Author has written 9 stories for General, Romance, and Young Adult.
previously known as twelfth.style
This is really random, but I've changed my pen-name. Oh well.
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To all my reviewers, I'm sorry if I don't reply your reviews. I used to do that for every review, but these days FP isn't very... let's just say, user-friendly. But don't doubt that I don't appreciate every single one of your reviews. You guys keep me writing!
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My name changes a lot, according to the folks at Starbucks from all over the world (or maybe just Europe). In Germany, I'm Kasi. In England, I'm Kesey. In Spain, I'm Casy. What can I say? I'm a chameleon.
I'm a university student; I major in English, minor in Media Studies, and hope to be a writer "when I grow up". I'm needing to grow up very, very soon. I am heartbroken that I will no longer be a German resident after 7th August, 2012. But if home is where the heart is, then home for me is in Stuttgart, Germany ("boring" as some people may call it). Even though right now I live in the Asian-Pacific region. I'm really just bilingual, even though I like to think of myself as trilingual. English is the language I'm most comfortable in, even though I didn't start learning it until age 3 or so. I love learning new languages, but lack the gumption to stick with it after a while. I "language-hop" a lot, so to speak. To my friends, I speak a weird mixture of all the languages I know. It's odd. I'm odd. I love rock music - I listen to it in English, German, and Japanese. I play the piano as well as the guitar and at one point in my life wanted to be a musician. But on the whole, I lead a pretty boring life. I do however like to make people laugh. And I like to tell stories.
And so here I am.
If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.
We must do extraordinary things. We have to. It would be absurd not to.
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
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