Author has written 10 stories for Tinkerbell, Legend of Korra, Avatar: Last Airbender, How to Train Your Dragon, and Teen Titans.
What? I didn't know I would be having visitors! Well, so long as you’re here, I’ll give you the grand tour!
Okay, stuff about me… I would describe myself as random and confusing. Like, seriously random and confusing. I’ll say strange things just to throw people off or make them get what I mentally call the “Look.” That’s basically where they raise their eyebrows and their eyes get wide and beady and their jaws drop ever so slightly. Ask anyone! I live for the Look. *inserts creepy laugh here* I would also say I am what you might call camouflaged. People think they know me, but there are parts of me they can never see.
I have three main passions in life: animals (which you will find out when you read most of my stories, because almost all stories I write will packed with them), Jesus (my mom calls me a Jesus Freak, and I guess I am), and writing (obviously).
Gender: Last time I checked, Female.
Hair Color: Honey Brown/Blond, and way too frizzy and unmanageable!
Eye Color: This one always gets me! People think they're brown, but they’re really hazel.
Height: I lost track… I’m just too tall for my own good. It just makes a person awkward and clumsy once it gets to a certain point.
Birth Date: July 7, 1997. That's the seventh day, of the seventh month, of 1997. I have this crazy thing about sevens. All three of my names have seven letters, and my last initial is the seventh letter of the alphabet. Not only that, but my seventh story on here is, for the amount of chapters, my most popular story yet... crazy right?
Name: Sure, like I'd tell you my name! It's too awesome for you to handle! I'll give you a couple of hints though: it starts with an A, ends with an N, has seven letters, and most of you have probably never heard it before (even Microsoft Word thinks I spelled it wrong).
Pack Rank: I'd make an okay alpha, but I'm most comfortable following, and being at the alpha's back.
Pets at Home: 2 dogs, 2 cats, 10 goldfish, and-- you're going to love this one-- at least 35 pigeons! (At my school, I have to have an at-home project and for it I raise and breed show quality pigeons.) Hahaha! I just got all ya'll beat! Unless one of you has a tiger...
Status: High School Junior
Favorite Colors: Green and Royal Purple, and I also like Indigo
Dog's Name: Daisy (I felt like this was important enough to share)
What I Believe in: Jesus, Love, Kindness, Life, Magic, Joy, Miracles, and DRAGONS!
Fav Music Groups:
All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Switchfoot, Demi Lovato, Daughtry, OneRepublic, Three Days Grace, The Fray, Breaking Benjamin, and many more!
Hunger Games trilogy, Julie of the Wolves trilogy, The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness, The Wolves of the Beyond, Unwind, Skinjacker trilogy, Kissed By an Angel trilogy, Harry Potter, Roots, Fire Bringer, The Sight, Wolf: The Journey Home, Runt, Our Town, Green Eggs and Ham!
How to Train Your Dragon, Brave, Tangled, Rise of the Guardians (Yes, I am in love with the BIG FOUR), Harry Potter, Peter Pan, Marley and Me, Soul Surfer, The Incredibles, and all those dang kids movies!
Fav TV Shows:
Doctor Who, Legend of Korra, Dragons: Riders of Berk, Avatar the Last Airbender, Teen Titans, and most of the shows on Animal Planet and Nat Geo Wild.
I am part of the National FFA Organization, I am obsessed with wolves, I never learned how to ride a bike, I think fresh air is the best medicine out there, I have ADHD, and I have an odd menagerie of nicknames including Ace, Pilgrim, and Cookie Monster!
Oh, and I also have a FictionPress account. My pen-name is Lunar-.-Perspective. I use it mostly for poetry.
I also finally caved into society and got myself a tumblr. I'll be updating my progress on my stories there. Here's it is: http:// aavonlea . tumblr . com
My Fandoms in a Nutshell
Fav Doctor- Eleven
Fav character- Clara
I ship- Whouffle/Souffez (Eleven and Clara), Amy and Rory, Eleven and River (not nearly as much as whouffle though), TenRose
Fav episodes- all of series 7, most of the eleventh Doctor's episodes, but my fav is Snowmen
Fav character- Raven is my fav, but Terra comes in a VERY close second
I ship- BBRae (my first OTP), Flinx, CyBee, AquaTerra
Fav episodes- Nevermore, Spellbound, The Beast Within... so basically all the BBRae episodes. I also love The End and Fear Itself.
