Author has written 12 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Star Trek: 2009, and Thor.
To make a long story short, I'm making this profile for privacy from real life. Stories here will focus a lot on Hetalia, but you'll probably get some other stuff tossed in there as well.
You can call me Hera (a nickname which inspired that pen name up there) if you like, but Angela works too. I'm a sixteen year-old girl currently going through all honors classes in high school, so updates will be incredibly sporadic - my most sincere apologies, I hate it when people take forever to update as I lose track of the plot, so I'll try and keep regular updates coming.
My favorite shows include Hetalia, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Sherlock, Hannibal (which is really disturbing yet also really good so I just kinda go with it), and the occasional episode of Torchwood. I don't watch very much at a time, though, since it's just depressing. Jack/Ianto will always have a special place in my heart nonetheless. Hardcore Trekkie all the way, Star Trek TOS is absolutely magnificent, and while I don't have time for the other series just yet I'm working on it. The new movies are also pretty good even though they're screwing with canon. And then there's Babylon 5 which is probably still one of my top-five favorites. Definitely still one of my top-five favorites. I love that show.
So as some of you are possibly aware, down in the story section of this page there's a large amount of stories involving America (Hetalia) and his fifty states. Or maybe a not-so-large amount, but I'm hoping it'll get there. I'm going to be throwing up some basic information about these stories and do my best to keep it updated. Eventually, I'll try and have a link to where you can find everyone's name/personality/general appearances/etc...
Point One: All of these stories are part of the same AU, unless I specifically say otherwise.
Point Two: It's always been a personal headcanon of mine that America isn't actually stupid, he just feels the urge to lighten the mood by acting that way. He also lets his mouth keep talking without actually thinking about what he's saying, leading to some rather embarrassing moments. As such, in this 'verse, America is not stupid, and neither are his children. Generally.
Point Three: The States list their official ages as the date they joined the Union, their "birthdays" so to speak. Physically, the thirteen original colonies appear to be around seventeen or eighteen, and the youngest (Alaska and Hawaii) look around six. However, much like the personification of America was found by England quite a long time before the Revolutionary War, America started finding his states before they actually became states.
Point Four: The personified states and countries generally do not hate each other on principle
Chronological Order of Stories:
All Through the Night - Despite the whole nation-state thing and those weird age differences they've got going on, America has always been, first and foremost, a father.