Author has written 7 stories for Fantasy, General, Love, and Haiku.
Hey, my name is Bugoutcomedy. No, that is not my real name nor will I tell you my real name. I am a thirteen-year-old girl with a talent for writing. My aunt is an author and helps me with some of my stories. My favorite genre to write is fantasy, and I am really good at writing fight scenes. If someone reviews one of my stories, I usually PM them telling them thanks then check out what they have written, so if you want me to read one of your stories, I would be happy to. That's all for now! Bug
I'm not normal, but it's fine by me.
I do the cartoon walk in public. You got a problem with that?
Save the Earth, it's the only planet with chocolate!
You laugh at me because I'm insane. I laugh because you just figured it out.
WARNING: I'm obsessed with perfection; I hate the nagging feeling I get when something doesn't turn out the way I want it to. So, my warning, at some point in time, I will probably rewrite my stories. Most of the rewrites will be of my older stories.
ANOTHER WARNING: When I write a story, I have no idea where it will take me. Meaning I have a vague idea of what will happen, but most of it comes to mind then I write it down. So, be patience with me and don't be surprised if I kill a story due to lack of ideas.
If you hear voices of the characters in your head...copy and paste this on your profile.
You Know You're a Book Addict If:
You can randomly open to a page and know exactly what's going on.
Read the book until 4 A.M., then get back up at 7 to continue reading.
You try to get all of your friends (and everyone else) to read your favorite books.
Everything reminds you of the book.
You quote random lines all the time.
You try to do things that the characters do, even though you know you can't.
You've gotten incredibly bored in class, and debated on doing something your favorite character can do to escape the class.
You've got a book memorized.
You've read a book more than five times.
You've read a book with 400 pages in less than two days.
You've planned and prepared a siege on a writer's house because he/she killed a character you like
You hate it when someone calls your favorite character fictional.
You blatantly deny it when someone calls a character fictional.
Your idol is a character from a book.
YOU KNOW YOU'RE AN AUTHOR IF...
You talk to yourself a lot.
You talk to yourself about talking to yourself.
When you talk to yourself you often talk to yourself like you're talking to someone else.
After uttering a profound piece of wisdom like that above, you stare at the cookie in your hand with awe and say, "Wow,this stuff is great for sugar highs...'
You live off of sugar and caffeine
You'll check your e-mail every day of the week and then disappear off the face of the earth.
You're e-mails tend to be pages long and incredibly random.
When replying to an e-mail, you'll never actually address the point of it.
No matter where you are in a room you never have to get up to find a pen/pencil and paper.
The letters on your keyboard are wearing off.
Your friends and family think that you have carpal tunnel syndrome.
You zone out even with other people.
You constantly start talking in third person, present or past tense.
Your friends stopped looking at you funny for no apparent reason a loooooong time ago.
You're profile is REALLY long.
Your computer runs out of memory.
You can't stop writing!
Your parents take away your computer, and you almost die. Literally.
You would rather talk to the voices in your head than the person sitting next to you.
You would rather write than go out.
Your/you’re and their/there/they’re errors send you into an apoplectic fit.
You get cranky if you don’t get to write.
You’ve ever said, “The voices are getting louder; I must go write.”
When talking with others, you mentally edit their dialogue.
You’ve heard/seen something and thought, 'I need to write that down.'
You wake up in the middle of the night and scramble for the pen and paper you keep next to your bed to write down a scene to make the voices be quiet so you can get some sleep.
Getting the scene finished is more important than food, coffee, or the bathroom.
A blank wall becomes the screen where the scene you’re writing takes place right in front of your eyes.
The easiest way for you to deal with conflict is to go home and write it into your story.
You purposely eavesdrop when out in public.
You enjoy reading mostly so you can analyze the author's writing style and use it to work on your own style.
You'd rather talk to your characters than the people in the room.
You can’t write because you’re mad at one of your characters.
You argue with said character (and even lose sometimes).
You wake up at 3:00am with an idea for a plot and immediately grab a pencil and paper, and rather than go back to sleep you stay up the rest of the night fleshing out your plot and developing characters. Then you stay so focused on it that you don't feel your lack of sleep until the following morning.
You have a folder on your computer labeled “Ideas.” Some of the files within this folder have only one or two words or sentences and while they made perfect sense fifteen years ago, between the software changes in that period of time garbling half the words and your own faulty memory, you have no idea what it means or where you were going with it. But you keep it anyway because you never know, you might remember it eventually.
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