Fav character- Artemis and also Wally
I ship- SPITFIRE!!! Also, Bluepulse and Conner x M'gann
Fav episodes- 12 Homefront, 16 Failsafe, 25 Usual Suspects, 26 Auld Acquaintance, 30 Salvage, 33 Depths, 40 Runaways, 46 Endgame... yeah, I love a lot of episodes.
Legend of Korra:
Fav character- none
I ship- Bolinora (BolinXJinora), Bolineska (mush less but still), Linzin, TenzinXPema, TonraqXSenna
Avatar: the Last Airbender:
Fav character- Toph and Zuko
I ship- Kataang, a little Zutara, the Doph, Maiko, but mostly Sukka
My guide to finding a good fic to read:
Rule #1: Of course, your first course of action is to narrow down the search. Go to a category you think you'd like to read. Also, if you specifically want to read about certain characters, put those characters into the filters.
Rule #2: First thing you have to look at is the summary. Is it well written? Are there any grammatical errors? Does it pull you in? If the summary doesn't pull you in, that's usually a sign that the story isn't a good read. This isn't always the case, as some people simply aren't good at writing summaries. However, in most instances, a bad summary means a bad fic.
Rule #3: Check how many words are in the story. If it's very short (i.e. a chapter has less than one thousand words) that can be a good indicator for a poor story. However, this rule by no means works one-hundred percent of the time! Many one-shots are short, and drabbles tend to be not very long at all, and these stories can be fantastic! A story with longer chapters, though, is often a sign of a better story (that is, if the author isn't simply going on and on).
Rule #4: Check out the reviews. Read some of them to see what people who liked the story said about it. Just be careful, because you might run into a few spoilers. Also, be sure to note that you are checking the reviews themselves, not the number of reviews. A story with only a few reviews is not necessarily a poor read, and vice versa, a story with many reviews could be awful.
Rule #5: Be careful of stories that have many spelling and grammar mistakes. Sure, everyone slips up every now and then, but a fic that has a lot of mistakes is probably going to be irritating to read.
Rule #6: Sometimes you'll run into a fanfic where there's a character who's just too OOC. Do yourself a favor and run far and fast away from these stories, as they are almost guaranteed to be nauseating. It will completely ruin the experience, so just don't bother with fics that have someone who's OOC.
Rule #7: Read the first chapter of the story. This is the author's shining moment, where he or she tries to hook you into the story. If you find you are not being pulled in, that might not be the fic for you.
NOTE! When you find a story you like, or even one you aren't crazy about, LEAVE A REVIEW! Authors can't get enough of them! We don't get paid to write these stories. Our reward for writing them is hearing what you think about them. It doesn't even have to be gushing praise! Authors also like and respect constructive criticism. We like it when you show you care enough to help us make our stories better! So please leave a review whenever you read something! You owe it to the author.
I pre-write most of my stories so, just in case I lose interest in a story, I don't leave it half finished with anyone reading them mad enough to tear my head off.
Words of the Heart: I wrote this as a short little story, meant to touch your hearts and that is it. Of course, it's a Tinker Bell story, but that doesn't mean it's a stupid fanfic that only a little kid would read. It's about how Tink is sick, on her deathbed, and her friends are searching for a way to save her.
Nanuk- the story of Naga: Set in the world of Legend of Korra, a few months after the defeat of Amon, this is like a fill-in-the-gap story that tells how Naga came to be Korra's animal guide.
I'll Come Marching Home: This takes place in the world of Avatar: the Last Airbender in Book 3: Fire. It is right after Zuko joins the Gaang. The story revolves around the orphan Akira, who is blind and a firebender, as she fights to become a person of her own and not what others expect her to be. This means she does not want to be the stereotypical firebender, or the stereotypical blind person.
Revelations: This is my series of one-shots in the world of How to Train Your Dragon, dedicated to showing the deeper moments within the characters' lives and to get people to think more of their own lives, their own stories.
Aimless Journey: This is a one-shot that may turn into an entire story in the near or distant future. It's based in the TV show, the Teen Titans, and revolves around the thoughts and motives of Terra before and after Aftershock, up until she loses her memory. My plans for this story include the basics: how she ends up at that school, her battle to remember a past that is lost to her, and the inner war she'll be fighting.
Irrevocable: This is a story based in Teen Titans, and revolves around Beast Boy and Raven. The two heroes have a fight, in which Raven says some awful things. After a battle with a new villain, Beast Boy falls seriously ill and begins a fight for his life, while Raven battles the guilt eating at her for the things she's said. Raven wonders if she'll ever be able to take it back. For now, this is a one-shot, but I could possibly make it into a full story.
