Author has written 25 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Legend of Zelda, Junjō Romantica, Kuroshitsuji, and Death Note.
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But anyway, this is a profile. And what's a profile without telling you about myself?
Hair and Eye Color: Blond, Blue
Interests: Music, video games, writing
Pets: Two cats, two dogs, and a couple of fish (in the future, I want a tarantula!)
Misc: Hmmmmmm... divorced parents, plays violin and guitar, currently surrounded by firefighter merchandise (my mom is weird)
I'd say I'm a lot more patient than I used to be, and try to stay optimistic, although I'm really obsessive compulsive and tend to forget how to "sweat the small stuff". Luckily for me, I've got a couple of really awesome friends and I'm really lucky with my living situation for the most part. Yep... so that's it!
It's on my bucket list to finish every story I start on this site! Not counting the ones I really hate, which I'll likely just take down... I'm a sentimental person though. Taking down stories is really hard!
Los Párrafos Anteriores en Español (lo siento por mi español malo, porque estoy sólo un estudiante en la clase de español tres):
Color de Pelo y color de ojos: Rubio y azul
Pasar el tiempo: Música, videojuegos, escribando
Mascotas: Dos Gatos, Dos Perros, y unos peces
Otros Hechos: Mis padres están divorciados, toco la violin y la guitarra, y estoy rodeado de mercancía bombero (mi madre es extraña).
Here, I think I'll talk about
1) Be My Shadow (Chapter Story)
Boy, do I have a lot to say about this one. It's my most successful story on the whole site, and honestly, I think it's the worst thing I've ever written. Let me explain why. It has this tendency, in my opinion, to be so unbelievably melodromatic. I can't even read it back now without cringing, even the title. Worst. Title. Ever. But hey, I think I was twelve or so when I started it, so I try to cut myself some slack. Oh, and another thing. Near the end, I feel like there really wasn't a way out of fate, and you all know the storyline, so the last few chapters were hardly even necessary because they had no sense of hope and nothing but exchanges of sadness and desperation. What a way to end a story. But y'know, live and learn, I suppose. The remake won't be like that. Fun fact: I used to think this was my best writing ever.
2) Altitude (One-Shot)
Although it's one of the most medically (and just plain physically) innacurate things I've ever written, it doesn't even score first in that regard(first place for medical innacuracy goes to Withdrawal). I really enjoyed the concept and it was fun to do all the skydiving research, though, so that was nice about it. What's so ridiculous is that I didn't even realize some of the blinding plot flaws until they were pointed out to me by people, but I suppose that's just how writing goes. Despite everything, I enjoyed writing this one and I don't cringe too much at the memory of it, haha! Oh, and fun fact: this story's cover image is a picture taken from my backyard. I was actually just testing out the camera on my phone for the first time when I took it.
3) Withdrawal (Chapter Story)
And speaking of first place winners for medical inaccuracy, here it is: the owner of the grand prize. So I'll be honest with you here. I had a LOT of fun writing this, but I failed to do one of the things that I find so fun about writing: all the concept research. At the time, and I'm not gonna bother to go and look at the date so let's just say this, I was probably significantly younger than I am now. I know for a fact that I was at least in middle school at the time. I didn't know a whole lot about substance abuse but I figured I'd just go for it and see what my writing turned out to entail, which was kind of a big mistake on my part. To cover my mistakes, I went with the whole 'oh, it's a mysterious drug that no one's ever heard of', but that's not very fun and certainly not good enough. But just like the story above, despite everything, I had a lot of fun with this one. Fun fact: I was so worried about rating it too loosely that I made it rated M for the substance abuse, which I now consider to have been a really stupid move. I haven't bothered to change it though.