Author has written 9 stories for Maximum Ride, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Arrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
There is my life moto. PM if you want to know more. No flamers though. Thanks.
About my Fanfictions:
I write parody one-shots, mostly. But I've written two full-length stories. And I am in practically every fandom with a major following.
I am a shameless square.
I love tea.
And pretty dresses.
And classical music.
And pretty much all music, except rap and country.
Fleetwood Mac is my jam.
Musicals are my life-blood.
I love oatmeal cookies.
The Muppets soundtracks are the bomb-diggity.
I will rarely use modern slang in it's correct form because I am far from trendy.
But I have nothing against trendy people.
I guess swag is okay.
I've seen almost every Marvel movie in existance, and several DC movies, too.
I like Marvel, better though.
I watch documenteries.
I can't spell.
I watched a documentery on the evolution of superheros, and it gave away they ending of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, so I knew that was going to happen before the movie was even released.
It broke my heart.
I collect antique/ vintage technology. Like old cameras and radios.
Harry Potter is my love.
Isn't Matt Lewis such a hunk these days?
But so is Tom Felton.
And every other actor from those films, sans Dudley. I will never view him as anything but the little pig from the first book.
Beyonce is pretty good.
Tina Fey is my role model.
I like reading comedians' books on their life.
I also love classical lit.
Taylor Swift's new song "Shake it Off" is real good.
But Dvorak's New World Symphony is better.
And anything by Claude Debussy beats all.
Pemberly Digital is the best thing on Youtube.
Other than Piano Cat.
And Jimmy Fallon's Oscar-winners make movies out of popular Youtube videos.
I've lived a life relatively free of change. It was really nice for a while, but then my senior year of high-school hit and I realised life hurts. A lot. The summer before a friend I'd known since childhood died, I realised I should have been preparing for college the year before, and learned that I was stunningly mediocre.
But life's not all gloom and doom. I realised that at least, while my friends had been stressing over tests and admissions deadlines, I had been enjoying my life and taking advantage of my high school years to actually live my life. I spent my free time serving my community and hanging out with friends in their dwindling amounts of free time. I am now stressing about tests and admissions deadlines, but still continuing to use my time in a way that makes me happy and actually enjoy what I am presently doing. So, at least I have that.
Viva la internet