Moments: This is set in the world of the Teen Titans, and it's centered around Beast Boy and Raven. It's an account of what they learn about each other, and those little moments they share that form a bigger picture, a bigger story. However, this will only be updated when I have special inspiration, or am going through writer's block. You read at your own risk, because you might not see more chapters.
What I'd Wish For: Set in the show Teen Titans, this is a one-shot revolving around Beast Boy and Raven. Whiles the others are out, Raven stays with Beast Boy, who is home sick. Then the question comes up: if you could wish for anything, what would you wish for? When they each give their answers, they both learn a little something about each other.
For All I Care: Another Teen Titans fic. Raven and Beast Boy have a fight, and Beast Boy decides to leave the team so he can grow as a hero and so he can get away from her. But when Raven gets hurt, he rushes back to her side, and that makes him question how much he truly cares for her.
I'm also working on other stories, but since I don't start posting my writing until I have it pretty much completely written, they won't be seen for awhile.
"I may not be smart enough to do everything, but I'm dumb enough to try anything!" - Beast Boy
"Fathers are kind! Fathers protect you! Fathers raise you! I was protected by the monks of Azarath. I was raised by my friends. They are my family. This is my home. And you are not welcome here!" - Raven
"Don't lose control! Don't lose control!" - Terra
"It's never too late," - Terra
"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of
"The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong." - Mahatma Gandhi
"That's terrible," - My brother (he says it so often it has been justified as an original quote)
"Don't follow me. I'm lost too."
"When one door closes another one opens. Take the window," - YouMadeMeInkk
My Own Quotes:
"Everything fighting to live deserves a chance at life," - SheWolfShaman
"Everyone, at some point in their lives, will experience an awakening," - SheWolfShaman
"When someone douses your fire, think of it as an opportunity to build up the fire again, this time brighter," - SheWolfShaman
"Every face is the cover to a different story. It's time to start reading," - SheWolfShaman
"Leave the crumbs. It's food for the gremlins," - SheWolfShaman
Why do we read the Bible?
The story is told of an old man who lived on a farm in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with his young grandson. Each morning, Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading from his old worn-out Bible.
His grandson who wanted to be just like him tried to imitate him in any way he could. One day the grandson asked,
“Papa, I try to read the Bible just like you but I don’t understand it, and what I do understand I forget as soon as I close the book. What good does reading the Bible do?”
The Grandfather quietly turned from putting coal in the stove and said, “Take this coal basket down to the river and bring back a basket of water.” The boy did as he was told, even though all the water leaked out before he could get back to the house.
The grandfather laughed and said, “You will have to move a little faster next time,” and sent him back to the river with the basket to try again.
This time the boy ran faster, but again the basket was empty before he returned home. Out of breath, he told his grandfather that it was “impossible to carry water in a basket,” and he went to get a bucket instead. The old man said, “I don’t want a bucket of water; I want a basket of water. You can do this. You’re just not trying hard enough,” and he went out the door to watch the boy try again. At this point, the boy knew it was impossible, but he wanted to show his grandfather that even if he ran as fast as he could, the water would leak out before he got far at all. The boy scooped the water and ran hard, but when he reached his grandfather the basket was again empty.
Out of breath, he said, “See Papa, it’s useless!”
“So you think it is useless?” The old man said, “Look at the basket.” The boy looked at the basket and for the first time he realized that the basket looked different. Instead of a dirty old coal basket, it was clean.
“Son, that’s what happens when you read the Bible. You might not understand or remember everything, but when you read it, it will change you from the inside out.
That is the work of God in our lives.
To change us from the inside out and to slowly transform us into the image of His son.
Take time to read a portion of God’s word each day. Pray that He will use it to turn your heart and mind to Him.
- Author Unknown
A Story about Love and Kindness
Our 14-year-old dog Abbey died last month.
Will you please take care of my dog?
I hope you will play with her.
We put the letter in an envelope with a picture of Abbey & Meredith ,
heaven. That afternoon she dropped it into the letter box at the post
A few days later, she asked if God had gotten the letter yet.
Yesterday, there was a package wrapped in gold paper on our front porch
Taped to the inside front cover was the letter we had written to God in
Abbey isn't sick anymore.
Thank you for the beautiful letter and thank your mother for helping
By the way, I'm easy to find.
The Footprints Prayer
One night I had a dream...
I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord, and
I also noticed that it happened at the very lowest
The Lord replied, "My precious, precious
Thank you all for reading. If you've made it to this point in my profile, or even my end-note, then I am very touched and thank you from the bottom of my heart. I love you guys!
P.S. Here's a smile :)
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