Author has written 12 stories for Warriors, Flygirl, Sherri L. Smith, Dear America series, Doctor Who, Honk!, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Azumanga Daioh, and King and I.
Sweet fancy Moses, you've found part of Fanfiction.net that's my profile! Hello! I hope you enjoy your stay.
I've gone through a couple of different pen names [Moonbeam141 and Chronicler of Imagined Time, and right now, I'm The-100th-Llama. Why did I choose that pen name? I liked it, that's why.
I'm currently working on an Azumanga Daioh fic, titled Popularity. It dives into one character's mind to see what it's like to be admired for being a delinquent—when you're not a delinquent at all.
Keep on scrolling, or not, but I hope you have a great day.
Some Life Lessons From Fortune Cookies:
• A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.
• Smile, it makes your day brighter as well as the days of those around you.
• Desserts CAN make you happy.
• If you're happy, you're successful.
• Half of being smart is knowing what you're dumb about.
• If your friend wants to learn how to drive, don't stand in the way.
• Give yourself some peace and quite for at least a few hours.
Popularity: (Azumanga Daioh) "No one knows what it's like to be truly lonely until all they have are themselves." Sakaki is seen as the popular, athletic, usually silent, and often intimidating delinquent who regularly gets into fistfights, when those are the last qualities she wants to be known for. But she won't be held back by her shyness forever-she just knows it.
The Goose Squadron Tales: (Honk!) Dot is a partly domesticated greylag goose living in Britian. When she meets Greylag, a wild greylag goose, she starts to teach him a goose version of military. After moving to a nearby marsh, they have goslings, and Dot and Greylag find from a fellow waterfowl that a mysterious cat (or two) wants to put up gosling as a second favorite food to duckling, which isn't good in Greylag's head. Not good at all.
While migrating, the geese find that there is a certain duckling that needs their help to find his farm and mother… Will Snowy ever get over his randomness? Will Pinkfoot and Barnacles be able to accept themselves, even though they have different feathers? And will Greylag and Dot be able to discover the truth about the cat, not to mention find the ugly duckling's home? (ON HIATIS)
How I Met Your Father: (Warriors) Sandstorm tells the kits how she met Firestar. Thank you, people who have reviewed! It means a lot. One-shot.
The Adventures of the Acorn: (Warriors) Meet Acornpaw, who is the daughter of Cinderheart and Lionblaze. Of course there's a prophcey about her, told to her by Hollyleaf several nights after her first day as an apprentice. When two strangers arrive, and Breezepelt comes into the picture, Acornpaw knows she has to do something-and be lightning quick. (DISCONTINUED)
My Left Eye: (Warriors) Meet Sunfeather of WindClan. As an apprentice, her left eye was scratched by a rabbit–but it looks like any other eye. My first challenge for FunClan!
My Cat Honey: (Warriors) This is about a girl who has lost her cat. When she finds a feral cat in the woods near her house, she, with the help of her friend, start to take care of it. But the feral cat looks like her lost cat, and the girl starts to wonder... "Is this cat my cat Honey?" Strictly speaking, not Warriors, but close enough. Enjoy!
A Carnival of Cats: (Warriors) Acornpaw, my OC, falls asleep after a busy day of training, and meets a strange she-cat, one who can sparkle, has a grudge against Hollyleaf, and thinks she's perfect. Dovewing calls Hollyleaf on the phone, and asks for an idea for an act for a Warriors Talent Show. Add some Warriors songs, and a few other stories, and you get this one-shot collection. May have slight crossovers.
Family Time: (Warriors) During the Dark Forest battle, Thisleclaw finds some time to asks Whitestorm and Snowfur for forgiveness...what will they say? Not my best, but includes a poem about what happened at my school when they told us about the government.
How to Fly the B-29: A One Act Play: (Flygirl)The theater version of when Ida Mae and Lily fly the B-29. Sit back, relax, and enjoy, ladies and gentlemen! Rated T for WWll stuff.
The Royal Diaries: Pensri, a Siamese Princess: Siam, 1862: (Dear America and King and I crossover) Hello, there! If you are reading this, then know that you have found the diary of Pensri, a twelve year old Siamese princess in 1862. Read along as she meets "Miss Anna", finds some new friends, and discovers a secret that could make Siam a territory of Great Britain... Enjoy! (DISCONTINUED)
Soaring Through The Stars: River's Companion: (Doctor Who) This a song fic about a fictional companion of River Song. Includes the Eleventh Doctor, Amy, and the TARDIS, but not by name. Don't expect the best song ever or a long song. Enjoy!
Important Life Lessons From Warriors (Don't try these at home, kids. Don't try these at home.)
Violence doesn't solve all problems, but it does solve some. And they should be solved very violently.
Your logic doesn't have to make sense if you're angry enough.
Killing your half-brother solves all of your problems for 6-12 months, depending on how evil he is.
Cats are really good at cleaning massive bloodstains.
Gaining nine lives causes you to die nine times as frequently as everyone else.
Highly organized colonies of feral cats have been living in the English countryside for over 60 years without being noticed by anyone.
Having fangirls gives you the right to do virtually anything without being considered evil *cough*Ashfur*cough*Scourge*cough*.
