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Author has written 7 stories for Great Gatsby, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, and Days of Our Lives.
I have changed my profile picture to show my support for equal marriage rights. The picture was first started by the Human Rights Campaign - notice that it's human rights, not gay rights, because gay people are human, too. I, myself, am a panromantic asexual, and I am proud of it. But you don't need to be LGBT to show support. =D
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Alright, then. I love sci-fi stuff, so you'll see a lot of that. My (real) name's Scott, I'm thirteen, in middle school. Still. For TV, you'll see a lot of:
Doctor Who, Fringe, Star Trek: The Original Series, Warehouse 13, Person Of Interest, Grimm, Pretty Little Liars, Switched At Birth, Days Of Our Lives, and Glee. Yes, I'm awfully diverse.
The Great Gatsby (See: The Great Gatsby With Zombies), Catch-22, Fahrenheit 451, 1984, Animal Farm, and a lot of other classics. And Stephen King stuff. That's all I read, really, is Stephen King and classics.
So, let's talk about my writing. Most of what I write is emotionally and plot-driven. There's a lot of emotions, most often negative, but occasionally lighthearted and, scarcely, romantic. I'm not a shipper by any means, or anything else. Most pairings are canon. (Say, Nick and Juliet in Grimm.) Almost everything I write is in the first person. But whose point of view I'm writing from varies from story to story. (Say, the Doctor in one Doctor Who story, and Amy in another.) Most everything, besides stupid crackfics, have plots. Even if the plot's dumb, it's always there. I'm also a stickler for grammar and punctuation. Point it out if ever I make a typo. With the exception of crackfics, my stories don't really get any label except oneshot. I'm also warning you: I can be a very twisted person, and one of the greatest thrills of writing is creating all these happy little people in their happy little worlds and making their life hell.
Another Note: I told you I'm thirteen. Yeah, yeah, I might not have the whole life experience thing going for me, but I want you to be critical. When you tell me what's right, that's all fine and dandy, but when you tell me what's wrong, I know how to change to make myself better. So be harsh, but not rude, and don't hesitate because of my age.
The Great Gatsby With Zombies is ON HIATUS!
I can never remember to put disclaimers up, so here's one blanket disclaimer. I own nothing! If I owned this stuff:
I'll probably never own any of those things. But a guy can dream. =D
P.S. I'm not going to be bossy and demand reviews, nor am I going to threaten to stop writing, because I write for my own entertainment. Simply, I would like to let you know that there is no way for me to improve if I am not told what I am doing right, and what I am doing wrong. So, for your sake and mine, reviews are, as always, greatly appreciated.