Author has written 13 stories for Naruto, Switched at Birth, Gossip Girl, Hunter X Hunter, and Dork Diaries.
Schoolhouse Scandals is on hiatus if you couldn't already tell. I'll come back to it don't worry.
My previous penname used to be LuvXHugs...but that was stupid and if you read below, you'd learn that I'm indecisive so, in the heat of creating an account, I just typed in anything. And while LuvXHugs was too sugar drops and rainbows for me, I couldn't think of anything else, thus, LuvXHugs stuck.
And that's the origin of my terrible penname.
PanopticBibelot, however, came from dictionary.com. Those were the words of the day (2 different dates) and I thought they sounded nice together so i made it my Live Journal name. And then it hit me: How come Live Journal, which I don't really use, gets a better name than my ff account, which I use a lot? So I changed LuvXHugs to PanopticBibelot. I think it sounds cooler...unless you think it's silly...then I'm just embarrassed.
Hey, I'm probably the most indecisive person in the world. It takes me forever to make a decision, so by the deadline, I pick one and it ends up being the one I hate. Takes me ages to shop.
Anyways, I have written 5 stories on this site. I hate one of them, The Ramen to my Noodles. Yes, I'm the author and I can say that I hate my own story. I've made stories that are better (in my opinion) and the next long story I make will be better. I promise. Pinky Promise. Cross my heart.
the perks of being a wallflower
Thirteen Reasons Why
The Night Circus
Lips Touch Three Times
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Eleanor and Park
Honestly, the perks of being a wallflower could very well be my favorite, but I'm not sure because all these books are amazing in their own way but the perks of being a wallflower was the last one I read and I dont remember crying that much because of one book. Or it could be Flipped because I've read that book three times and I can't help but want to read it again and again it's so sweet.
Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell is so beautifully written and lovely I cried when I finished it. Everyone should read it. Fangirl is another one Rainbow Rowell's books and It. Is. Great. Not only does it include a fanfiction writer and her fics(Hello? Calling this entire fucking website!), but it has a book inside a book! So you can read a book..while you're reading a book! Bookception. Also the little excerpts of Cath's (the main character) stories are so cute and sweet that I started shipping the Simon and Baz pairing, and they're not even real! As in from a book/show/etc. that is in real life. And even though it contains all these fun and cutesy things, it deals with serious stuff too. Like mental illnesses, anxiety, change, alcoholism, and forming relationships when you're an antisocial girl who just wants to hole up in your dorm and write. I just gushed about this book so anyone who stumbles on this bio *coughPROMOcough* should totally read this amazingly amazing book.
The Night Circus is greaaaaaaat. Like I want to tell you all about it but I'm afraid I'll spoil things. So I'll just give you the gist of it.
Lips Touch Three Times is a book containing three short stories: The Goblin Fruit; Spicy Little Curses Such as These; and Hatchling, each getting longer in length. All stories amazingly written. So this is how I came to read it. My sister borrowed it from the library and instructed everyone not to read it or touch it or whatever until she was done. Of course I couldn't just let my LITTLE sister just order me around like that so I took it from her when she was preoccupied. I didn't expect it to be so great and I instantly fell in love with it.
There is a certain kind of girl the goblins crave. You could walk across a high school campus and point them out: not her, not her, her. The pert, lovely ones with butterfly tattoos in secret places, sitting on their boyfriends' laps? No, not them. The girls watching the lovely ones sitting on their boyfriends' laps? Yes. Them.
The goblins want girls who dream so hard about being pretty their yearning leaves a palpable trail, a scent goblins can follow like sharks on a soft bloom of blood. The girls with hungry eyes who pray each night to wake up as someone else. Urgent, unkissed, wishful girls.
SPICY LITTLE CURSES SUCH AS THESE
Kissing can ruin lives. Lips touch, sometimes teeth clash.
New hunger is born with a throb and caution falls away. A cursed girl with lips still moist from her first kiss might feel suddenly wild, like a little monsoon. She might forget her curse just long enough to get careless and let it come true. She might kill everyone she loves.
She might, and she might not.
A particular demon in India rather hoped that she would.
This is the story of the curse and the kiss, the demon and the girl. It's a love story with dancing and death in it, and singing and souls and shadows reeled out on kite strings. It begins underneath India, on the cusp of the last century when the British were still riding elephants with maharajas and skirmishing on the arid frontiers of the empire.
The story begins in Hell.
I can't find the summary for the third short story, but don't the first two just make you want to get your hands on the book and read the whole thing? Yeah? Thought so.
Speak was very sad and had a huge emotional impact on me. I can't say I related to the main character, but I felt so much sympathy for her.
The main character's name is Melinda, and the summer before her freshman year started, she was raped at a party. After she called the police, everyone, including her friends, ostracized her. She goes to high school, still lonely, still hated, and knowing that her rapist, also a student, lurks the hallways.
It's written like a diary and Melinda overcomes a lot and I'm happy for her and I wish her the best. Read it. Please.