Author has written 5 stories for Sci-Fi, Supernatural, Humor, Fantasy, and Friendship.
Hi, everyone! I'm AuricEspeon (well, not really), and I really love writing! Call me Akane.
I have an account on FanFiction, DeviantArt, and Facebook, too. I'm AuricEspeon on FanFiction and DeviantArt, but Rachel Chen on Facebook. Check me out on those sites if you'd like to. ;)
So! First things first. Stuff about me is that I hate language arts the subject but I love reading and writing. Yes, there's something wrong with me...
I am a fan of science-fiction and fantasy stories, so if you have anything you'd like to recommend, feel free to do so!
Most of my inspiration comes from real life or different stories, so I find that I'm better at writing fanfiction but my ideas are almost always for original stories.
Well, I'm not particularly good at writing poetry, so don't be surprised if you don't find any rhyming poems in my stories. If you do find rhyming poems, well I probably thought for hours on that piece. Good on me! :D
Pastry Poem (rated K, Poetry: Humor)
A poem written by my friend about a pastry, cake, and tart. Humor.
STORIES (IN PROGRESS)
Auctoris: Wild Kingdom (rated T, Sci-Fi)
In a world where adults rule the world, children fight for their lives- to survive to rebel against the adults. Rue and Cassie live in that time, where they have to fight for survival. Their best friends, Krit and Carlos, are gone, and now they have to find their only chance of survival- the mythical Wild Kingdom.
The Daughter of Prophetia: At Midnight (rated T, Supernatural)
Raine dreamed of meeting someone with magic. She wished for magic herself. And at midnight, her wish is granted- though not happily. Thrown into a war, Raine's lost memory slowly returns as she fights for survival, for her friends, and most of all for freedom.
Best Friends (rated T, Poetry: Friendship)
We used to be best friends. Now you laugh with someone else, at someone else. A story told in a series of freestyle poetry.
STORIES (DEVELOPING PLOT BUNNIES)
My Own Kind (rated T, Young Adult)
In the near future, two girls desire recognition for girls and create the club Femina exclusively for girls. Their rivals: their old best friends, boys, and heads of Femina's rival: MR, a boys-exclusive club. In a struggle for their own individuality, girls go against boys and on the way discover the true meaning of what it means to be their own kind.
Unsafe External Link