Author has written 8 stories for Lord of the Rings, Warriors, Wild Kratts, Cats, Doctor Who, Discworld, Master and Commander, Harry Potter, and Chronicles of Narnia.
Salve! Quid est supra . . . urgh, I don't know Latin for "up".
I'm a Catholic (or trying to be), homeschooled (more or less) teenage girl, with the social awkwardness stereotypical of homeschoolers and the love of fanfiction stereotypical of teenage girls. I might write for The Lord of the Rings, Discworld (if I dare try to imitate that brilliant writing), Patrick O'Brian's "Aubrey & Maturin" books (though again, the writing will be hard to live up to), Sherlock Holmes (books or BBC series), The Mysterious Benedict Society and sequels, Harry Potter, CATS (the musical), Wild Kratts, Ranger's Apprentice, or . . . almost anything. Sesquipedalian verbosity is no bar to liking something, and neither is smash-the-screen-with-your-head cheesiness (at least not once you can afford a new TV).
I like camping, canoeing, and tae kwon do, but hardly ever get to do them. And I'm learning Latin, because after that Spanish, Italian, and all Romance languages are supposed to be easy, so I can become a POLYGLOT! Muahahahaha LINGUISTIC DOMINATION . . . ahem, never mind.
Oh, and my brother's got an account now too! He's a heartless cookie, apparently.
I don't come here very regularly (usually when I'm four weeks through my Five-Week Obsession Period and have exhausted every online discussion of my current fandom that I can find), and most of what I publish will be drivel under 1,000 words long, but I've recently discovered I like to review things at length. This is what I try and fail to do to books in the aforementioned online discussions, but what I can just about succeed at with a short fanfiction. So be prepared.
Some Copypasta (for those who like it):
Copy-and-paste this if you hate it when people say, "98% of people are heartless jerks (or else they like Justin Bieber), and unless you share or forward or copy-and-paste this, YOU"RE ONE OF THEM!!!!!!"
If you were ever almost guilt-tripped into copypasting something, but then decided not to because you'd be guilt-tripping other people . . . copy-and-paste this. If you want to, I mean. No trouble.
If you think sausage tastes better with syrup, copy-and-paste this and make people wonder what the heck that has to do with anything.
If Stephen Maturin is your life's hero too, then for all love copy-and-paste this, and tell me!
Copy-and-paste this if you like to praise things so extremely people think you're being sarcastic when you're just being hyperbolical. Hey, just because it's the best thing in the world doesn't mean it's bad!
Sir Christopher Lee passed away just recently on June 7, 2015. Copy and Paste this and add your name to the list, as a little memorial to him, one of the greatest British actors of our day, whom I first knew as Saruman the white. We remember you, Sir Christopher Lee, thank you for sharing your greatness with the world. ~ThurinRanger, Anne Onymus
If you have inside jokes...with yourself...copy and paste this into your profile.
“You tell me that you have both fire and water, ice and heat in your heart, passions as well as God, one candle burning to Saint Michael and the other to the devil. Do not worry: as long as you are trying to struggle, there are not two candles burning in your heart, but only one, that of the Archangel.” -Bl. Jose Maria Escriva
“Better to light a flamethrower than curse the darkness.” -Sir Terry Pratchett
“Cheer up! Have you no aim in life?”
She tenderly inquired.
“An aim? Well, no, I haven't, wife;
The fact is—I have fired.”
Grammar is my best friend, but no one reasonable in the world would claim that that means I can't play practical jokes on him.