Author has written 3 stories for Naruto, and Silent Hill.
Fun Fact's about me
My real name: Mikhail and some other Russian
Sports that I play: Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, and Football
Sports and events that I follow: Baseball, Football, FIFA world cup, and the Olympics
Languages that I'm learning at a hopeless rate: Latin, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, and a little bit of German
Languages that I'm hoping to learn one day: Yiddish, Arabic, Swahili, French, Greek, German, etc... (I'm not even going to attempt to learn Japanese or Chinese)
I live in America. I'm male. I'm still in high school. I'll add onto this later.
I love politics and I usually try to make my stories revolve around it. If I am to put myself on any political spectrum I would probably end up as a moderate. But don't take my political stance as a sign of evil, because bashing other peoples beliefs is something I'd never do. Mostly because I've had the amazing experience of being ridiculed for just my beliefs. So to be fair I try to write arguments on both sides in my stories, so as to not be biased.
Anime and Games
Anime/manga that I love- Full Metal Alchemist, Naruto, Death Note, Eden of the East, bleach
Monthly Book Review
This is something I'm going to do every month because it'll help me stay focused on fanfiction. So I'll be reading a book I've never read before and I'll post the review of that book on my profile.
The Disaster Artist
by Greg Sestero
The Room is often one of Hollywood's biggest mysteries over how bad it truly is. Having been written, directed, and starred by Tommy Wiseau who filmed and produced it with a six million dollar budget. Greg Sestero who is Tommy's best friend shines a light onto how everything came to be. This auto-biography follows Greg Sestero and his life long goal of becoming an actor. The book is full of laugh out loud scenes, exceptional detail, touching moments, and many themes that will make the reader read it from the beginning till the end. Now I got into this book because of how much of a fan I am of The Room (Even though I've never watched the movie) and how much people slam the tag worst movie ever made onto it. The book has two stories to it, one of which is about Sestero's childhood and his adventures with Tommy Wiseau, and the other story is about them both making The Room. Both of these stories alternate every other chapter. Hell, I'll admit that both stories are interesting enough that the reader will digest every word on every line. The themes of this book are heartwarming and they will keep the reader thinking afterwards. The most striking theme of the book is that you shouldn't give up on your dream even if the whole world is against you. A great example of this is Wiseau's dream of making the greatest movie on Earth. And this book I assure you will prove that he did just that.
Harry Hole series by Jo Nesbo
House of Cards
To Kill a Mockingbird
Wheel of Time series
Brave New World
A Clock Work Orange
The Call of Cthulhu- this is close enough to a book.
A Song of Ice and Fire series
Silence of the Lambs
The red Dragon
Jurassic Park- Book is way better than movie. Truly is. The movie wasn't scary like the book, there were huge loop holes of plots left out.
The Last Exorcist
Dunk and Egg
The Bourne Identity
The God Father
The Family Corleone- Not the best God Father book but the author did a good job even though he isn't even close to Mario Puzo's level of writing.
The Once and Future King- A good adaptation of King Arthur.
Stephen King Universe- all the books are actually connected to one another one way or the other. Think I'm lying read his books.
Ace of Spies
Eragon- the only book in the inheritance Cycle that I've finished. Don't mention Eldest. I've attempted that book numerous times and I can barely get past the training part where Eragon keeps trying make a 3000 year old elf fall for him.
A Game of Thrones
Riley Ace of Spies
Its always Sunny in Philadelphia
American Horror Story
A Fox's Love
Chapter 4 finished
chapter 5 is 50% complete happy holidays
The setting is completely different from Nothing is Good Especially at Heart. This story is in my personal opinion a much better story. It mostly about War, Genocide, Love, Politics, the Press, and whatever else ends up as a theme. The setting takes place during the 19th century or the 1800's.
-this is for the painting mentioned in chapter 2. Really describing paintings is much harder than just witnessing it or seeing it.
-I did research on the type of guns used during the 1800's.
Nothing Is Good Especially at Heart
Pretty much I read a lot of books and manga that have timelines. And Kishimoto only explains one hundred years of Naruto history in his work. The technology (Tv's, cameras, expensive goods) in the manga, are messed up with Feudal Japanese technology that he use's in his writing. Pretty much a daimyo is a Japanese feudal lord. Where a shogun is a military commander/king. So if your wondering why daimyo's aren't in charge in my story it's just that I want to keep things by the book in this story. And that book is pretty much a history textbook.
that is the cover picture link. Not exactly going to be the only world map I'll use, but I'm planning on making a different ones for this story.
Plus I hope to make this a great story I'll post some pictures a little later after I'm done with chapter two. Read and give me some feedback :)