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Author has written 12 stories for Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Gone, and Maze Runner Trilogy.
Hello, fellow creepers of the internet. It seems to be you have stumbled upon my profile page. Well, seeing there's nothing I can do to stop you, feel free to creep about!
I have a forum called Finding Your Inner Tribute for the Hunger Games. We usually get into some pretty deep topics, but there's always some random junk in it. I would be sincerely happy if you would come check it out!
I won't tell you my real name, so just call me Caf, CinnaAndFinnickLiveInMyHeart. I love everyone who reads my stories. I may have a plethora of reviews on some of them, but I read every single one of them. I go through all of them about once every three months. They may be small, but I appreciate with all my heart your thoughts and concerns. I will diligently PM those who enjoy my company, advice, and sociopathic mind.
Hey! I'm a completely random and eclectic person, either you love me or not. My favorite book is Harry Potter by Joanne Rowling, I am completely obsessed with the Gone series by Michael Grant, I write a lot about The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and I've been infected with amor deleria nervosa for Delirium by Lauren Oliver. My favorite book without a series is The Thief of Always by Clive Barker. I write mostly humor, but my writings are slowly becoming more emotional and mushy-gushy.
If you didn't read above because you're lazy (like me) all you need to know is I hate Peeta Mellark and I think he should have chocked on the damn nightlock.
Magical Favorite Quote Time!
"Prince Zuko, pride is not the opposite of shame, but it’s source. True humility is the only antidote to shame." -Iroh
"Well, don't expect us to be too impressed. We just saw Finnick Odair in his underwear." -Boggs
"Hand me my pants." -Caine Soren
"More like someone took a fishing hook, right? Like they took that hook and stuck it in me like I was a worm. You know at the end of a fishhook there's this barb? So you can't pull it out without ripping a big hole in yourself? And then, maybe, here's what's weird, right: You almost want the fisherman to reel you in. It's like, okay, you have this barb in me, and it hurts, but I can't get it out, I'm stuck. So just reel me in. Just get it over with and say out of my dreams because they're all nightmares." -Lana Arwen Lazar
"It's not about who's got powers, morons. It's about who's not afraid. And who's going to do what has to be done." -Drake Merwin
"Let them go, Caine," Diana pleaded.
"I don't have fear. I am fear!" -Penny
"Intelligence without love is an empty thing." -Two-Toed Tom
"Sometimes you need to let things strike your heart and not your head." -Two-Toed Tom
"This is the secret of the stars. In the end, we are alone. No matter how close you seem, no one else can touch you." -Amy
"Julian will go to the gallows for us, and we will smile, a dream of victory- hazy-red, soon to come, a blood colored dawn." -Magdalena Haloway
"They can't hurt me. I'm not like the rest of you. There's no one left I love." -Johanna Mason
"After all to the well organized mind, death is but the next great adventure." -Albus Dumbledore
"If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals." -Sirius Black
These are the stories of mine I suggest:
Elevators: Hunger Games. Johanna/Finnick. Humerus adventures of them slowly turn into romance. Humor/hurt/comfort/tragedy/romance. I love this one to death, but sadly, not enough people know about the beauty of it. I wrote this quite some time ago, so some parts are a bit stupid and I'm not going to lie that there are barley any apostrophes in my simple words. Still great though. Last chapter is great, in my opinion.
This is probably the part where I'm supposed to copy and paste other people's junk onto my page, but instead, I'm going to put MY junk on it so you can get to my stories quicker.
(NOTE: EVERYTHING BELLOW IS BY ME. I WOULD BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO SEE IT ON YOUR PAGE, BUT PLEASE LEAVE MY NAME IN THERE, BECAUSE THESE ARE MY WORDS, NOT YOURS. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, I WILL THROW A RABID KITTEN AT YOUR FACE AND LET IT EAT YOU, IF IT'S MOUTH CAN FIT OVER YOUR HEAD.)
Notes From the Avid Reader (If your one too, paste this onto your profile)
1.) Nobody may borrow your books outside of the house. Terrible damage such as page folding, spine stretching, finger prints, and beverage spillage are the worst to come by, and you must protect your beloved books at all cost.
(So, I notice you're looking at my stories! Do you see that one? Down there? It has the title "Penny Alone". Yes, that one. Click on it.)
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