Author has written 8 stories for Death Note, One Piece, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Aladdin.
Hello there! *Waves* Um, I'm not really sure what I'll be writing about. It'll just be whatever I can come up with. Probably nothing good, but whatever. And I probably won't update regularly either. So yeah. Sorry about that, to whatever fans out there that I doubt I actually have.
Anywho, I guess I should tell you about myself now...
Name: Yeah, no. That's for me to know, and for you to probably never figure out. If you want to call me something though, call me Yami. Or Kairia. They're both me, just different parts. Yami's the darker part currently plotting the doom of all the people who ignored us and/or who we hate (Dwyer I'm gonna actually kill you). Kairia is the lighter, more innocent part that holds Yami back. I'm not schizophrenic, I just have usually have two ways I want to react to things: How society would like me to, and how I'd prefer to, and I've given both impulses a name. I compartmentalize.
Age: I could tell you, but I don't really feel like it. Sorry.
Likes: Reading pretty much anything (except non-fiction cause it's boring and I don't have the attention span for it), watching anime, reading, playing video games, all languages in general though more specifically Japanese right now, reading, listening to music, and practicing my Japanese with my dad. Oh, and have I mentioned reading? Let's see, what else...Oh, I LOVE to sleep.
Dislikes: Lots of things. However, I'm not going to try to tell all of them. It would take way to long. And add to the long profile I already have. And I would have to update my profile quite often to add something I'd forgotten. But some things I especially loathe are prejudice, racism, people who harm/judge others because of racism/sexism/religionism(not a word), righteous things like that. I, myself, try not to judge others on superficial things. I usually succeed, thankfully. I'd say hypocrisy, but then I'd be hating myself, because I'm a hypocrite sometimes too, even if I try not to be. Sheeple. I really don't like sheeple. And fucking Dwyer.
If you approve gay-marriages put this in your profile and add your name to the list: Gaara's-pandachan101, art-is-a-BANG-2-hard-to-resist, Lee-All-The-Way, Starship13, Wistful-Dreamer, Calypphire, Shadow-Ravin, BlackPheonix913, Valerya Potter, Dowash, Phoenixsapphira, yamiyugi23, Kairia'sYami
There are no sexualities. You love who you love and that's that. It's not restricted to one gender, no matter what gender it is. If you agree, copy & paste this into your profile.
So, here are some random quotes that I like. I didn't come up with any of them, and many of them I don't remember where I got them from.
"Don't knock on Death's door. Ring the bell and run. He hates that."
"Every day may not be good. However, there is something good in every day."
"To the World, you may be one Person. However, to one Person, you may be the World."
"In this world, there is no such thing as a minor character. Because in your story, you're the Star."
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain."
"Flying is easy. You just throw yourself at the ground and miss."
"Knowledge is power...power corrupts...study hard and be Evil."
"Christmas is canceled. Apparently someone told Santa you had been good this year and he died laughing."
"Nobody is perfect. I am nobody. Therefore I am perfect!"
"Someday my Prince will come. He just took a wrong turn, got lost and is too stubborn to ask for directions."
"Don't set your sights as high as the sun, or you'll only get burned, but don't set them as low as the ground either, because then you'll never learn how to fly." (I got this from hathanhate's profile. It's his quote.)
"If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried."
"Never say 'Things couldn't get any worse.' God takes that as a personal challenge."
"To me, the glass is always full; one half is water, one half is air."
"There are three kinds of people: The ones who learn by reading. The ones who learn by observation. And the rest of them who have to touch fire to learn that it’s hot."
"A friend is someone who will help you move. A BEST friend is someone who will help you move a dead body."
"Don't annoy the author. She may put you in a book and kill you."
When you were younger and to this day, you dream and prayed every prayer that you could one day have an adventure of your own.
You would start off all alone and run from every battle. You couldn't fight but you had both determination and an amazing amount of luck, so you would survive. Eventually you would meet others who you would be wary of at first but along the way you would become the greatest of friends. Your friendship would rival that of Merlin and King Arthur, Frodo and Sam, Fred and George, Lucy and Natsu, Naruto and Sasuke.
Soon, after a near death experience, you would have to learn to fight. When you do, with experience you gain names for yourselves. The titles you receive are slightly dark and maybe even a little clichéd. This only serves to make people cautious with you but with kind actions and words you gain their trust, one person at a time. You start changing the world slowly yet surely.
