Author has written 2 stories for Nature, and Fantasy.
Hi there, people of the Internet! I'm Queen Lupa, but you can call me wolfie (don't)! I found this website a while back, and eventually decided to add some of my own stories here.
I've read too many horribly done stories on this and other sites, and got tired of it. I want people to start writing good stories, and so, decided to write some of my own. And if anyone has any ideas, I'm open to suggestions.
FYI, flames will be completely ignored. You don't like it, don't read it. Simple as that.
By the way, I have a few quotes that I came up with myself. I just thought I'd go ahead and share them with you guys. Tell me what you think:
Life is like a glass sculpture; it takes time to create, but is easily destroyed. The only question is what we make ourselves into. (personal favorite, it describes how fragile life can be, and that your destiny is in your own hands)
Even the most brilliant of minds can learn from the simplest of fools. (no matter how smart you think you are, you can always learn something new)
You should never let what you are get in the way of who you are. (whether you're black, white, Hispanic, Jewish, Islamic, Asian, or whatever, that is not what makes you a person)
If you're disappointed about what you don't have, then you don't deserve what you do have. (Ever read the Harry Potter books? Just think about Dudley in the first book.)
The first step towards justice is forgiveness. (vengeance begets only more vengeance)
If God wanted us all to be the same, then He would have made us that way. (Have you ever met two unrelated people who looked exactly alike?)
The past defines who you are. It does not determine who you can become. (Don't let your personal history get you down. You need to stand up and keep moving forward.)
You only gain respect by showing respect. (just look at Napoleon)
If a person's destiny is set in stone, then I'll need some cement and a hammer and chisel. (Don't let someone else make your own path for you. Forge it yourself.)
Blood is thicker than water. Family is thicker than blood. (A true family is made up of the people who love you. Blood relations have nothing to do with it.)
No person is without sin. It's how we deal with these traits that defines who we truly are. (Sin itself is non necessarily a bad thing. The church just blows the whole thing way out of proportion.)