- Username: Wallwalker
- Member Since: 2005-05-05
- Bio:I'm the quiet sort; I poke around in small fandoms a lot. I love crackpot theories and random moments of inspiration and getting honest critique, though I'm not so good at giving it. (I would like to ask one small thing: if you give me a negative rating, please leave a note telling me why. I've not had it happen to me yet but I'm sure it's frustrating to find someone's rated a story that the author worked hard on as, say, OOC and then didn't explain why they thought the characters were off. As long as it's a polite argument and not a flame, I'll read it.)
- I could make a career out of being blue I could dress in black and read Camus Smoke clove cigarettes and drink vermouth Like I was seventeen That would be a scream -The Magnetic Fields ...
- I write.
- if you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea. - antoine de saint-exupéry
- This is all out of date. You may, for now, presume that I am an evil truck keeping up a one-sided rivalry with Optimus Prime. Because, frankly, Motormaster/Menasor is awesome, in his disturbed way.
- Guys, if you'd like to read my stuff, please go to my FF.net account under 'Guardian1' -- the formatting here just makes my stories look like ass. http://www.fanfiction.net/~Guardian1
- 23, male, and a graduate student with nowhere to go and too much to do. Write mainly for FF8, which is assuredly the most insane of all the Final Fantasies. Please review, whether you enjoyed t...
FRERARD ONESHOT! “Every snowflake is magical, Gerard,” Frank murmurs. “Snowflake wishes alwa...
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- Stories: 40064
Fifth one of my series, "Ghost Doll." Nakata Rieko wasn't exactly an angel of a student. She was hig...
In: Yami no Matsuei
Sixteenth book in "Ghost Doll." At Vivian's house warming party thrown by Hotaru, Anna notices a lit...
In: Yami no Matsuei
Hello friends if you remember me you reALLY NEED TO READ THIS RIGHT NOW DO IT
I think you were right. I think you had a point there.
I promised you that I would always remember. Things like that, well they don't just fade away.