Author has written 13 stories for Inheritance Cycle, Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, Giver, Nightmare Before Christmas, Thor, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Lunar Chronicles.
I've written 2 stories for Inheritance, a one-shot and a kind of epilogue for the last book circling mainly around Nas/Mur because I FREAKING LOVE THEM AND NO MATTER WHAT ANY OF YOU SAY I WILL NEVER STOP!!!!
Anyway, moving on from my spazzy ginger moment, here's a few of my favorite things:
Everything written by Rick Riordan. Except the ending to the Son of Neptune. WHY MUST YOU MAKE ME WAIT FOR THE NEXT BOOK RIORDAN???? WHY??????
Okay...I lied. I loved that part too, just because he wrote it :D
The song Be a Man from Mulan...I just love the irony in it, no matter how stupid it is!
My hair, it's GINGER.
My animals, two basset hounds and two kitties. My tubby kitty Shadow is actually staring at me as I write this...O_O
FanFiction, which I discovered and read for hours everyday before I finally decided I should write something of my own.
Rainy, gloomy days that are perfect for curling up in bed and reading for hours.
Here's a few of my least favorite things:
Everything Twilight/vampire romance. I am sorry if you like it, but I DO NOT. And much like my stance on Nas/Mur, nothing you say/do will change that.
The fact that the guy I like has no idea...and I don't know what to do about it.
The ending to Inheritance. Really Paolini? Are all powerful women incapable of having happy endings????
My hair when it's being evilly curly.
My favorite authors (not necessarily in order) and the books/series that made me love them:
Cinda Williams Chima (the Heir series was the best!!)
JK Rowling (if you do not know this one you do not belong on this site)
Rick Riordan (EVERYTHING)
Tamora Pierce (Everything in the Tortall universe)
Christopher Paolini...may he write another series so I won't be so heartbroken about how the other one ended
Meg Cabot (Vanished, Jinx)
Michael Grant (Gone series, i still have a fear of Red Vines)
Gale Carson Levine, even though I've outgrown her books I still love her to pieces (everything!)
Jonathan Maberry (Rot & Ruin, Dust & Decay)