Author has written 4 stories for Romance, Essay, and Life.
“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.”
Hello all! I'm M. I'm one of those people who doesn't really care if my profile drags on for ages, so don't feel obligated to read through it all.
Some of the many things I love-
-all forms of art (I'm always doodling in the margins!)
-music (I play the flute, am a band geek and lovin' it, and listen to all different varieties. Feel free to PM me if you want to rant about the uber spectacular-ness of Kellin Quinn, or the magnificent composer that is Yanni)
-speaking/swearing in other languages or accents(it adds variety and confuzzles people)
-writing (I've always been a writer, though I am prone to my brain farts)
-reading (I read everything)
-poetry (there is something so liberating about poetry, and the lack of restriction. Inside the boundaries, you have full freedom.)
-science (It is so fascinating to know how the world around us works; science is the main component to anything. Dissections are my favorite!)
-big or unusual words and talking old-fashionedly (I find much merriment in the discombobulation and perturbation of my noesis and sesquipedalian erudite) Have fun looking that up!
-philosophy (I can use philosophy to reason anything, and it provides perspective)
Currently, my favorite books are: Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, and The Rebel by Albert Camus.
I love Gone With the Wind for the struggle it portrays and boundaries it shatters. Funny story: I actually read Scarlett before GWtW, so I actually love Scarlett, despite the discrepancies, and am not one of those haters. But I absolutely abhor Rhett Butler's People. What was that author thinking?!
The Catcher in the Rye was a very discomfiting novel. By that I mean that it made me wonder. I've always felt a type of struggle in my life, and I feel that that is well represented in TCitR. 'Nuff said.
The Rebel is a very strange novel, if I can even call it that. It is technically an essay on philosophy. I recall spending almost three weeks on the 9-page introduction simply because I was unused to the style, and because the book actually made me think. When I read, it usually doesn't take too much of my attention. It takes an exceptionally good piece of writing to get me full absorbed in the story, and this did it for ma, which is relatively rare. This book made me think and I love it for that. It pushes my mind to new extremes and perspectives every time I read it.
Now, about my actual stories. Hallucinogen is up, and the counterpart Addiction will soon be. Feel free to PM about any questions because I know it's confusing. Currently writing many stories and fluffy oneshotters to post!
I have a fanfiction account under the same login, but all stories are currently on hiatus, though they're still up if anyone wants to read. But they're probably not very good and I've grown a lot since then.
I hope you all enjoy my writing :) I truly attempt to put everything I have into it, which is why I am prone to indefinite absences (partly due to my decrepit laptop).
P.S. I do NOT condone plagiarism in any form. That is a violation of the original creator's time and effort, and you coming and taking credit for that is absolutely despicable.
The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.