Author has written 27 stories for Harry Potter, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Um, hi. First of, thanks for visiting my profile. You probably have more important things to do, and I'm honored that you decided to use some of your precious time here.
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"I, BookWorm77071, have challenged myself! I am proud to be a member of the HPFC Forum."
Hi! My name is Lior Zoë. I am the oldest of five. I have three younger brothers and one younger sister. My family moved to Israel about three years ago, but I was raised in America and I will move back when I turn twenty. I hope to write and help victims of abuse and maybe act when I grow up. I turned fifteen this June. I have shoulder length brown hair, which I recently donated, olive skin, and brown eyes, which I don't like because they aren't light brown, but aren't black either. They're just in the middle. My father is Moroccan and my mother is Austrian-Lithuanian, so sometimes I identify as brown and sometimes white.
I moved around a lot, which is why I have a neutral American accent, which I am told has a Southern twang to it sometimes. I am fluent in Hebrew and in English (English is far easier, though) and I hope to learn French, Spanish, German, Italian, and American Sign Language. A girl can dream, right?
I do believe in God. I am also pro-gay rights. I am pro-choice. I think rape is wrong and in no occasion what so ever acceptable. I am a feminist and it bothers me to think that people have to sexuality breast cancer--a serious, life-threatening disease--in order to raise awareness. (You know, those "Save the Boobies" things?) I don't like when people misuse the spelling of things. I don't like when people act like I can't possibly know anything because of my age. I don't like when people act like they are somehow better than I am for things like my gender or my accent.
My oldest brother, who is now ten, has always had something called Sotos Syndrome, which is a developmentally delaying syndrome similar to Aspbergers. In September of 2014, he was diagnosed with Leukemia. The experience has not been an easy one, but if you or a loved one grows ill, feel free to shoot me a PM to vent! I'll definitely be here to listen!
Update: As of January 2015, my beautiful brother is doing so much better! He's supposed to go back to school by February :)
Also, I have a Tumblr now! Here's the link: www.lilyevenspotter.tumblr.com