Author has written 21 stories for Romance, War, Life, Humor, General, Friendship, Love, School, Humor, and Horror.
Random bits and pieces from my head:
Xuewen is I, or The Writer Formerly Known as The Renaissance Song and Koleen Tameeks. (Thus quoth Prince once upon a time.)
No, don't run away! I'm a nice person, really. -smiles angelically-
Though you wouldn't want to take a trip through my mind, to use something my friend Mannon would say.
I love to make new friends, so add me on MSN or YIM if you wanna talk!
I have a new sexy crush, and his name is Joe -小综, if anyone cares-, and I love his new haircut! (He looked too much like a girl with his old hair, LOL.)
I changed my pen name to my real name because I was tired of answering the "What's your real name/ Is your pen name your real name" question over and over again. I'm lazy like that.
I'm redoing my profile now because I'm bored and because I don't want to swot for the Math Test (Differential Equations plus P&C, ick) tomorrow.
I'm v. Chinese in my beliefs and way of thinking for a girl with mixed heritage.
I wish that people will stop saying Eurasians are pretty because I'm not, and my revelation that I am always shocks them to the core. -snigger-
I like writing/reading fics/novels with an international cast, instead of All-American/British/Chinese/Fill-in-the-blank-with-another-race casts. It makes things much more interesting, no?
I usually stay away from angst-y or dramatic stories no matter how brilliant they are, because- hey, I cried and remained depressed for a week after reading Sparks' A Walk to Remember. Yes, I'm battier than a bat, I know.
I love the new James Bond- Daniel Craig! He is my new guilty pleasure. Sexay schmexay.
I'm ashamed of myself, because I look so much younger than my own age; to such an extent that it isn't funny anymore. Okay, maybe sometimes. But it's usually tiresome when people mistake me for jailbait.
I won't post my current age here just to be contrary- and I'll be able to act mysterious!- so if you really want to know, send me an email! To which I'll be really impressed at your tenacity, and but I'll probably not tell you anyway because that smacks too much of stalkerism. WAHAHAHA.
I think that's it. I can't think of anything else. Awww. -puts on best Just-For-Laughs voice- Muuummmyyyy, it's ovveeeerrrr!
News on 24th Jan '08:
OP Chapter Six is up + Explanation why OP is the way it is. Thanks to awestruck4!
News on 20th Jan '08:
OP Chapter 5 up! Read and review, please.
..Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
-Rhett Butler, Gone With the Wind.
Upcoming projects included:
Office Politics: She's the company's new talent. He's the CEO- and the boss' son. He thinks she's a hussy. She thinks he's one cliched arrogant bastard. What happens when people around them try to push them together and pull them apart simultaneously? (Written in the minimalistic format.)
Disjointed Souls, A Novella: They were in love. They got married. Somewhere along the line, love stepped over that thin line to become hate. And she has suffered a miscarriage. What is he going to do, abandon her? But she's his wife!
I Never: She’s loud. He’s soft. She hides her emotions behind a smile. He buries his passions behind a mask. She thinks she’ll never love again. He thinks he’ll never find someone to love him. Can these two lost souls find their missing half in each other through a drunken game of “I Never”?
Want to Bet?: She liked him. He didn't like her. So she didn't like him. Now they're working together. He makes a bet that she will fall for him. She overhears it. He tries his best. She brushes him off. But he's falling for her. She hates him. Now, what?
Amour Platonique?: They've always been the best of friends- or so he thought. Her opinion is otherwise, but he never listens, so what's the point? Sequel to Want to Bet?.
Pending drafts included:
Memoirs of a Martian: "See, people always say, women are from Venus, and men are from Mars. I'm a bloke. Therefore, it is logical to deduce that I am a Martian, using the hypothesis above. It's a memoir because 'diary' sounded prissy. Do you see a pink heart anywhere?"
Nominations and Awards:
Betrothal; nominated for: Most Humourous (Incomplete) -SKOW Awards Round One.
Best Cliche (Incomplete) -SKOW Awards Round One.