Author has written 14 stories for Alice in Wonderland, 2010, Inuyasha, Harry Potter, Dr. Seuss series, and Despicable Me.
Profession: Undiscovered Professional Writer
Hobbies Include: Reading, Movies, Music, Friends, Table Tennis, Soccer, and Volleyball! (Omg, I'm so unique, right?)
Daily Duties Include: Taking care of my daughter, organizing personal areas of others, planning, and the occasional plotting (no, I'm not kidding.)
Gener Preferences Include: Drama, Humor, Suspense, and the occasional Thriller (not horror, thriller, there is a difference, believe it or not.)
I love meeting new people and talking to everyone, so nobody should be surprised if they should ever leave a review or respond to one of mine, that I write back. I'll give what little knowledge I have and share my thoughts freely, in exchange I expect (and am usually given) the same; be my teacher and, in return, I shall be yours. I have many motto's in life, all of which I find of equal importance because lacking even one might very well make me into an all together different person. I sometimes sound to pompous for my own good, I don't realize I sound like this, so it's best just to tell me of the fact so that I can stop (really, I don't mind being told this). It's very rare that I mean to get onto someone's nerves, as it's very rare that someone's able to get on my nerves.. But when it happens, anyone and everyone will be able to tell, because I'll strike at what I think the weak points are first... If your weakness is being hit below the belt, then you'd better go buy some steel-plated undies, buddy.
That being said, I feel it important to give everyone a clear warning... As a writer, the chances of anyone ever actually getting to know who I really am (including myself) are very slim. Much the same as everyone else who writes; because as we all know, we are character-development at it's highest form. Of course we're still ourselves, but sometimes you might notice we say or do something that we didn't say or do in the past. Of course, we have emotions, feelings, and everything else that makes us human; but we also have our own little world that would make absolutly no sense to you. We also have voices in our heads, one's that we take and write down on paper for dialog... We are, in essense, even madder then a mad hatter. On the other hand, though, writers will try to get to know you; who you are, how you think, and what your opinions might be are all very important for us; because if we are a character, then you can bet your bottom dollar that you are a character, too.
My favorite reading material is something that can really suck you into it and flip your world upside down; especially if it makes you think of things you've only pondered in passing. Though I'm mainly a hetero fan, if the story is written well enough, I'll enjoy a homosexual relationship as well (though for some reason, a lot of those are mainly smut reads here, haven't figured out why, though).
Should someone that doesn't speak/read English wishes to read my fiction then just drop me a line using your native language and I'll translate it over... Or you could do it yourselves using Google Translate. _
Do you want to know something interesting? Every time I set out to write a story I'm inspired to break it apart and create ten more off of it, because of this I'm normally working on six or so stories at a time even if I'm only publishing one.
"You've got potential" - Three words that people can say to someone. Three words that apply to everyone.
"Hate is a strong word" - Because it empowers the person you hate to dominate a portion of your mind.
"Spread the love" - Nobody thinks to add 'wisely'.
"Words are sharper then a knife" - They also leave deeper impressions.
"Think before you speak" - Better yet, think before you act.
"Speak your mind" - But only if you've got something on your mind to speak.
"Never give up" - Unless what your giving up is worth it.