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Hi! I have no idea how many people actually read profiles and how many go straight to the stories (I do read them, but then I read anything), but I'm just going to toss out a bunch of random facts about myself.
I'm a 19-year-old girl from the USA.
I read just about constantly. Well, I used to. College has kind of slowed that down for now- I can only bring along so many of the easily-over-a-thousand books that my family owns.
Writing- now that, I still do. Less than I would like (at least for fun, I have more than enough writing to do for classes) but I love it. I'm almost constantly making up some kind of story in my head, even though it may never get written down. I have been known to abruptly pull out my phone and type ideas in a blank message so I remember to transfer them to my Stuff That May Go Into Stories Someday list when I get back to my computer.
If I've got writer's block- which doesn't happen often, thankfully- I turn into a very rotten person until I start hating myself enough to get unstuck.
I can't possibly list favorite authors or singers or bands, because I tend to like a little of everything. Lists of books and songs would be way too long and change constantly anyway.
I name inanimate objects. It makes it so much more satisfying to yell at them when they don't work. My cell phone is Anansi (the trickster, because it only runs out of battery when I need it, and likes to reboot itself for no apparent reason), my camera is Meg (Megapixel), and my Ipod is Canta ('sings' in Spanish), to name a few.
I spend way too much time on tvtropes, and Write or Die by Dr Wicked has almost saved my life several times.
Chocolate, my favorite music, reading one of my favorite books, and/or talking to or texting certain people (I think they know who they are) can make any bad day much better.
I love thunderstorms...as long as I'm not alone.
True/false tests are hateful. I always overthink them, get hung up on technicalities, and answer wrong. Hey, I'm an English major- I'd much rather explain the whole thing in a short-answer or essay, and then you'll know I know what I'm talking about!
I've kept a journal since over eight years ago- it fills 20 spiral notebooks so far.
I don't like talking about politics/religion in general company. Never have, probably never will. I am not the kind of person who likes debating. (Which is not to say I don't like watching other people do it...)
I laugh easily.
I cry more easily than that.
I don't get mad easily, but when I do, it's kind of scary, or so people tell me.
I've been writing since I could pick up a pen (pencil, then), and I don't plan on stopping any time soon.
Well, that's me, more or less. I guess I'll let my stories say the rest.
Oh, and reviews would be nice. :-J Especially on Conditions, if anyone would like to take a hint. (It's my most-read story. No reviews. This is a odd situation.)
Sisterhood in a story summary means it's one of the ones about Caitey, Lizzie, and Michelle. The stories really don't have much to do with each other, so they can all be read on their own. The only connection is that they're all based on/inspired by things that happened to me and my sisters.
Imagination is a whole bunch of stories about Jamie and her sisters/cousins/various random people playing out stories they make up. The chapters aren't really such- they can be read individually, I just didn't see a point in posting them all separately.
If I Lead was meant to be part of a four-part series, but I got distracted and kind of gave up on it. I may write the rest just for fun someday. This applies to Run!, also.
Also, characters in a bunch of my stories- especially the high school ones- overlap. Characters in some are background characters in others. This is partly because it's realistic (since all the stories take place in the same area...fictional school districts which I think are somewhere on the east coast) and partly because I'm lazy. :-J
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