Author has written 2 stories for Crash Bandicoot, and Hunchback of Notre Dame.
B-Day: February 19 1995
Blood Type: AB negative
Favorite Food: Chinese
Favorite Colors: Black, White, Red
Favorite Video Game: Crash Bandicoot
Favorite Characters: N. Tropy, Nina, Dr. Cortex
Favorite Movie: Hunchback of Notre Dame 1996
Favorite Character: Judge Claude Frollo
Favorite Band: Rush
Favorite Songs: Limelight, Vital Signs, Middletown Dreams
Hobby: Reading, Writing, Listening To Music, Video Games, Drawing, Studying History, Singing
Personality: ... a very strange European-American... strange is all I can say...
Dream: To become an archaeologist
Favorite Historical Characters: Leonardo Da Vinci, Gallileio Gallilei, Hitler (I don't like what he did, it's just that the man was a genius), Mussolini (same for this guy), Ieyasu Tokugawa, Rihaku, Confucius... the list goes on and on...
Favorite Events In History:
When it comes to American history, I would have to say the Boston Tea Party. I was abosolutely fascinated by the way the Free Masons held their meeting in the midst of the British soldiers, carrying out their plan, and actually succeeding. Many people call it a violent act, but I find it quite humorous. Just the thought of dumping all of that tea in the bay to say "no" to unfair taxes was astonishing!
My Second favourite part of American history is definately The Battle of 1812. I'm a Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry fangirl. He stood on the deck of a flaming battleship in the middle of Lake Erie, and when all hope seemed lost, he rallied his sailors with the battle cry: "DONT GIVE UP THE SHIP!" Even though he lost the ship, he's still awesome in my opinion~
Now, when it comes to the history of Japan, I would have to say the opening of the Tokugawa Shogunate, and the beginning of the Edo era in 1603. Three years before in 1600, Ieyasu Tokugawa defeated Mitsunari Ishida in the battle of Sekigahara. That was the end of the long feudal era in Japan that had begun in 1192, which was also the beginning of the Kamakura Shogunate, opened by Yoritomo Minamoto. Anyway, after Tokugawa opened his Shogunate in Edo, which is now Tokyo, Japan fell into a couple hundred years of peace.
The second best event in Japanese history, I think, was in 1853, when Commodore Perry (Commodore Matthew Perry) forced Japan to open itself to the world. (In other words, Japan had isolated itself from the rest of the world to prevent Christianity from spredding in their country. I guess they were happy with Budhism. But, they did do trading with Holland.) From that point on, Japan had become more and more in touch with what was going on in the world. And here they are today: almost the same enviornment as any other modern country. But what kills me is, they haven't forgotten who they really are. Their culture still lives strong, which amazes me after all the change they took since 1853.
In world history, I would have to say WWII. I don't know why it's so fascinating to me. Maybe because I'm mostly Italian with a little bit of German and my stepfamily is Japanese. Huh... go figure. I admire Hitler and Mussolini for their leadership skills and for the fact that they were pure geniuses. It always seems to inspire me in some way when I watch "Mein Kampf".
In the history of Europe... the Black Plague, hands down. It's self explanitory.
Okay... if I keep going on about this, I could be typing for hours, so if anyone wants to know anything, just drop me a note. :)
Favorite Time Period: Japan= Edo, The World= Middle & Dark Ages and the Renaissance
Favorite Quote: "Even though I may have denied it, the earth is moving." By- Gallileio
Favorite Quote I Made Up: "Time and fate are one. Mine is with you for eternity."
Tips For Other Authors
1. Don't start typing/writing out of the blue. Always have a thought in mind of what you want to do with your story. I've done that a few times, trust me, it goes absolutely nowhere.
2. Plan how your story is going to end before you begin. It'll help you weave your way out of writer's block and build up to how the ending will take place.
3. If you're going to base a part of your story off of a historical event, make sure you have researched that event well enough so that nobody can say, "This never happened!".
4. Make sure that all of your characters are original. (When writing your own book, not a fan-fiction, that is.) We don't need two Harry Potters!
5. NEVER use words like lol, lmao, btw... the list goes on. They're NOT words.
6. Place yourself in the character's shoes. Try to think like them. When you're doing your own book, try to connect to your characters in any way possible.
7. Most importantly, have fun writing!
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