If you eat too much fish, your blood tastes fishy.
It's possible to complain about anything.
Happy endings are unrealistic.
Plans that rely on the cooperation of others have a tendency not to work.
God isn't going to do anything for you because he wants you to maintain both the freedom and the capacity to just get off your lazy butt and do it yourself.
The general public doesn't know anything. That includes yourself.
People who secretly like you make the best evil minions.
It's possible to not notice that you are pregnant.
The default response to being dumped by someone is to devote yourself to making them watch their family die slow, painful deaths.
If you try hard enough, you can be pregnant and give birth without anyone noticing.
Stars are really the spirits of dead cats.
War crimes are perfectly fine if God tells you to commit them.
Just because someone has gone to hell doesn't mean you don't have to deal with them anymore.
Don't mess with beavers.
Thunderstorms are inherently dramatic.
Forbidden relationships happen about as often as socially legitimate ones.
If you play with your food, an owl will come and eat you.
All squirrels are gray and all rats are brown.
Running into tunnels solves all problems.
The fastest cats are definitely almost always starving.
Rats are very likely to attack a cat.
Rats are mindless drones controlled by one leader.
Cats are cats, dogs are dogs. Cats and dogs are enemies. But a cat can lead dogs into attacking an entire clan all on their own.
Don't worry about fire. Just get yourself wet all over.
Cats don't always speak English.
Hey, humans! If you work hard enough, you'll be able to speak cat! I'm just warning you right now, your accent will most likely be terrible.
Squirrels have fluffy tails. Kittens have fluffy tails. Kittens can grow up to eat squirrels. Wait, what?
Salt water tastes awful.
Badgers understand English, but they sound like Yoda. Right, Midnight?
Cats can eat snails.
Spirit cats can teleport to wherever they are needed.
You can be brought back to life without anyone noticing.
Yew is bad.
If we did form a large group to share our prey, and work together, of all things, then it would mess up the entire story!
Never underestimate small cats. Ever.
It's impossible to please everyone.
Curiosity must be tempered with patience, knowledge is wasted on those without the wisdom to know how to use it, and wisdom comes only with time. (Thanks, Yellowing.)
You can seek revenge for practically anything.
If Dunkin' Donuts is what America runs on, then wouldn't it be responsible for all the stuff America's done wrong since 2006, when that slogan first started appearing on donut boxes? And here I thought that the cream inside of the vanilla cream donut was unsurpassed by anything on earth...
Banana Republic: the country where power is held by the bananas.
Is power a way for the people in charge to wage war with other countries?
Stereotypes? Those annoying beliefs people have about others that are usually wrong? Yeah, I don't like them either.
Imagine a world where there was no hatred. No, seriously, imagine.
Doesn't "lol" look like a drowning man? I bet he's not laughing out loud.
Isn't anyone going to say something about the Pixar lamp straight up murdering the I and then turning to stare at us as if to say, "You're next..."
Imagine your favorite character barging into your room this moment, grabbing your hand, and taking you with them into their world... Let's be honest though, most of us would be dead within a week.
That moment when you finish a book, look around, and realize that everyone is just carrying on with their lives as though you haven't just experienced emotional trauma at the hands of a paperback.
A Short Poem
(I don't know if this poem makes a whole lot of sense, but I wrote it, and can't exactly ask The New Yorker to publish it, so I guess my profile is as good a place as any.)
(I know, run-on sentence.)
I was so tired —I could not help
But close my eyes and sleep, and start to dream
Of meadows, light, of colors curling past,
Start to dream of people passing by,
Dream of people reaching—desperate—out to me,
Holding—a flicker, a burst awakened—and then letting go.
I let the fire stay awake—
I didn’t drown it, didn’t make it die.
When I woke up, it was almost gone,
Except for some small embers
Glowing slowly, the burning amber light of
Energy infinite trapped inside a few wispy specks.
Quotes and Quotes and Llamas and Quotes
Random quotes from around the world (wide web).
"DON'T YOU WANT TO GO TO 'HAPPY PIGGYLAND'?!"
-Lucy, to Linus, The Complete Peanuts, 1979 to 1980, page 35, middle strip
I believe in God, but I also believe in morality, which is doing what is right regardless of what I am told. Not in religion, which is doing what I am told regardless of what is right
I would rather be ashes than dust! I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot. I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.
– Jack London
The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.
The more I see of men, the more I like my dog.
-Madame de Staël
Present - that part of eternity dividing the domain of disappointment from the realm of hope.
- Ambrose Bierece
Life need not be easy, provided only that it is not empty.
Nothing is permanent in this wicked world–not even our troubles.
What makes you vulnerable makes you beautiful.
They might not need me; but they might. I'll let my head be just in sight; a smile as small as mine might be precisely their necessity.
Stranger, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you?
Authors like cats because they are such quiet, lovable, wise creatures, and cats like authors for the same reasons.
- Robertson Davies
Everyone who writes fanfiction has their place in continuing the story. Whether you're writing a what-if sequel, a story about a minor character, or something for a mysterious major character, you can still say, "Hey, I finally finished writing that story!"
We all can say that, one way or another.
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