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Author has written 3 stories for Sisters Grimm, and League of Legends.
I lied. I'm probably gonna do another Sister's Grimm story. The characters are just so easy to work with. Especially Puck. Aside from the fact that he'd be a pretty cool (and extremely irritating) fairy to have in real life, he's a wonder to work with when writing. Moment getting too tense? Throw Puck in. Too serious? Throw Puck in. Sabrina about to die? Guess what, throw Puck in. Too much Puckabrina? No, this time you throw Henry in.
Other than that, Puck is a pretty good solution to most scenarios that end up in writer's block. If only every story had someone like him. Also, he's a main character (or at least the much loved love interest of the main character) so nobody can yell at you for writing him in every two lines.
Gender: C'mon. How many guys do you know read The Sisters Grimm? (Of course, I've seen guys read Twilight, so maybe I shouldn't be talking.)
Words of Wisdom
Books I like:
Books with Songs in Them: (Yes, I know it's random.)
Others that don't seem to fit anywhere:
What kind of music I like really is a day-to-day thing for me... I like MSI, Tokio Hotel, and MBLAQ the most at the moment.
There's a lot of profiles out there that have a part about ridiculous product warning labels. I thought those were pretty funny- the first fifty times I saw them. So I decided to look for my own.
In the instruction manual of a Razor Scooter- Warning: Scooters can, and are intended to move. (...Are they good for anything else?)
On a carton of Pearl Coffee Soy Milk- Not for use as an infant formula. By age 2, they'll be buying frappuccinos at Starbucks.
In the "Precautions" section of an earbud manual- During dry weather, you may experience mild pain in your ears. This is not by malfunction of the headphones, but is due to static electricity accumulated in your body. It is reduced by wearing clothes made of natural materials that do not generate static electricity. Okay... am I the only one wondering what kind of "malfunction of the headphones" would cause your ears to hurt?