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Author has written 21 stories for Fantasy, General, War, and Essay.
Hobbies: Softball, badminton, drawing, simply doing aimless things
Music: (Currently) Classical score suites from movies (ei: Harry Potter, Chronicles of Narnia, Pirates of the Caribbean)
Books: Harry Potter (Big shocker), Divergent, Bleach, Graceling, Fire, Poisonwood Bible, Hate List, 13 Reasons Why (Really recommend this one), Before I Fall, The Telling Pool, Alex Rider, Ranger's Apprentice.
More: Simply speaking, I don't think I've really ever written too much stuff until 5th grade. Then I stopped until 7th which is when I began writing longer stories, but never poems. And after that, just ranting poems, etc. Then now. Due to the class I'm taking it is mandatory that I write. Quite interesting how the things make you evolve right?
Currently working on the installments of: fic not yet uploaded to Fictionpress
4/30/13 So the miserable writers block is just out of the way for now, not sure if I am in the clear yet. Right now, I have the next installment of Stone Heart Motivation half written, but don't know how that is going to fully turn out.
Something More Important is just a piece of work that I can get around to over the week, just contemplations to my life. So basically, just random writings that I can do that is neither consecutive, or may not be related to one another in anyway shape or form.They go in no particular order, though the first two are nature meditations.
Shipwrecked: Is my first completed multi-chaptered work. I ended the journey because I could not bear to leave it open. As a fellow reader of Fanfiction, it's a pain to read stories without endings. And after four months of not updating, I thought it was enough time to ponder over whether or not to close it or not, and I did so. The most updated version is on my AO3 account (called Eclipsing Sol). http://archiveofourown.org/users/Ventracere/profile
"To all my readers from FictionPress -- For being with me at the beginning and staying long after the end. Thank you for everything." -- S.J. Maas.
I am not going to lie, she had me at the words, "FictionPress". I couldn't help but look up her blog, as well as M. Hubbard, and the journey to the published world is truly inspiring for me. I have finished the book, and it was pretty well written. The heroine is strong and defiant, persevering despite being a little out of shape among other "champions" who wish to kill. Happy Reading? Yes. Definitely.
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