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Author has written 51 stories for My Little Pony, Spectacular Spider-Man, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Danny Phantom, Divergent Trilogy, Doctor Who, Young Justice, Teen Titans, TV X-overs, Delirium, Lauren Oliver, Death Note, Book X-overs, and Ultimate Spider-Man.
Cat: My God, what is this? An updated profile? Shocker. Well! Now, to those joining us – Welcome! This is the profile of two fangirls, myself, also known as Cat and my friend, Owl.
Cat: Before I let her speak – due to her craziness – I think I’ll give you the run down. Owl and I are two fangirls. I mostly write Young Justice Stuff while she focuses on her story, The Truth Makes Death. We’d love people to read and review our work – ‘specially Owl.
Owl: Well excuse me Miss ‘I always get reviews’.
Cat: That could be because I post more fanfics than you Owl.
Owl: Shut up.
Cat: Would you like to contribute to this little profile intro thingy?
Owl: *Huffs* Fine. Okay, guys, listen, Cat and I are fine with the whole flames thing – we will deal with your bullshit – and if you have something bad to say about our work, we’d like if it was labelled ‘Criticism’ or something. Flames keep us warm at night. If you think something is bad, tell us why.
Cat: *Eyes suspiciously* Why are you being so well mannered? I don’t trust it.
Owl: *Blinks innocently*
Cat: One last thing – Owl and I have very different styles. If you’re coming from one of the stories I’ve posted, be warned that Owl tends to have much more torture, blood, gore and the stuff in her fics. TTMD, as mentioned above, is an example. Mine tend to more light hearted.
Owl: Read and Review.
Cat: And I hope you enjoy our work.
Owl: Had to have the last word, huh?
Cat: Shut up, Owl.
Cat: Cause let's face it, I'm not an artist.
Owl: No, you're not.
Cat: ... Thanks for being so quick to agree with me you F*.
Owl: Tt! Naughty Cat! Think of the children!
Cat: ... Why am I friends with you?
Owl: Because we are insane fangirls who love English comedy?
Cat: Oh. Right.
The Percy Jackson pledge:
I promise to remember Percy
Whenever I'm at sea
I promise to remember Annabeth
Whenever a spider comes at me
I promise to protect nature
For Grover's sake of course
I promise to remember Luke
When my heart fills with remorse
I promise to remember Chiron
Whenever I see a sign that says ''Free Pony Ride''
I promise to remember Tyson
Whenever a friend says they'll stick by my side
I promise to remember Thalia
Whenever a friend is scared of heights
I promise to remember Clarisse
Whenever I see someone that gives me a fright
I promise to remember Bianca
Whenever I see a sister scold her younger brother
I promise to remember Nico
Whenever I see someone who doesn't get along with others
I promise to remember Zoe
Whenever I watch the stars
I promise to remember Rachel
Whenever a limo passes my car.
Yes I promise to remember PJO
Wherever I may go
Now swear it on the River Styx!
How to Tell if You're a Writer
X If you talk to yourself.
X If you talk to yourself about talking to yourself (i.e. ‘I wonder why I talk to myself so much?’)
X If, when you talk to yourself, you sometimes speak as if talking to another person (i.e. ‘Okay, so have you ever noticed that the word ‘deliver’ could mean removing someone’s liver?’)
-If, after uttering a profound piece of wisdom like that above, you stare at the cookie in your hand in awe and say, ‘Wow, this is good stuff for sugar highs!’
-If you live off of sugar and caffeine.
X If people start to notice that you tend to check your e-mail every day for a week, then suddenly disappear off the face of the planet.
-If your e-mails tend to be pages long and incredibly random.
-If, when replying to someone else’s e-mail, you are sometimes so random that you fail to address the original message altogether.
X If, no matter where you are in your room, you never have to so much as get up to reach a pen/pencil and paper.
X If the letters are starting to wear off on the keys of your keyboard.
-If people think you might have A.D.D.
-If you think it’d be cool to have A.D.D.
X If you start constantly talking in third person, past tense.
X If you think about making lists like this, and start giggling for no ‘apparent’ reason.
X If your friends don’t even bother to look funny at you anymore when you start giggling for no apparent reason.
-And finally, the number one way to tell if you’re a good writer: If you failed English 101.
This is what Owl and I do together when we're bored... I present,
You know you’re a writer when…
- You know you’re a writer when 2000 words? Yeah, that’s not enough.
- You know you're a writer when time seems to speed the heck up when you’re writing.
- You know you’re a writer when you hyperventilate when somebody wants to read your writing before it’s done. Or without your permission.
- You know you’re a writer when you have ten documents of just planning.
- You know you’re a writer were you put extra security on your writing.
- You know you’re a writer when you start talking about character development.
