Author has written 11 stories for Sailor Moon, Inuyasha, and Princess Tutu.
Konnichiwa! I'm forlornromanticist. Sorry my profile has been a bit outdated for awhile... anyway...
I live in the U.S.- Connecticut if wanna know-. I've heard all the places the wide variety of people on this site are from and I wish I were in a different place like Alaska, or Canada, England, Australia, JAPAN, hehe (actually i don't know anybody from Japan, but I'd LOVE to live there!) Connecticut is really boring if u live in the town I live in. I can totally see the whole Stepford wives' line that goes something like, "I thought of a place where I could put a town full of robots, and I thought-... Connecticut!" ~Stepford wives movie thing, lol. so true.
Hobbies: Dancing, Flute, eating, sleeping, sleeping during classes, singing (jus' for fun), hanging with friends, oh and Watching Anime of course! Oh, and teaching myself how to speak, write, and read Japanese. It's not as hard as people think ^ _~, still tricky tho. :)
If I had an anime character made after me it would probably be: some cute hairstyle, innocent- but yet can be totally evil- but in that scary and innocent way, swooning/ drooling over guys, friendly, hanging out w/ my friends all the time, klutzy, girl with a major crush that every time he walks by me in school, my heart flutters... _ he's so kawaii! lol _~
Fav. Animes: Sailor Moon, Inuyasha, Marmalade Boy (totally awesome don't mind the title), Full Metal Panic, Princess Tutu (again don't mind name, it's really a cute show!), Tenshi Muyo, Fruits Baskets, Cheeky Angel, Karin
"It's what you think of your story that counts a lot more than what others do. If you think you succeeded, then you did."
"You should feel accomplished when you finish a chapter. Every chapter comes together to make the perfect story."
"Writing a story is just like making a stew. If you only have the meat and vegetables, with no liquid sauce stuff, then it's just a potroast."
"When in doubt grab a fluffy pen."
"Writing is just like breathing, you shouldn't keep it in."