Author has written 2 stories for Divergent Trilogy, and Speak.
Hey, January here! Here's safe basic info about me:(This is supplied, so you won't have to become a stalker to know more about me)
-I'm older than five and younger than seventy-two;
-I absolutely adore books; (there is a list, if you continue reading, which I strongly recommend)
-I love mostly music from the '70s, but am open to anything that does not include Nikki Minaj or Justin Bieber or that guy that sings Thrift Shop;
-I live in Canada and if you laugh at that because you watch How I Met Your Mother and you take what they say seriously, then shoo, I don't want you reading my stories. Up to now, I've written two stories, but that will change soon;
-If I could date anyone from books, I would either date Jake Tolan from Saving June or Uriah from Divergent. I know everyone would date Four, and I would want to too, but I don't think I could stand a boyfriend that shows no compassion. I mean, sometimes a girl just wants to be treated like... Yeah, you know.
-I wrote a book and the editing is killing me, this is why I write fanfiction... Oh, the blashpemy! Hihi...
-I love every old Disney movie that was ever made. Though some don't see it, they hold all the truths and answers our world needs.
-I hope to one day people will see my name on shelves;
-I'm a the exact definition of abnormal and crazy and I'm fine with that. I love it actually, being plain and normal is one of my nightmares, it would be in my Fear Landscape (Divergent by Veronica Roth). Alongside sharks and weirdly-shaped clouds. Though that last one isn't true, it was used to prove a point. Me = Wacko!!!!!!!!
-I have the most frizzy hair that has ever existed and controlling it is like controlling a Griever; (The Maze Runner by James Dashner)
-Except for like Star Trek, Star Wars, Total Recall and a few others, I'm not really into science fiction... Sorry, I betrayed my geekdom;
-Last, but not least, I hate painting my nails. For some reson, I thought that would be pertinent. Now that I have written it, I kinda regret it... I could just erase it, but I'm pretending to have a conversation with you, so here it goes.
The List (It may not be Schindler's, but it still deserves capital letters)
The Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth
The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner
The Possession trilogy by Elana Johson (Border line of bad, but it has a je-ne-sais-quoi that made me read it in one shot. Really needs more editing, though)
Clean by Amy Reed
Crazy by Amy Reed
The Shiver Trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespear, my man!
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney
The Rivals by Daisy Whitney
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
Saving June by Hannah Harrington (If you write to her, she'll actually answer and not like when you write to Obama, it's actually her!)
Speechless by Hannah Harrington
Starters by Lissa Price
Partials by Dan Wells
The Faults in Our Stars by John Green
Dash and Lily's Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn
Looking for Alaska by John Green
The Matched Trilogy by Allie Condie
(...) The List goes on, but I think you get it... I could add books for hours on end, but I have to read a book for school, The Otori Clan by Lian Hearn. Whoop-di-do! It's really good, don't be fooled by the first few pages who could put a crying baby to sleep, because once the action comes... PAF, you're hit with drama. And not like Coronation Street drama, more like Agatha Christie drama. Crap! I forgot to put her books in... Oh well...
Ps: My avatar picture is not from the Great White North, it's Island. Why Island, one might ask? And to that individual I answer: Why not Island? That is the true question, my friend!
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