Author has written 10 stories for Naruto, Harry Potter, and Death Note.
Birthday: June 4th
Slytherin seeker (2010-11); Head of Ravenclaw, Master of Arithmancy, and Master of Dueling (2012-2013)
Martial Arts Schools: Tae-Kwon-Do 2nd Dan, Katori Shinto Ryu, Kendo, Zumba (lolz), paralyzing palm (dbl lolz)
Visual Artist; "shlupffer", kendoka (剣道か), Microsoft IME fanatic
Status: I give (good) fanart to writers on my alert list... If they update :wiggles eyebrows:
My First quidditch game:
First off, someone is writing fanfictions about Draco Malfoy and relating him to Holden Caulfield (I walked... because I didn't feel like getting in and out of another taxicab). I'm guessing it was Cheryl Dyson (you rule)! I laughed so hard when after I read Cather in the Rye and then read that fanfiction.
"I thought what I'd do, I'd pretend to be just another one of those deaf-mutes, or should I?" (Catcher in the Rye, Ghost in the Shell).
Notes to self:
Readers are usually fine with following conversations using just pronouns, or simply nothing at all:
"Hello," X said.
"Hey! What's up?." Said Y.
"Not much. You?."
"Ugh, my dog threw up on my shoes this morning."
"That's terrible, Y. Simply terrible."
"Oh, definitely, X." Said Y.
Essentially, once you establish which two people are talking, readers can follow the conversation with only the occasional name thrown in to keep them on track.
When the author throws in a descriptor in the middle of action or dialogue, it throws the story, especially if it is a re-statement. Descriptors feel distant. The character should be familiar enough to be thought of in terms of a name or pronoun. We don't think of people in terms of their physical traits except when we are first introduced to them.
I feel sad knowing there are not many Princess Ai stories, esp. because none are titled "Heart-Shaped Box." I feel sometimes like I am the only person who knows why Courtney Love wrote the manga. I hope God will forgive you, Kurt, and all the other depressed, morally good people who commit suicide. Anyone reading this, please don't. Even if you don't have friends IRL, you can take control and find things to do that you enjoy. Separate yourself from all the horrible realities. Read and write fanfiction! The ff.net community loves you for your contribution (so long as you practice proper grammar and strive to create un-cliches.)
Dedicated to all my favorite authors of Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger Romances!!
FANFICTION DOUJINSHIS!! They will never be finished, but I will try to get the OK to make doujins for AWESOME stories.
Browse gallery and click on something labeled "The Alternate Path."
This idea popped into my head after reading some orochisaku fics.
This is Sakura's daughter from "Dirty Little Secret" by Backslash Symphony
Friends on FF.Net (following):
Grangerous? I wish!
Lady Hanaka: Okay, more like my not-Idol (because of the whole monotheistic religion thing) than friend (unless she wants to be). I love her four-quel, Ripple in the Pond/Crimson Reflections/Maelstrom/Shisui. I'm probably gonna ask permission to start a doujinshi (edit: no, life is too hectic). I'll probably skip to Shisui and have some flashbacks to save my hand some agony.
Romantiscue: Leading the Hermione Narutoverse crossover race. I draw her stuff in hopes that she never suffer writers block. :knock knock knock on wood: Hopefully those wood sprites will go elsewhere and leave be.
I have a trailer for Haruno Sakura and the War of Two Worlds!
I have a better one now!
First Quidditch match. I was so nervous. Couldn't focus as well as I hoped on my homework. Forced myself to carb load. CAUGHT THE SNITCH! I pulled off a Harry Potter dive. I flew, if but for one or two seconds. The game stopped being a joke. The crowd doubled in the duration of the game--filled up the bleachers. About one hundred people enjoyed our quidditch match. It's a sport that's neither too long nor too short and doesn't take itself too seriously. It's friendly but competitive. A fraternity wants to start one (don't know if I want to play with them though, those overly aggressive football players). The Oklahoman interviewed us. Life is good for geeks on our quidditch team. Life is good. 110 to 50 Blue (vs Yellow).
Found out how to use the japanese characters on my keyboard. I hope you know your romanji.
Go to: It's easy, しゃんなろ！
I currently have no close friends IRL. The ones I have are as busy as I am. I have no one to complain, "Stop spending so much time with your boyfriend!" I wish I were in a Golden Trio; ah, to be thirteen again!
Pretty much in the same situation. Doesn't matter this year. This is the year I put my heart and soul into graduating the BME program... and martial arts!
1. Graduate 2. Move 3. If desperate, learn to play Magic the Gathering
My plan for making IRL friends. Engineering is surprisingly low on nerds and all the girls are so different (FUCK)!
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