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Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter, Naruto, Bleach, and D N Angel.
Info: I'm just a normal girl. A bit of a nerd, and a musician, my dream is to write books on the side, and work as a Psychologist. Right now I'm majoring in Psychology, and minoring in Sociology. In December I'm going to achieve my Bachelors degree, and I plan on going to Grad School possibly for Child Psychology. I am starting to learn the Cello, Piano, and the Viola. I'm also a purple belt in karate, and an artist.
While I might forget a few, there are some stories that I would like known, simply because they are that good, and they are worth the read over and over again. I will be going through my stories, and putting them here, and considering the fact that I am at school, and I do have a life, it might take some time.
Still, despite that, I will be listing those stories that I enjoy and read often; the ones that strike a cord in you, whether they be horror, pure amusement, or happiness. I will be posting the stories that bring out true emotions.
Veil of Shadows by vvc. A Harry Potter Fanfiction
Evil Be Though My Good by Ruskbyte. A Harry Potter Fanfiction
The Wizard of Flaws by Nyx Fixx. A Hannibal Lector/Wizard of Oz Fanfiction
The Book of Naruto by HitokiriOTD. A Naruto Fanfiction
Frozen Moonlight by JaneDrew. A Rurouni Kenshin Fanfiction
Religious Artwork by ckret2. A Naruto Fanfiction
Dead Embarrassing by amitai. An Alex Rider Fanfiction
Make a Wish by Rorshach’s Blot. A Harry Potter Fanfiction
Erik: The Vampire Hunter by Elektra1. A Phantom of the Opera Fanfiction
The Barista by dietcokechic. A Stargate SG1 Fanfiction
Promise of a River by LadyRainStarDragon. A Spirited Away Fanfiction
Blood Dawn by Ravyn. A Rurouni Kenshin Fanfiction
On to the stories!
The actual stories my fanfiction originate from, DO NOT BELONG TO ME! They belong to whoever the authors are. The ideas for the fanfictions are mine however, unless stated otherwise.
Another thing. I am in a university, so I am really busy. Writing is not the highest priority in my life, my family, and my school is. Therefore, writing will not be as often as you beg it to be, especially since when I do write I'll probably be focusing more on the book I'm trying to publish rather then fanfiction, no matter how much fun it is. It probably won't help that drawing, my off semester online courses, and my (hopefully soon) job will be taking precedence.
92 percent of American teens would die if Abercombie and Fitch told them it was uncool to breathe. Copy this in your profile if you would be the 8 percent that would be laughing your butt off.
"I'm bringing sexy back..." Copy and paste this into your profile if you never even knew sexy was gone.
There's nothing wrong with arguing with yourself. It's when you argue with yourself and LOSE when it's weird. If you agree, copy this and put it in your profile.
If you measure the distance between destinations in hours, copy and paste this into your profile.
93 percent of American teens would have a severe emotional breakdown if someone called them a freak. If you're a part of the 7 percent who would ask the person, "What was your first clue?", copy this into your profile.
And one that is an absolute must, and taken from the incredible profile of Green Jewels, http://www.fanfiction.net/u/180221/Green_Jewels . Enjoy it. I definitely did. As did my roommate, amusingly enough.
"The Line": There are oodles of cliches in this genre. The basic premises are rehashed over and over and over again, ad infinitum. If you've been a fan for any length of time, you know what I mean. And that's fine; there's nothing wrong with a few good old cliches once in a while. Their familiarity is comforting; like slipping into a warm bath. I re-read old favorites constantly. But there's one thing I simply, absolutely can not stand in a Lecterfic, and that is "The Line."
The Line can appear in so many diverse forms, it's sometimes hard to catch upon first glance. It's so innocuous, so very innocent sounding that it slips through even a seasoned writer's editing process. It's insidious, and must be stopped!
