Author has written 5 stories for School, General, Young Adult, Biography, and Essay.
Hello there! My name's Elizabeth, but feel free to call me Izzie. I'm mostly a laid-back person, but I can get pretty sour at times. I'm not really outgoing, because I'd rather spend my time reading and writing than talking to others. Even so, if you have anything you want to ask or get off your chest, feel free to PM me.
I run cross-country every year on my school's team. I dance Irish Step at my local dance studio, and I used to do Acro and Ballet. I play flute in my school's concert band and I'm planning on learning oboe this year.
I love reading, writing, anime, manga, and music.
I'm not much of a commitment or consistent person with writing, so my updates can range anywhere from a day to three weeks or so apart (I have a terribly nagging conscience after that), but new stories and one-shots can take months (you won't miss it if you've never started it, right?). Most of the ideas that I get are written down before I decide whether or not to post them. I would love constructive critisism in your reviews-- I'll take all the help I can get. On the other hand, flames will be dealt with according to my mood. Just a small note/warning-- most of my stories will be rated T, really just because I like that rating and to be on the safe side. Most of my stories will contain non-heterosexual main characters. This may cause angst and/or generally unhappy moments. If you are against or not interested in this theme, please make sure to check the summary, for I will post a warning in it.
I feel like I sound terribly stuffy in my whole intro up there. I swear I'm not, it's just... writing a 'me' to put in your head is kind of daunting and I want to seem impressive. So I'll set it straight right now: I am neither stuffy or impressive. I'm just a high school freshman trying to get back into writing. So thank you for reading anything I've written or favorited, because that means you value my opinion (or you're uber bored).
PS I also say 'so' a lot. Not in the story, mostly just the author notes. And it's usually followed by a few ellipses.