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Author has written 4 stories for Fantasy, Romance, and General.

When I heard the learn'd astronomer;
When the proofs, the figures, were ranged in columns before me;
When I was shown the charts and the diagrams, to add, divide, and measure them;
When I, sitting, heard the astronomer, where he lectured with much applause in the lecture-room,
How soon, unaccountable, I became tired and sick;
Till rising and gliding out, I wander'd off by myself,
In the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time,
Look'd up in perfect silence at the stars.
"When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" by Walt Whitman. Also known as the best poem ever.

So yeah. I'm Fedorable. Pleased to meetcha.

I'm seventeen, I live in southern California (no, I don't see Speidi or Lauren Conrad walking around all the time, to my eternal delight. Unfortunately, I am in quite close proximity to many of the "real housewives"), I'm known far and wide for my giftwrapping and cooking skills, and if my stories seem weird, it's because they come from random ideas that pop into my head at the most random of times or jacked-up dreams.

There are three things in this world I hate. Puppets, centipedes, and Claymation. Anything else I'm fine with, but I just can't get past this pupaphobia, chilopodophobia, and Claytred.

Regarding Reviews: I like reviews. Reviews make me happy. Reviews make me realize that people have taken the time to read my story and actually felt enough to click the button that says "review" and type some thoughts. So I'm going to be a shameless beggar here and say, "Hey, review!" Nothing irks me more than seeing stories with 600 hits and 10 reviews. So yeah. Reviews are nice. Chances are, if you review my story, even if the review is like two words long, I'll be like, "Hey, that person reviewed my story! Clearly they're extremely cool" and click on your profile. And then, chances are, I'll say, "Wow, they have stories! Since they were so nice as to take the time to review, maybe I'll read and review their work too!" See? Everybody wins! Bottom line? Please try to review. Even if it's a short review, I'll try to review your story as well, and that makes everyone happy.

I have something else to say, too. I am not easily pleased. Yeah, I like reading stories, but growing up with an English professor as a mother has led me to have extremely high standards. I am a harsh reviewer, I'll admit it. I often find problems with things that I read, and since improving is usually thought of as a good thing, I always point out my criticisms to the writer, no matter how big or how small. You have massive plot-holes? I'll point them out. You misspelled a word? I'll point it out.

However, just because I'm critical doesn't mean I'm mean. Even if your story is a disaster, I'll still try to find something nice to say to you. I learned this a few years ago. I was an innocent reviewer, but I was a little more blunt with my advice back then, and then people would get easily offended and flame my stories. Now I have more tact. The end.

So understand that if I'm being critical, I'm not trying to hurt your feelings. So please, don't start flame wars. Because if you start flaming me, chances are I'll abandon my honor and flame right back. And I know exactly which buttons to press on easily offended tweeners.


On Friday, June 1st, I will officially graduate from high school! I'm pretty much done with all of my exams, so I basically bring my laptop to school and mess around on the computer all day. You know what that means!

No, not Tumblr. I've been writing! I hope to get my stories back on track and update at a semi-regular basis.

My Stories:

-Odd Kingdom Out: So basically this kingdom is gender-flipped. The prince is kind of a wimp, and the queen makes a lot of the executive decisions: Prince Damian is more or less a figurehead. The knights are all female, and the guys play the distress role. The kingdom of Attra thinks nothing of this until they go to war with a rival kingdom and are mocked. Is it so weird that females are knights? I look forward to exploring gender roles a bit more as it progresses.

-A Local Secret: In the city of Rosewood, everyone's buzzing all around Braveheart Park, a death-by-brain-explosion-or-defied-gravity amusement park. But right on the cusp of Braveheart Park is a small, forgotten local park. Two troubled teenagers meet there and find each other and their inner peace. The "local park" is a place" that's recurred in several of my dreams, so I connect with this one a lot more than my other stories. While in the planning process, I actually stumbled across a very close replica of the "local park", so that's definitely helped me.

-High End: I realize that what I've discussed in the summary has not happened yet. I promise, I won't go rambling on plotless like certain authors we know. I just need to establish what I'm doing before I lay the meat down. Writing a story is like making a sandwich. And luckily, my sandwiches are amazing.

Basically, Julia Armstrong has moved to a new city and is completely reinventing herself. It's going pretty well. She's got friends, she has several guys, she's doing well at swimming, and she's escaped her old best friend who confessed his love for her. But after she catches one of her new friends in a...shall we say, compromising position with her mom, it goes into overdrive. She becomes a control freak, obsessed with her image of popularity, beauty, and athleticism. But will she go too far?

-False Grins: Turns out I can make something other than romantic stories that I won't continue (uhhh). Basically, this is a bit of a rant from a man named Peter James. He's nice, genuine, and hardworking. The one catch? He's a clown. The public refuses to see his good intentions, instead choosing to scorn him for his external appearance. I wrote this because I don't care what y'all say about me, I LOVE CLOWNS.

