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Author has written 5 stories for Historical, Humor, Love, Young Adult, and Manga.
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He who writes what other people want can be a good writer but never an artist -- Juan Carlos Onetti
Be Yourself; everyone else is already taken -- Oscar Wilde
When all else fails, give up and go to the library -- Stephen King
About Me: Imagine an everyday sixteen-year old, as average as you can manage. Romantic, Twihard, loves to read about vampires and werewolves falling for human girls, because that's so romantic! That's my exact opposite, you can stop rolling your eyes now.
Wait, did you just roll them?
I used to have a much bigger, more detailed profile. But people either complained that it was way too long or simply began copying and pasting from it indiscriminately, which is... very infuriating, if not stupid. Seriously, who posts, "Harry Potter is one of the dozens of books I've failed to enjoy" while his/her name is GrangerxPotterforever?
So basically this will stay like that for a while, at least until I find inspiration to post nonsense again. For now, well, it's the way it is.
P.S. Yes, I dislike Twilight. Wanna join the club?
P.P.S. Yes, I dislike Harry Potter. Nothing will be universally liked, people.
P.P.P.S. Yes, I am aware of the secret legion of Pikachus in Russia. Though you weren't supposed to read that.
About What I Like: (Will fill in someday in a far, distant future.)
About Reviews: I like spreading the love. If you review anything of mine, expect to be reviewed back. If you follow/fav also expect to be followed and possibly faved back. Eye for an eye, eh?
P.S. If I haven't returned a review for whatever reason, PM me. I have the attention span of a goldfish.
About my Stories: They mostly came out of a spur-of-a-moment inspiration that somehow grew a mind of its own. Currently have three apparently ongoing stories which I never update, but now I set deadlines hope everything's okay. I try to make my characters as realistic as possible, with exception of the zombie story. Where will you see a seven-foot tall man who feeds only on wood? Not like the socially-awkward loner with a penchant for cooking and secret perversion is any better.
Call of the Angel My main work right now
Status: Chapter 1 is out!
Progress: I may or may not continue it.
Finding Snowflakes More oriented on the emotions department. Trying my best to make genuinely original characters, though in an intentional cliché manner. How about the classic loner-and-prep pairing? With a few twists? Comedy/Romance/Slice-of-Life/School Life/Drama
Status: Rewriting. Oh my God, why is it so hard to write romance? Must be the aftermath of finishing Twilight.
Progress: Romance is a pain in the ass.
How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse is currently my most... popular? work, and the proof I really need to stop getting high on sugar. Basically about a group of stupid people surviving a zombie plague through the eyes of a 16-year old wacko. Action/Adventure/Comedy/Parody/Slapstick/Sci-Fi/Tragedy
Status: Chapter 9 is out!
TvTropes Page! Because... uh... I should really write instead of make this.
Painting the World Love story. Simple. Wrote it back at... sixth grade? Supposedly as an essay about the migration theory, though somehow it became the story of a somewhat tsundere girl and happy-go-lucky guy, pretty much amateur. But I'm leaving it the way it is just to see how I wrote back then :D Comedy/Romance/Historical/Tragedy
Status: Complete. I mean, it's a one-shot.
Specialities: Usually heavily character based and with an attempt to make them as quirky as possible, because we all like 'em weirdos. Also tend to throw jokes at one time or another, because we all like 'em comedians. Well, most of the time.
Hindrances: WRITER'S BLOCK. It... controls... you... and grammar. Not the horrible grammar-Nazi flame inducing ones, but the subtle ones that can make a sentence snazzy.
About my FP tastes:
I like: Humor, quirky characters, good prose, plot twists, character deaths, cliffhangers, realism, symbolism, metaphors, originality.
I dislike: Twilight, though we already established that. Clichés, bad prose, amateurish writing, self-insertion, most romance, flat characters, unrealistic plot twists, recycled plots, wish-fulfillment, shitty heroines, 1st-person POV, constant POV change, slow pace.
(Speaks the one purposely writing clichés.)
My Reviews: Not overly long unless I really hate or love a story. Harsh at times, happy-go-lucky at others. Usually medium length and listing at least one thing I liked and disliked. If I'm returning a review, same applies even if a review is a 'Plz update!' thingy. Plz Updates are the key to inspiration sometimes.
Anyway, I don't know what to write about anymore, so bye, adios, sayonara, chao, au revoir, hasta la pasta and every other language on Earth and beyond. May you continue to spread love and punish the evil.
Writer's Blockism Is a term used to describe an illness in which an author tends to lose focus on writing and ultimately ends up with their writing career. Some of its causes are procrastination, laziness and excuses to not get onto it, and the most common symptoms are just a worsening of the causes. On more extreme cases, it's irreversible, and thus ends up eliminating the writing mind. Be careful! Try not to be infected with Writer's Blockism! Writing every day and staying in love with what you do is the best abstinence. The next time you say 'nah, I'm too lazy today...' just remember, once it gets you, it's almost impossible to get out!