- You know you’re a writer when you start hiding you exercise books were no one will ever find them.
- You know you’re a writer when you lie in bed staring up at the ceiling and thinking about your writing.
- You know you’re a writer when, at school when your asked to write something, you grin and start stretching your fingers.
- You know you’re a writer when, if your parents understand your room is a no-go zone when you’re writing.
- You know you’re a writer when, talking about pain and death doesn’t seem nearly as bad anymore.
- You know you’re a writer when, your friends don’t even both looking at you anymore when you gasp and pull out some paper.
- You know you’re a writer when you start borrowing large quantities of books at a time all from different genres and then toss the ones you don’t like around the room.
- You know you’re a writer when you have your computer on your lap and are surrounded by books open to pages with phrases that you like on them.
- You know you’re a writer when you deliberately write three different stories for an assignment, write two of them 4,000 words over the limit and end one of them on a huge cliffhanger.
- You know you’re a writer when if somebody else touches anything to do with writing, it’s a death sentence.
- You know you’re a writer when, when you see text talk (L8er, ect) you scream and feel like punching the screen.
- You know you’re a writer when your eyes go wide when somebody says your story was ‘good’.
- You know you’re a writer when you’re asked to write a story, grin, then told there is a word limit and you know you will fail.
- You know you’re a writer when you start talking to your English teacher about styles of writing.
- You know you’re a writer when if your friend shrugs after you ask how your story was you curse them for all eternity.
- You know you’re a writer when you write multiple stories from the lyrics of a song and no other words. (I’ve done that it so fun!)
- You know you’re a writer when you see your friend and start babbling on about a problem you’re having in the story you’re writing so fast that no one has any idea what the heck you’re saying.
- You know you’re a writer when you’re making these things and they’re really, really, really long and incredibly random but are still true.
- You know you’re a writer when you pick out favourite words and use them in speech. Excessively.
- You know you’re a writer when you stare at somebody intently before they read your story.
- You know you’re a writer when after your story is graded at school, and even if it is one of the highest masks in the class, and you get and A… you feel like screaming inside. (That kinda happened)
- You know you’re a writer when, when somebody is reading your story you stare at them, and keep asking them where they are so you can ramble about what you thought about that bit.
- You know you’re a writer when if somebody tells you to cut back on your story, you feel like sobbing.
- You know you’re a writer when you can tell if something is going to be too large to fit in a limit, so you can protect yourself from the heartbreak of removing it later.
- You know you’re a writer when, when somebody asks what you’re doing, you look at them with raised eyebrows.
Friends - People that we trust, and know quite well (Some in real life. Not that we go there much...):
2. Nanu Kitty
If you have one of these, copy and paste this to your profile and add your own:
My family love me a lot, to the extent that they yell out, “I hate you”, when I use the toilet.
Horses are nothing like machines apart from the fact that if there’s food, and you’re eating it, prepare to die.
Fanfiction writers can be really unimaginative.
If so, why do we bother writing that previous line? It’s too imaginative.
Once a boy said to me I was strange. I said his pants had fallen down.
"If you think you’re the stupidest person the world has to offer, just go and see Owl."
-Owl’s loving family.
"Cackles so insanely that the Green Goblin sounds sane"
"It would be really awkward if your first kiss was from a Dementor... "
"What am I doing? I'm writing, what did you think I was doing?"
Some people said I am falling into in insanity. But no, I tell them. I am flying.
"Fake sanity does wonders for the insane."
"Some people find ghosts scary. I want to ask them how they got out of being dead."
"When somebody says I'm insane, is it wrong that I just grin and nod?"
" ... And the ability to stay monsters with a pen..."
"Nothing's wrong with me... *scoff* Who am I kidding? Everything's wrong with me."
In order to defeat the monsters, one must lay aside part of their humanity.
- Mikasa Ackerman, Attack on Titan anime (Owl)
He who fights monsters, should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. Because, when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes back into you.
- Mephisto Pheles, Ao No Exorcist Mangaka (edited version of original quote. Owl)
He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for l-ong into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.
- Friedrich Nietzsche (Owl)
Following the mainstream belief that you only live once, that I myself do best to turn away from, I think that I may have screwed up pretty damn badly. I hardly call being completely bonkers much of a life.
This life is all you've got/And this could be your only shot/Don't miss your chance, staring at the clock/Because the fight is never gonna stop/This life is all you've got.
- This Life (Tim Haperin) Owl
If your insanity is your great shame, you're not really insane.
"Laughter is Timeless, Imagination has no age, and dreams are forever"
- Walt Disney (Cat)
"Every now and then I have the feeling that I've totally lost my mind. It's a great feeling"
– Nightwing, Dick Grayson (Cat)