Upcoming Stories:

-Untitled and Unsummarized: That isn't a title. That is a description of my story so far. All I know is that I want to try something involving vampires but so far I haven't worked out just how to do it without falling into cliche.

-Stuck in the Webs (working title) Sometime between first and second period, a group of fairies appeared, took us all into the snowy woods, and demanded that we serve them. It's nice that fairy tales really can come true. Based on this ridiculously cracky dream that I had in which I proved Inception wrong because I still remember everything from beginning to end.

-Untitled and Unsummarized 2: Electric Boogaloo: Yet another one. This one will be about magicians. I absolutely adore magicians, but I can't figure out just how to do it because I keep falling into the bog of The Prestige (which I love, but I need to go beyond that). Details will go up once I figure it out.

-The Optional Essay: This is just a little drabble-y multi-perspective story I've been messing around with for about four months exploring various types of students and their experience with the whole college admissions process.

-When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer: So I don't know if you could tell from my profile, but I absolutely adore that poem by Walt Whitman. It ranks among my favorite poems of all time, and one of the reasons behind this is because I, for whatever reason, felt a deep and immediate reaction to it. When I was reading, I imagined a little story behind it, and that's precisely what this story is: a novelization of the poem. It will most-likely be a one-shot.

The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

I don't care if it's a cliche, I love it.

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90's Kid by ToastWeaselofDOOM reviews
A song about the 1990's.
Poetry: Song - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 482 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 2 - Published: 9/30/2010 - Complete
Stage Fright by Lynx Tiger reviews
If you mess up." He said finally, "Then you'll fix it somehow. If there's one thing I know about you, is that you wouldn't be on this stage unless you can give this crowd a perfect song."
Fiction: General - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 803 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Published: 3/30/2010 - Complete
Fate Versus Reality by Ms Briar Elwood reviews
A horrifying sensation is sweeping the nation. Middle-aged women and teenage girls have split into Team Edward and Team Jacob. This essay explores the reality of this argument.
Fiction: Essay - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,176 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 3 - Published: 3/11/2010 - Complete
The Red Sun of Valaren by Zeffy reviews
My personal favorite story, written in a time of deep depression. Deals with the usual, death, despair, etc. It's more in-depth than it sounds.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Tragedy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,884 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 2 - Published: 11/21/2009 - Complete
Diary of a Mad Black Man by Terence the Terrible reviews
A series of rants spoken from MY perspective. MINE. Issues will range from things like music, race relations, clothing, and the dumbing down of America. Controversial? You tell me! Hate it or love it, it's straight from the heart! R&R. CHAPTER 40 is up!
Fiction: Essay - Rated: T - English - Humor/Angst - Chapters: 40 - Words: 85,454 - Reviews: 372 - Favs: 40 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 9/12/2008 - Published: 7/13/2005
Rants, Raves, and Reviews by SapphireIris reviews
Each chapter contains one rant, one rave and one review. Well, as far as I can get, anyways. From SapphireIris, who is most assuredly not dead.
Fiction: Essay - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 13 - Words: 8,499 - Reviews: 111 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 4/14/2008 - Published: 3/16/2006
My Best Friend Max by King of Water reviews
A poem I wrote about a friend's betrayal. Rated for mild language.
Poetry: Friendship - Rated: T - English - Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 173 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Published: 3/7/2006
The Other Side of the Mirror by Never Knows Best reviews
A girl who has been betrayed by everyone she's ever known; a boy who has lost everything he's ever loved; their first meeting is through a traumatizing kidnapping experience, but can these two strangers find hope in each other?
Fiction: Romance - Rated: M - English - Angst/Romance - Chapters: 41 - Words: 83,903 - Reviews: 868 - Favs: 478 - Follows: 48 - Updated: 1/5/2005 - Published: 2/20/2003 - Complete
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High End reviews
No matter who you are, you're always going to have competition for guys. The problem is, the competition usually isn't your mother.
Fiction: Romance - Rated: M - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 2 - Words: 6,345 - Reviews: 1 - Updated: 5/11/2012 - Published: 4/26/2011
False Grins reviews
Peter James became a clown because he wanted to make people happy. Should that warrant dismissal or contempt?
Fiction: General - Rated: T - English - Angst/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,701 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 8/12/2011 - Complete
Odd Kingdom Out reviews
In my kingdom, I, the prince, am often kidnapped. It is the job of our female knights to rescue me. Is that so unusual?
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Humor/Romance - Chapters: 3 - Words: 7,513 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 12/25/2010 - Published: 6/18/2010
A Local Secret
There's always going to be chaos. But if you look hard enough, sometimes you can find the calm in the midst of the storm. Two teens find each other and themselves in a long-forgotten local area.
Fiction: Romance - Rated: T - English - Drama/Friendship - Chapters: 2 - Words: 6,507 - Favs: 1 - Updated: 12/25/2010 - Published: 8/3/2010