my deviant art page at deviantart.com
By the way, for any reading trends check out Teen Reads Referee, though I haven't updated that page in forever either so :/
Age: Somewhere in the age range of 2 and 20 gajillion.
Birthday: The fourgleth of Kookoo :)
Pets: why would you care...
Location: My Mind... please leave a message after the beeeeep...
Favorite Books: Maximum Ride, Percy Jackson, Graceling, To Kill a Mockingbird, Robin Hood, Les Miserables, many more...
Favorite Musical Artist(s): All Time Low, Jack's Mannequin, Cobra Starship, Relient K, Framing Hanely
Least Favorite Musical Artist(s): If it's rap, or hip-hop, or crap that just decides to scream at you like they are bursting a lung, or anything completely and utterly sexist than I will instantly hate on it... Music's like candy, you throw out all the rappers... XD
Favorite Quotes: Simon from CoG: "Or maybe she's trying to take the attention off you, you know since your parents don't know you're gay and all" (most awkward quote ever)
My Father to my brother at the dinner table, "Son, could you not eat like a caveman! Use your fingers!"
"You can't have your milk and shake it too!"
"I see the world through backwards sunglasses"
"I love you. You just helpd us hack into a boy's porn collection."
"Basketball- basically you take this orange sphere and you put it in a basket so it's just like going to the produce store!" All four of those quotes were from various friends of mine... Make of them what you will... :)
I hate those forwards that tell you that you are going to die within the next 24 hours if you don't resend them -_-
Veteran's Day 11/11/11
God Bless all men and women currently serving or who have served in the past. Our country wouldn't be nearly as great if it wasn't for your sacrafices. Your actions will forever remain in our hearts.
My Grandpa was born in 1919. He fought in WWII. While he was flying, his plane was shot down, and he was captured making him a POW. He survived for I don't even know how long without descent food. Eventually he was freed and he ended up marrying his wife and had six amazing kids, and later had eight(This count is of recent, now up to nine), grandchildren. Two of which he never even got to meet. As he grew older, he began losing his memory to Alzheimer's. He would tell us stories of his childhood over and over again to a point where you would know the story word for word. He was always very cautious, telling you to hold onto the stair rail so you wouldn't fall and crack your head open. If you used a tissue, he'd tell you a story about a girl from his childhood who had a 'leaky pipe' in class. He would tell us that we were growing like beanstalks and soon we'd be taller than him (even if we already were). He'd always tell us to keep up the good work and to stay in school, even if he didn't know you. He was the only man I'd ever know to hand out toothpicks at a restaurant to people who were waiting to be seated. He was scared of dogs, but loved children. Every grandchild that he had would bring him joy. He could speak Polish to anyone, even though most of the time we had no idea what he was saying... sometimes I wondered if he even had any idea as to what he was saying. He died at the age of 90, although most who know him will know that he bragged that he had turned the big 1-0-0. He was the kind of man who even if he talked to you just for a moment, he would leave a smile on your face. He was the kind of man that more people should have been like. He lived through the Great Depression, poverty, the stress of six children, and he lived through WWII. He served our country so that it would remain free. He fought for all of his children and grandchildren, even though he didn't eve know about them at the time. He's a man I really wish I got to know more of before he got sick. He is the man who the whole world would weep for if they had known him. For those like me lucky enough to know him, consider yourself blessed. I'm proud of my grandpa and will forever miss him. Cherish every minute you can spend with your grandparents and if you're lucky enough, great-grandparents. You never know when you'll last see them.
I'm related to a former POW... I love and miss you Grandpa...
Without music the world would b flat. If you can read music, and understand the little joke in that, then you think like my music teacher. If not, then you think like me... and that's not necessarily a good thing...