Author has written 6 stories for Card Captor Sakura, Harry Potter, and Inuyasha.
Just a senior who can't wait for the year to be over... and yet never wants to leave the craziness that is highschool and being a kid (although it does get annoying when you're mistakened for a middle-schooler)
Unlike many seniors, senioritis still hasn't crept upon me yet... perhaps it will after the AP exams?
Exactly where do I live/study? Look at my number one pet peeve below, if you're that curious.
Unfortunately, I am yet another wannabe novelist who has too low a self-esteem to embark on writing her own original work. Maybe if my dad just pushes me a little bit more then I can start writing a couple of chapters of my own book.
Paprika by Satoshi Kon
NANA the anime (a bit late on this one, I know)
Mastering charcoal as an art medium...
Pet Peeves (in order of the most annoying):
1. ) Plagiarists (like Kaavya Viswanathan... to think that she graduated from my school -sigh- although at least from a different academy--thank God!)
2.) Two-faced people
3.) Mary-sue fanfic writers
4.) Stupid authors who say "I want blah and blah number of reviews before I post up the next chapter!" -sigh- Review whores... there's always at least one too many in every fandom. I'm so glad I am out of that pre-pubescent phase.
5.) Cowardly flamers who take advantage of the anonymity of the internet to show how much of an idiot humans can be (I believe I've only been through one flame... that one just brought a smile to my face)
6.) People who wear clothing apparel from universities they didn't even get in to. Just go on ahead and advertise your number 1 university and come up with a lie for your friends when you get rejected! ex.: "Nah, I wasn't rejected... I just got deferred" Hahaha. Very funny, and I got into Harvard with an 1100 SAT and no extracurriculars.
Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife by Linda Berdoll
Darcy and Elizabeth: Nights at Pemberley also by Linda Berdoll
warning: a bit mature, 17 and up please, and don't read if you're a Jane Austen purist.
Favorite quotes from everyday life:
"Please pardon the interrupment"
"I love humping doggies! ... No wait, I didn't mean it that way!"