Author has written 15 stories for Inuyasha, Misc. Anime/Manga, Naruto, Gundam Wing/AC, Demon Ororon, Ben 10, Blood+, Tokyo Mew Mew, Storm Hawks, and Teen Titans.
Officially, I can no longer be called a teeny-bopper. Is there an official No-Lounging-Around-And-Goofing-Off-Once-One-Has-Left-The-Teenage-Years Law? I may not want to believe it, but it seems to be true. Bummer. More on me at my livejournal at:
I read way too many things to list- but I'll try anything once and tend to jump from fandom to fandom. Not much of a writer- I'm far too sporadic and not too good with long term fics, but I'm always up for a bit of editing action. If you are needing a beta, please pass me a message! I highly recommend everything my list of favorites. You should also check my favorite authors page because they all(maybe one or two exceptions) have two or more good fics, and something good under their own favorites list.
Not found on this site, but other must-reads are:
"You may laugh at me because I'm different, but I laugh at you because you're ugly."
"I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I LOVE today." (Don't that just make you wanna smile and give you those warm fuzzilies?)
"...We make up stories in order to find ourselves at home in a chaos made familiar and comforting through the stories we make, searching frantically for patterns in the flux of randomly recorded events a world in which endings stalk us and we can only keep inventing ways to both explain and forstall closure." Louis Owens, a quote from anthropology class
"What's the boot kicking?" (my sister in a blonde moment looking at a neon sign of Italy)
"Kouga should be called Campbell's Soup...because he's 'Mm, mm good'!"
"I smile because I have no idea what's going on."
"Ve get too soon oldt undt too late shmart."
"I am a man and men are animals who tell stories. This is a gift from God, who spoke our species into being, But left the end of our story untold. That mystery is troubling to us. How could it be otherwise? Without the final part, we think, how are we to make sense Of all that went before: which is to say, our lives? So we make stories of our own, In fevered and envious imitation of our MAKER, Hoping that we’ll tell, by chance, what God left untold, And finishing our tale, Come to understand why we were born." -Found in the cover of Clive Barker’s “Sacrament”
"What's a fiance? Is it a pickle?" Gourry (Slayers)
"In every group there is an irregular person. If you look around yours and can't find one, you're probably it." Thanks mom!
"Breakfast is for people who get up before lunch" -Eric Banyon(one of Mercedes Lackey's characters)
"Silly is me in my natural state and serious is something I have to do until I can be silly again."
"Flying is like wearing tight underwear; the hardest part is the take-off."
"It's not dancing! It's movement...with spirit!"
"That's quite a story," Snape finally said. "Could have used a pirate though. Maybe I've been around Harry for too long, but a story just doesn't seem the same without a pirate." Gillain Middleton's "The Owl and the Puppydog"
"Never be afraid to try something new; remember that a lone amateur built the Ark. A group of trained professionals built the Titanic."
"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx
"Before we begin...I know karate, judo, kung-fu, tae-kwan-doe, kick-boxing...and about 32 other intimidating words" I saw this quote in a fic somewhere here on ffdotnet...
"What is the point of having a door that leads to a terrible death?! What does that achieve?!" Tenth Kingdom
"Happiness is like peeing in your pants; everyone can see it, but only you can feel its warmth."
"Weep for the lives your wishes never led."
"I don't know whether to punch your lights out or pat you on the back," Remus said... Snape glanced over. "I would prefer neither. I understand lycanthropy is contagious... And I have my own theories about rank idiocy." E.M.Snape
"Can they do that?" (My sister, talking about Kirsten and Toby kissing upside-down in "Spiderman")
I am defined by my made-up personalities, quotes, and the mass of literature which I read. Doesn't it seem like when you read really good stories, you take on parts of your favorite characters and integrate them into your character? Or at least begin to define yourself in relation to the characters you just read? Must be because it is so hard to define oneself...
Campbell Soup forever!