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Greetings, wanderer! You've just had the [mis]fortune of running across this page, which is tucked into the shadows of a dusty little corner somewhere in the dumphouse we call the universe. I am the Omniscient Non-Human Being Who, Sadly, Is Not Really Omniscient And Is Sadly Also Human. My mortal enemy is named AP World History, though I'm beginning to question the usage of the word "mortal" there. I keep killing the homework by doing it but it just keeps on coming back.
In other words, this is me in a nutshell. A bored, lonely, and somewhat sleepy girl on the opposite side of the planet from wherever you are, who has adopted the art of run-on sentences. (I'm hoping I can make it a major soon. Anyone wanna petition with me?)
In all seriousness though, hello there. If you're reading this, congratulations. I now hold utmost respect and admiration for you for having lasted this long. So you'll soon seen that I'm a) not very active and b) not a great writer. I'm rather fond of one-shots of picturesque scenes and moments gathered together in a montage of tears and fire, but I'm guessing that's only from my perspective. Either way, I tend to be a more heartfelt writer.
I write for myself. I write for the beauty of the language and exploring the emotions we experience as we empathise with characters we have met for seconds, or have known for years. Some characters and some stories just stay with me. I wish I had a mind palace, but I suppose a Skype programmed into my head works just as well. When I'm feeling lonely, which is often, I conjure someone up to talk to me. And no, I'm not schizophrenic. I only happen to live in a mental ward.
(Okay, seriously. I'm a normal human being. I think.)
I write for fandoms and stories that have touched my heart. That have made me cry, over and over again, tears of ice that glaciate and never melt. When hell freezes over I suppose those tears would just burn fiercer. There haven't been many of them. But there are certainly moments, characters, endings, consequences, that I've gotten quite attached to, over the years. So I wrote some of them down. Some of them. Either way, I hope you read some of them, and leave me with your own thoughts. Sometimes I can be very melodramatic. (Couldn't you tell from the first paragraph?) Sometimes I can be very moody. One story will be ultra depressing and the next be happy. Leave with your own interpretations and your own endings. I'm only here to act as a translator. It's how I see it.
I've mentioned this already, but be sure to keep this in mind as you read on: I write for myself. Nobody else. I ink down my own thoughts and nobody else's.
Congratulations, wanderer. You are now a traveller with a destination to look forwards to. I hope to see you on the other side.