Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter, Rise of the Guardians, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Hello! I'm Wolfie :)
I'm 15 years old and absolutely love books, and pizza, and ice cream, and gummy bears and all things generally bad for my health but delicious to put in my mouth anyway. And snow! Winter is my favourite season, mostly because it never snows where I live. It's summer all year round, and the only two kinds of weather you would get here is raining and not-raining. So I daydream about snowmen and frozen lakes and snowball fights and sledding.
Books I fandom over: PJO, HP, Warm bodies, The Book Thief, The Timekeeper, The five people you meet in Heaven
Favourite movies: How To Train Your Dragon, Rise of the Guardians, Brave, Tangled :P
Disney and DreamWorks all the way!
Well, I read lots of HTTYD and ROTG fanfiction. It especially amazes me, the level of writing for some of the HTTYD ones. How do you people do that? Come up with a story line and actually manage to go through with it? Along with the right amount of sarcasm, humour and mush. At any rate, I think it's amazing.
Another thing, ROTG pairings disturb me, especially JackRabbit. It's a children's movie, please and thank you, why would you write something like that? Yes, I know, I know, "don't like don't read", but the one time I innocently clicked on a fanfiction with JackRabbit in the summary, and I didn't know what it was (I thought it was going to involve the Guardians finding a jackalope and bunny hybrid or something along those lines), well...let's just say I've steered clear of the romance genre in ROTG ever since. Hmm...a jackalope and bunny hybrid, maybe I'll write something about that.
I find the phrase "don't like don't read" very... annoying. There isn't any other way to describe my utter hatred for this phrase. It's like saying you don't care what you're writing about or what people think of it and that's just insulting or defensive at the best of times. As you can see, I'm also a very opinionated person.
To my wonderful readers who have followed my story “Quest to kill” (I really should change the title but then I worry you wouldn’t be able to recognise the story anymore), I am so so sorry I have not updated since September. Was it September? I’m not sure, but that’s what the bottom of the summary says so let’s just go with that. The reason for my neglect is debatable, from being too lazy to being too busy (obviously a terrible lie). The most acceptable answer, however, is because ROTG has taken over my fanfiction life. The story ideas are endless! And though rather unoriginal, I really want to try my hand at writing these out. So let me take this sidetrack before I veer back to the main road of PJO and HP crossovers. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I will not abandon my fic, cross my heart and hope to die, I swear! Abandonment is cruel…but then so is neglect and suspense and painful cliffhangers. Oh well. Can’t please everyone.
I’ve also taken down my poetry fic because I went back and reread it and then thought it best if I left that particular genre alone, as well my English and everyone else’s unscarred.
Okay, well, enough about me. Bye! :)
The PJO pledge:
I promise to remember Percy, whenever I'm at sea.
I promise to remember Annabeth, whenever a spider comes at me.
I promise to protect nature, for Grover's sake of course.
I promise to remember Luke, whenever my heart fills with remorse.
I promise to remember Chiron, whenever I see a sign that says "free pony ride".
I promise to remember Tyson, whenever a friend says they'll stick by my side.
I promise to remember Thalia, whenever a friend is scared of heights.
I promise to remember Clarisse, whenever I see someone that gives me a fright.
I promise to remember Bianca, whenever I see a sister scold her younger brother.
I promise to remember Nico, whenever I see someone who doesn't get along with others.
I promise to remember Zoe, whenever I watch the stars.
I promise to remember Rachel, whenever a limo passes my car.
I promise to remember PJO where ever I may go!