Author has written 4 stories for Sci-Fi, Mythology, Historical, and Young Adult.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge"
Calls oneself "An Author of Many Unpublished Titles", and guesses that you might know much about her by just looking at the her picked name. Goes under the pseudonym of ToxicKittyCat, google it up for more surprises.
She writes many novels, novellas, scripts and poems that have very vague chances of being published. Her titles, the ones she creates and picks up are usually aimed for an universal audience. She loves books about loners, mad geniuses, semi-autistics narrators and psychopaths, as she herself can related to those characters. When she's not busy with tenchincal texts and encyclopedia, she is burrying herlsef with so called by her "naughty pleasures" such as light young-adult dystopia, sci-fi, or victorian scientific/detective fiction.
Majority of her life she spends doodling fanarts and polishing her graphic skills; smaller majority is spend on pursuing the scientific fields, researching animals, dinosaurs and dangerous radioactive substances.
Favourite novel is of course, The Deathly Hallows by J.K Rolwing, is also in love with Doyle stories and Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Used to be a Tribute, but the fandom and recent film had changed her tides, was also a Brony, but the hype and Season 3 made her abandon the title. Currently she watches Sherlock and Doctor Who on a loop on her daily basis and speaks only if she really, really wants to. Which is rare. Currently wonders how to solve world problems, and how come Moriarty survived the gunshot...
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To get to know her fictional tastes, pursue her Goodreads account:
Not a big fan of fanfiction, yet a fierce contributor, those stories are found on her fiction press account: https://www.fanfiction.net/u/2877583/ToxicKittyCat
She usually draws more than writes, and her drawings are generally better than her scum written, judge for yourself in her deviantart account:
She has three Tumblr accounts, one for publishing graphics (), one for artistic inspiration ( ), and another for scientific research ( ).
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