Author has written 38 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Harry Potter, A song of Ice and Fire, Hunger Games, Greek Mythology, and Game of Thrones.
My name is Mick. I am an aspiring young author. I am 15 and in the middle of writing my own book and i hope to finish it and have it published before i graduate high school in 2016. I have a lot of work to do if i want to write a novel, i know, and i probably shouldn't be wasting my time writing fanfiction. But it's the distraction i need in life from my problems and it helps me, and i love it, too.
I dream of one day moving to Europe and leaving the small Appalachian town I live in.
I love French class, history, and English.
My favorite foods are Chester's Hot Fries, chili, and mashed potatoes. My favorite drink is Pepsi.
I have a dog named Harley whom I adore. I am not a big fan of cats (for some reason every single one I've ever owned has turned out evil), and I have a very poor track record with rabbits (those feet of theirs are not that lucky).
I have a very liberal stance on politics, though I do tend towards pragmatism when I see it fit.
I am not a big fan of romance. I enjoy it, yes, but when I look back on the romances I so enjoyed, I tend to start seeing problems. Example, Twilight. I loved it in elementary and middle school, but now every time it's mentioned, I have a laundry list of complaints about it. I also despise Romeo & Juliet and the whole concept of love at first sight or those jacked up romances where characters fall in love for no reason after just a few days of knowing each other. Deep enough in love to freaking DIE for each other. Really, you couldn't at least put in a time skip? A little sentence on the page/movie screen reading, "Six months later..."?
I also do not like the concept of Chosen Ones and the reasoning Because Destiny Says So. No offense to Harry Potter. JK pulled that one off really, really well.
I have maladaptive daydreaming disorder. I spend hours upon hours daydreaming. My daydreams are as elaborate as novels, filled with characters i make up in my head, settings and storylines, and often with music, like a movie soundtrack, in the background of my fantasies. These daydreams are triggered my anything from reading to movies and television to just listening to music, and the disorder is characterized by performing repetive tasks while fastasizing. In my case, pacing back and forth, which is common among Maladaptive daydreamers. People with MD also mimick facial expressions and actions of characters in their fastasies sometimes without realizing, and can even be affected by the fantasy outwardly. Like say, someone watching a movie and when a character you love dies, you cry, or something cute happens between your favorite couple, you squeel and grin and blush. The difference between MD and say skizophrencia, is that Maladaptive Daydreamers are fully aware of the fact the're daydreaming and do not confuse it with reality. However, they do space out often and can spend entire days daydreaming. People with MD are said to "daydream their lives away". The cause of MD is up for debate. Originally, it was thought to orignate from a sort of trauma as a form of escapism, but now, studies have found it can manifest in anyone for no apparent reason. 1 in 18 people have MD. Meaning 1 in 18 people is being yelled at by their parents for pacing back and forth when they listen to music, even if they can't help it. 1 in 18 people will be misdiagnoised as ADHD or ADD and the medication will only make their conditon worse. 1 in 8 people will create a fantasy world that they may never be able to escape if they don't learn to deal with their MD. There is no treatment for MD. No medication or therapy; you just learn to deal.
I would like to thank all my readers, simply for reviewing or reading my works. You encourage me everyday to pursue my dream of being a writer. I am currently working on my own book: The Resurrection of Legend: The Grail Knight, and I hope fans I accumulate on this site will read it when it's done.
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