Author has written 8 stories for Fairy Tales, Gakuen Alice, Hetalia - Axis Powers, Flowers for Algernon, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
Greetings and salutations to all!
This is the authoress Eurwen de Vrill, who suffers from erratic mood swings and identity crisis on a daily basis. I'm afraid I lack the willpower to attempt to change this aspect of myself, and it most certainly does not help that I am rather fond of these issues. It baffles the best of us why, but regardless of this little tidbit, I am very much so stable when it comes to writing. (Then again, I highly doubt you can take the word of one such as myself as credible.)
I am also prone to rambling, but I do try so hard to control it. Humiliation has never really appealed to me.
As for my likes and dislikes, I am an avid fan of genderbending, but only if it's done well. Just because the main character is now a female does not, by all means, make it acceptable to make said character a simpering mess of hormones and idiocy. First, it is highly offensive to all females around the world: we are not creatures so simple and lacking in intellect. Second, it defiles the original character. How rude is it, to suddenly transform a beloved hero such as Harry Potter or Naruto into a disgusting airhead? And lastly: no decent reader will enjoy stepping into a world where the characters are bashed for apparently no reason at all and the lead is despairingly shallow. The reason why I seek out genderbending is because it fascinates me how a character's life could have been so different had they been born of the other gender. Yes, I adore romance, but if it's not a fluffy one-shot, then it needs a plot.
Ah, bashing. I don't mind it when it's done well and within reason, but senseless bashing of canon characters just because the author dislikes them? Take Sakura from Naruto as an example. I've gone through countless stories where she is portrayed as an irritatingly shallow and clingy bitch (pardon my crude language). In some, it makes complete sense. In others... not so much. Please, keep the hatred to yourselves, dears.
Now, moving away from such touchy subjects: I love anime/manga - I blame my lovable best friend - such as Soul Eater, Naruto, Kuroko no Basket, Darker than Black, Gakuen Alice, Hetalia, and a plethora of others I can't remember off the top of my head. However, I scavenge for deeper meanings of bonds within these fun animations: with Hetalia, I ponder how the world can be so merciless and bloodthirsty, and use the nations to get the point across. Because really, sunshine and happiness isn't our world.
I am a lover of the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson series as well, just a heads-up.
Well... I suppose I've ranted for quite a while now. If you've bothered to read the mass of words up there, thank you for your time and patience: I hope to write much better fics for my readers in the future.
Speaking of which: my good friend Avasaya and I are currently in the process of writing a fabulous fem!Harry fic called Envy, Thy Name be Halinor. We'll be using our joint account, Eanda, and will hopefully an saga of epic proportions. It will include different cultures and histories of countries around the world, and our knowledge of mythology will be put to good use as well. We predict that it will be a long and tedious process, but nonetheless, we are beyond thrilled to start writing: we're on the planning stage, but it looks brilliant. For anyone interested in slightly dark fics with the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Heavenly Virtues, or just politics and power struggles in general (you know those types), this will most likely call your name. Until then...
My Spirit Wandering,
Eurwen de Vrill.
As an afterthought, please, feel free to refer to me as simply Eurwen.
Oh, and the lovely profile picture is not mine - it's another fabulous work of the artist Aoshiki. Her works are to die for.