It lurks, stalking an author's subconscious, waiting to pounce onto the screen without warning. When manifested, it's Starling... Poor, poor Starling, upon whom The Line is foisted, with the intent of making her out to be an absolute master of observation and nuance. Fic writers have forced her to exclaim it upon coming home, waking up, turning around, opening a door, seeing a reflection in a mirror, entering an elevator, her car, her office, an attic, a cemetery, and Mapp's half of the duplex. She's asked it in Florence, Greece, Rome, New York, London, Peking, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and even Australia. It's the horror of horrors, the bad seed of Lecterverse dialog, the most heinous grouping of words ever put together in a fanfiction... it's... it's...
"Dr. Lecter! What are you doing here?"
Bow your heads with me and mourn the passing of a dear and very old friend. Alas dear Prose, we knew ye well.
Be wise and be vigilant, writers. The Line assumes many forms. It can be the all-time basic classic, or any one of a myriad of variations. Some that come to mind are, "Dr. Lecter, what on earth are you doing here?" to the bare bones, completely anonymous, "Why are you here?" As long as it's said by Starling to Dr. Lecter, upon her registering his presence, it counts.
Cheese in lasagna is awesome. But finding it in a Lecterfic is like finding a toenail in your soup. It ain't supposed to be there, folks.
From the Vampiric Council regarding Stephanie Meyer
From the Council Chambers of the Association of Vampiric Activities Worldwide
Regarding those of the Vampire race in the Cullen family and the now-former human Isabella Swan, with the following issues brought before Stephanie Meyer.
It has come to our attention that your creation's popularity among humans - particularly adolescent females - has been on the rise as of late. While we do respect those promoting our kind who achieve fame and glory, we nevertheless must hold you accountable for promoting several grievous misconceptions about our race.
Grievance the First: Lifestyle
It has been discovered through various interviews with readers and fans that you claim the following: Vampires do not sleep, breathe, or eat. Additionally, you state that Edward Cullen drinks animal blood to avoid biting humans. To begin, Vampires should generally sleep in a coffin containing the soil of their homeland. It is not a necessity, but it is highly recommended to preserve vitality. This is a fact that has been laid down since the time of our most ancient ancestor Ch'thon. The concept of not needing to breathe is foolish. Certainly the more powerful among us consider breathing a hobby, however a study of the Cullen family reveals that none of them are at such a level. The consumption of animal blood is something you are only partially correct on. It is common knowledge that nothing can surpass 100 percent genuine virgin blood in terms of performance enhancement. Animal blood works in emergencies, but fresh human blood - preferably virgin - is the status quo.
Furthermore, if our kind were to feed solely on animals with lower-quality blood, feedings would increase and it would cause potential instability in the planetary food chain and we could all very well end up extinct.
Grievance the Second: Method
Your portrayal of Edward Cullen in particular is a slight affront to our race. He is described using reference from the novels in the following way:
"Edward, like all Vampires in the Twilight series, possesses superhuman beauty, strength, speed, endurance, and agility. His scent and voice are enormously seductive, so much so that he occasionally sends Bella into a pliant daze entirely by accident."
Our abilities do vary, so thankfully the idea of Edward being a fast mover is not an affront to us. The rest of the description, however, we take exception to. While the idea of our race being a sexual one by nature is indeed true, Vampires are quite adept at restraint of libido. We remain unobtrusive as need dictates, and merely charming when appropriate. Methods of seduction are to be employed against humans only when a Vampire has reached a state of mental maturity. The idea that Edward - being so young mentally - practically radiates lust is ridiculous. If Isabella Swan is indeed swooning around one such as him, the cause is more than likely akin to a pungent smother than an aromatic caress.
A requested message from Proinsias Cassidy states that one need not "look like a total (expletive deleted) wanker t'get some (expletive deleted)." To express things more eloquently, we wish you would cease writing things in an apparent state of self-induced arousal.
Grievance the Third: Concerning Isabella Swan
As is most likely obvious by now, the brunt of our displeasure with you seems to focus on Edward Cullen. Also of concern to us is your handling of the human Isabella Swan. While member Seras Victoria points out that Vampires can indeed fall in love with humans, such likelihood seems to fade as the Vampire grows more accustomed to their lifestyle. The near-immediate conversion to a Vampiric state to further develop a relationship is permissible and indeed encouraged. Unfortunately in your story, it seems it takes most of the series before this happens.