And one day after many battles, laughs, bonds and cheers you would fall asleep. Only to wake up in a bedroom that you hadn't seen since the night before you started your adventure. You would look down at your hands and watch as tears fell down on your no longer battle worn, younger palms for you would have realized...that it was all just a dream.
You pretend that life from then on is how it should be. Nobody realises that your smiles are painstakingly painted on or that your voice is empty of emotion, that your eyes hold only a dulled sadness. Of course they wouldn't, you had no bonds as strong as the ones you had with your friends in your dreams.
Life would have moved slowly with the years and you would have grown up. But you never forgot your dream years and it still hurt to think about them. One day you accidently collided with a girl in the corridor of your work place. You quickly help her up and then your eyes met. It was her. Your first friend from your dreams. The two of you look confused for a small while before she smiles and apologises and leaves. She doesn't know you.
You cant help it anymore, you breakdown in sobs and tears before rushing home. When you arrive you quickly locate a pen and pencil. Why? Because before you go crazy you need to see your adventure written down. Your legend. Because you know that this is the only way you can return to your dreams, writing.
(Copy this if by writing you are living your dreams through the characters on your tear stained pages. Because one day you woke up and realised that maybe you wont be getting your adventure in this lifetime.)
All credits of this beautiful speech goes to Nic-n'-Nyx.
To all other young fiction authors out there. Copy and paste if you wish. It just needs to be said, and needs to be heard;
You may be a reject. You may not be smooth with the spoken word. You may be the most popular kid in school. You may be the boss at your office. You may be short or tall or heavy or light or anorexic or white or dark or struck by an unfriendly label. You may be the homeless guy on the corner or the one inside the store signing books as you hand them out. You may listen to Justin Bieber or to Three Days Grace. But what you are is a writer; never doubt the power of what you can do. Tell me, what did you learn more from this year; the President, or the Hunger Games? The senator or Rick Riordan? The public speaker or Clarissa Fray? Your boss or Pi Patel? American Idol or the Twilight Saga? A list of facts or Harry Potter? Which of them stole the most of your time? Which is more well-known?
It's the book. Every time. People fail to realize flaws in our society in their own lives, but they see it in District Twelve and in the Capitol. Books make clear what we can't see with the naked eye. Authors are the ones that speak to people's hearts. Writers are the ones people turn to for lessons and entertainment. It's been this way for thousands of years. We are the teachers of every child who opens a book. The themes we write are the themes they learn. We are there in every life, a quiet influence bound in a pretty cover, months' worth of work and reading, colored with imagery built around the lightning rod of an unforgettable plot line. A story spent months reading is memorable more than a speech listened to for just five minutes. I can't name all the leaders of the world right now, nor what they decide to preach about, but I can tell you all the characters from Percy Jackson, and every little thing they taught me. And they are things worth learning.
So don't think there's a better way to make a point. Don't think there's a better way to reach your audience. Fiction stories have been striking the hearts of their readers farther back than anyone alive can remember. And striking the heart is what makes literature so different from everything else. Don't ever doubt your ability to show someone something new, to teach them a life lesson, or the importance of what you have to say. Say it in this foreign language everyone knows. Decorate it with characters and light it with sights and smells and sounds and touches and tastes and give it to the public gift-wrapped with your finest effort. Because I guarantee you, someone is bound to hear you clearer than they've heard anyone else before.
I hope you've found some words of inspiration. The world needs it desperately. Do us all a favor, all you writers, and come out of hiding. We've had the greatest influence of all over people of the past, and as we act now, we are the ones influencing the future. We have more knives and pens than the BVB Army, more sway in society than the Senate (whom we have proved this to before), more power than any celebrity you could name. I'm calling on you now. Rise up. I dare you to write something today that readers won't forget. I challenge you to make someone cry with one thin little page of text. I urge, no, I demand you to put something down on paper that'll be copied and produced and remembered for longer than Ancient Mythologies have been. I dare you to slam a revolving door. I demand you to write a message in the folds of a book and watch how, in awe, people unwrap it. Watch your footprints stand bold against the falling snow and refuse to be covered. It is all possible, I assure you. You have no idea just what power you hold in a pen - or a keyboard - until you use it.
And right now, the world needs you to use it more than ever.
We, writers, have made history. We were the ones to record it. And that ability has not changed at all, just our awareness and will to use it. We were given the gift language and storytelling for a reason.
This is that reason. It's calling. So ask yourself what message you want to send. Ponder about what you want to say. Because the world is listening to us above all other beings currently on this earth. Us, not the movies, not the official-labeled politicians, not the superstars. And it's our job to give it a story that's worthwhile.