My penname looks a bit like a penguin. Call me Liv.
I can tell you're looking for a picture in the word "Liv" now. There is none.
(no title yet): From the realization that whenever someone describes why they love the person they do, nearly always, they will start with the adjectives smart and funny. I'm sick of it. So I choose to write about someone who is not smart, not desirable, who loves someone who is. Very, very short summarization of a barely developed idea here.
Everyone wanted to do Alexis Morrissette, but everyone wanted to be Lizzie Kwon. Lizzie: straight-A student, cute, clever little Asian with a slender figure, flawless skin and a contagious, frequent laugh. Alexis: barely passing the tenth grade, skinny, bleached-blonde hair and was rumored to have gotten her first abortion in the sixth grade. Lizzie was the kind of girl Alexis rolled her eyes at until Alexis was assigned to a project with Lizzie's boyfriend- sort of a male white version of Lizzie herself upon first glance- and realized just how much Lizzie had that Lexie Morri-slut would never have a chance of getting.
Bubbly: A teenage girl with seemingly the mentality of a child who blows bubbles and the awestruck pizza guy who watches. No sketchy summary as of yet.
All I Want for Christmas: Beware, here be insanefic potential. This is way easier to summarize: Christmas elf. Hopeless crush. On... well, take a guess. It's my favorite plot of these.
Ivy's whole life was the factory. All day every day, turning materials into dollhouses, getting nothing in return but sawdust in her hair, paint under her fingernails and children's smiles she would never see, and she loved every single minute of it. She loved her life and her house with its perpetual peppermint scent and her friends she could count on one hand. She should have known how much of that she would lose if she actually pursued that hopeless crush of hers, but Ivy just couldn't help it- it was irrevocable, unconditional, destructive love she felt for Nicholas. She could lose everything. And getting that love back from the object of her desire would make it completely worth it.
Absolutely all writing (c) livil.