Author has written 5 stories for General, Life, Mythology, and Romance.
I am an aspiring writer, and have migrated here from Fanfiction.Net. I'm under the same username, if you ever want to check me out. (www.fanfiction.net/u/4987613/) And yes, I did memorize my account number. I'm weird like that.
I spend my days watching anime, reading fanfiction, occasionally writing, and doing lots of homework. I love to sing, even though I'll don't have enough self-esteem to say that I'm good (being a teenager does that to you). I also love music, whether I'm the one creating it (I play violin and piano, too), or enjoying it. I also like to draw, though I'm usually not skilled enough to get what idea's in my head, on to paper.
I love words. Writing is optional. I'll always prefer reading. The sensation of watching someone else's world enfold in front of you is a feeling that will trump all, in my opinion. You know the saying 'A picture is worth a thousand words?' I would probably like to read/write the thousand words more than I'd want to see that picture or take it. That isn't to say that I don't like photography (I love it). Besides, reading is like watching a movie anyway. Except with less pictures. This being said, I don't really post. Just so you know.
I don't like old movies (I've only watched the remakes of the Star Trek movies, and though I really want to watch some of the old ones, I just can't bring myself to...). If I don't like a story that I've chosen to open in a tab, it's because of one of two reasons: 1) The grammar is so horrific, my eyes are trying to claw themselves out of their sockets (I'm a grammar freak); 2) I very much like the idea, but the way it's portrayed is not to my liking. I'm a very picky eater, even though I don't think so myself (I've had this said to me on many the occasion). I don't like redundancy (this does not help in school). I don't like sleeping in. I value my friends more than I value all my electronics (a whole frigging lot). Even though I can remember most of the stuff I read, I have terrible memory, and I can literally forget something after 20 seconds.
Four paragraphs about myself. That ought to be enough.
I think of them so much as an extension of me that sometimes I can just imagine their voices in my head on occasion. That is to say, how they'd react to something, or reply, or just interact with the world on a daily basis.
I love them to bits.
Even if there're probably too many to count. They all have a place in my heart.
Live long and prosper, person I have never met.