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Hello friends, I am author.
My name is Tabby, and previously I've been known as LoveLoveLovix. I'm twenty-one years old and live in Georgia.
I'm a demi-pansexual cutie and I like people a lot, but I don't like socializing. Riddle me THAT. Also, I have a great boyfriend. This has no real importance to my writing but hey, I like to brag about dating hot people.
My interests include writing, music, computers, reading, magical girls, femmeslash, good food, education theory, video games, magical girls, tumblr, roleplay, funny things, kids, magical girls, psychology, fanfiction, books, libraries, and magical girls. I'm A certified and have won awards in choir and writing, so I can vouch for talent in the first three on top of everything else.
I listen to everything from ABBA to AKB48 to Avenged Sevenfold... nothing that starts with letters B-Z though (Lies, I listen to everything, I'm pickier about rap and country though...). My favorite artists in particular are Icon for Hire, Falling in Reverse, Rise Against, Girls Dead Monster, Halestorm, Paramore, and Panic! at the Disco. Favorite famous authors include Neil Gaiman, Audrey Niffenegger, Scott Westerfeld, Meg Cabot, Tamora Pierce, Naoko Takeuchi, and Clare Dunkle.
I don't see the point in reviewing unless you point out the good and the bad. I love criticism. Feed it to me with a gigantic spoon, please.
Find me on tumblr as kyuubeyrose, and on fanfiction and AO3 as lovelovelovix
I actually do write. Sometimes.
Crescendo is getting updated fairly often, so if you want to keep up with something, that's my best recommendation.
A tour of my mind is in order, I believe?
My characters are pretty vivid- to me, at least, if to no one else. They all live in the little resort and asylum that is my mind, and generally tend to talk me through exactly why they're at a place that specializes half in vacation, half in therapy, and half in massively failing at math. As silly as it sounds, this is how my stories come to be. Once a character is in my head, they start trying to catch my attention to tell their story. If they do it well enough, a story is born. If not, they tend to get brainwashed into thinking they were from some other story from the start (cough, Kadena... who was originally a hipster vampire girl from a story that will likely never see the light of day again). If you're interested in my little world, check out The Metal Brigade Holds Auditions.
I don't have one muse. Generally my muse is whoever is the most vocal of the characters in that specific time. Right now, it's Ethan from Crescendo.
When I'm not writing, I am ninety percent sure that my head functions like a sane person's head.
The universe is vast...
I have two different worlds as of current, but all of them are linked by the same gods and goddesses... aka, both worlds share a common mythology. There are ten gods, each in charge of their own little domain. Some are important, like Demon, god of individuality. Others, not so much, like Tinna, goddess of younger siblings and pranks. However, they are all technically equal, with the only one who might be considered "more" being Aeia, goddess of heroes and creation. It is she who created the three worlds.
Earth, also known as the Compassverse, is where Algorhythm, Mahou Misfits, Crescendo, Wolfgirls, and most other stories of mine take place. It is the most magical world, but also the only world where magic is hard to find. The psychics, magical girls, werewolves, vampires, witches, and all the other many species like to hide in plain sight, making normal humans think the world is bland.
Nevros, or the Spinnerverse, is home to Dedication. Unlike Earth, magic is hard to find, but very, very in the public eye. Everyone knows about the creatures that roam, but the magical beings are fewer. The most common type is actually a human subspecies known as a Spinner... someone who can create life using just their imagination.
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