Author has written 4 stories for Chobits, Yu-Gi-Oh, Harry Potter, and Yu Yu Hakusho.
You may notice(eventually, after I get farther along in some of my fics) that they all follow a similar plot line, in a couple of ways. like there's always a new character, generally a girl, who's "mysterious". guess it's kinda like dan brown (not to shame the excellent writer by putting his name on a stupid page like this). I also NEVER have an ending planned out for my story. this causes it to unneccesarily lag on and on after it's dead. (This actually hasn't happened yet.) (emphasis on "/yet/") I LOVE parentheses(as you may have realized). i have lots of problems updating. (things seem to constantly get in my way.) i love anyone who reviews, even flames. (although i usually read the flames super-fast) (hehe)(_;;)
Awesome-est Quotes (to me, at least)
" 'Mom,' said Peter, ' nobody thinks you're a lackwit, if that's what you're worried about.
'Lackwit? In what musty drawer of some dead English professor's dust-covered desk did you find that word? I assure you that never in my worst nightmares did I ever suppose that I was a lackwit.' "
- Shadow Puppets by Orson Scott Card
" '...Come, therefore, and let us fling mud at them!' "
- The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
" 'Beware the Ides of March.' "
- Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
" 'You said I killed you - haunt me then.' "
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
" HIGGINS (in despairing wrath outside): What the devil have I done with my slippers? (He appears at the door).
LIZA (snatching up the slippers, and hurling them at him oneafter the otherwith all her force): There are your slippers. And there. Take your slippers; and may you never have a day's luck with them! "
- Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
"He glared. 'You think because I'm an Egyptian, because I don't speak la-di-da fancy Greek like you, I'm nobody?' "
- Cleopatra's Heir by Gillian Bradshaw
"It seemed that you stood before me; as you might have been
- "CaesarionΚαισαρίωνος" by Constantine P. Kavafy (1918)
" Ani came over to Caesarion where he sat morosely at the stern. He drew a deep breath and stretched happily. 'This is the way to travel!' he declared.
Caesarion looked at him sideways. "
- Cleopatra's Heir by Gillian Bradshaw Please read the book; you'll understand why this is ironically funny.
Horus name: Hunu
Ptolemaios Kaisar Filopatwr Filomhtwr.Καισαρίων
Εν μέρει για να εξακριβώσω μια εποχή,
Οταν κατόρθωσα την εποχή να εξακριβώσω
Α, να, ήρθες συ με την αόριστη
Κωνσταντίνος Π. Καβάφης (1918)Caesarion
Partly to verify an era,
When I had managed to verify the era
Behold, you came with your vague
Constantine P. Cavafy (1918)