Author has written 1 story for Phantom of the Opera.
ABOUT ME :
Now, what can I reveal? I'm just a person who loves chocolate, steak, and mostly soup. My father once said that he thought I was half Cantonese or something since they always place their rice into their bowls of soup, like me. Plus, I absolutely hate studying but HE, English interests me. Along with Art and a bit of Mathematics now, unbelievable, yes? I mean, the highest mark I ever got for my Maths was 69. In primary 1.
And I am absolutely desiring to get the 'Phantom of the Opera' book. I heard that Orchard Road's Prologue bookstore sells it. I had never really paid much attention to POTO so my interest in it...well, most credit should go to my friend. In the library while working on a project, she tossed me a book and it was POTO. Remembering that when I was was still young, my mother had watched the 2004 movie so I got curious and flipped it open. Obviously, like the weirdo I am, I read the back first where Erik was in his 'third person' sobbing after Christine.
So...after that, I went back home and researched more about POTO. Then, I ransacked through the cabinet where all DVDS, CDS and disks where kept and after 2 hours of forcing my brother to help me find it, I succeeded all by myself (not really). It was the 2004 film and I got really excited and hyper when I pulled it out. I re-watched it on my laptop and grew to be a PhantomXChristine maniac. You can probably tell that from my profile picture, I edited that by myself (proud look).
The funny thing is that when I first start of a fanfiction, a lot of motivation and inspiration is stirring in me but when it comes to typing out the future parts, I start to feel that its boring and totally lame and that is why my stories always end as quickly as it was started. Still, reviews always leaving me grinning and that actually boosts my failing confidence in my stories. So, thanks to my reviewers! Come to Singapore and try our laksa with coconut milk, it's super-duper delicious!
And yea, I'm still getting over the shock of me failing my Maths by 10 marks (40/100) and managing to pass my hopeless Chinese (57/90 = 63/100).
- NoirCiel, the Weirdo