By all rights, only a fresh Vampire would be so hesitant to turn the target of their affection to their kind, as they would still cling to humanity. You state that Edward has been alive since the early 1900's. He should have shed such a connection to Humanity by this time. Furthermore, Vampires are generally not driven to attempt suicide simply because of badly-handled romantic situations.
Grievance the Fourth: Concerning Power
Stated above, powers do vary within, and a Vampire's abilities may even change as they gain power and status.
Default Vampire powers are the following:
Note that some Vampires may not possess these abilities, and some may possess others. Edward's current lineup of abilities is largely satisfactory, although we must state that no human is immune to a Vampire's telepathy. The idea of 'injecting venom into the heart' to convert a human to a Vampire is nonsense. Drinking a humans blood first renders them weak, and if a human is severely drained by a Vampire, only then do they themselves become a Vampire.
Additionally, the concept of Vampires having such varied powers among their own kind for the reason you describe is largely ridiculous. Vampires gain and perfect powers as they mature. Please realize that the varied capabilities of the Volturi are primarily telepathic in basic nature, and that the elementalist abilities of the Egyptian Coven's member Benjamin is more akin to the misrepresented nature of the so-called 'ninjas' of "Naruto" rather than the true abilities of any Vampire.
Furthermore, the idea of Vampires sparkling in sunlight is seen by us as truly nothing more than a foolish plot device. The most powerful of us are merely annoyed by sunlight, while the vast majority would - as member Proinsias Cassidy describes - "go up like six tons of Symtex."
President Vlad Dracula would like to state that even if you were a virgin he would not drink from you, for it would only sully our race.
Member Proisias Cassidy's message has been removed due to generally inappropriate language.
Member Saya Otonashi commends you on including a character who wishes to become a Vampire, however she feels offended that such a character would change so swiftly and practically throw her character away when changing so.
Member Angelus advises that the next time Edward Cullen feels jilted in his love life, that he try to sort out the problem himself.
Member Louise de Pointe du Lac recalls his own experience in Human-Vampire relations and cannot help but wonder how Isabella might have fared if she had met Lestat.
Member Seras Victoria wishes she could sparkle in the sunlight too. She has been reprimanded.
-We must commend you on the concept of the Volturi, although we find their policies regarding knowledge of our kind and dislike of Vampire children to be largely pointless.
-In anticipation of potential backlash regarding oddities among our own race, we wish to settle the following disputes here and shortly. First, concerning the unique nature of Vampires in Saya Otonashi's place of residence, human experimentation has muddled our kind their. The Chiropteran and Cavalier race are genetic deviants. Secondly, Proinsias Cassidy has quietly informed us that he had his fangs filed into normal incisors so as to avoid unwanted attention among humans. Furthermore, Louise de Pointe du Lac has commented on a new Vampire's need to bite and drink from the one who created them. This is not a necessary act and it has been concluded that this is an act done by some to give a Vampire their first blood until they are strong enough to feed themselves.
-In reference to your typical styles of romance, we have made contact with huntress Selene concerning her escapades with the Lycanthrope race.
-We are aware that the Count currently living on Sesame st. as well as Count Chocula do not conform to the standards set by the Council, however their actions and lifestyle are acceptable as they are useful for drawing in children.
-It is the esteemed belief of this Council that in cinematic portrayals of our race, Bela Lugosi and Tom Cruise make far better Vampires than Robert Patterson.
Post-script: Should you happen to be in contact with the esteemed Mr. Richard O'Brien before we are, please remind him that Transylvania is not 'trans-sexual', and we have no record of 'sweet transvestites' living here. The tourists are becoming annoying.
Post the Council's letter in your profile if you completely agree with them. I know I do.
I thought I was going to die of laughter when I read this. So true. This is perfect.
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