'Ello! My name is Spiky! In short, I am your typical, fickle, hyper-active, hyphen-obsessed, thirteen year-old child, utterly ecstatic to have her first fan-fiction accepted.
Favorite Books: The Bartimaeus Trilogy, Lord of the Rings, Warriors, Uglies, The Inheritance Trilogy, Redwall, and that one with that kid and his lightning scar thing.
Favorite Movies: Airplane!, Pirates of the Caribbean, and anything relating to Monty Python.
Favorite Fic: Honestly, I can't give a straight answer. I am torn between two polar opposites, The Dark Lord's Blog, and Marie-Antoinette.
Truly Bizarre Pastimes: As discussed in the reviews for "Easier Said Than Done", I like nothing more than listening to dance remixes of Pirates of the Caribbean music. I also enjoy frightening my classmates (primarily by walking up to students that I do not know and saying "They call me Mumble, dancing penguin", doing an improvised little tap dance, and walking away). Finally, I am the adopted aunt (twice removed) to Watson, a baby brick.*
Below is a picture of my new fic, Easier Said Than Done. The highlighted bits are the cliches.
And here is the banner I made for Easier Said Than Done.
*Yes, Watson is a brick. He is red, about ten inches long and four inches wide.
3rd-5th Years •
Summary: It started as a rant: I was tired of the re-occurance of cliches in fan-fictions. But then realization dawned on me: Was it possible to write a story entirely in figures of speech?
Combine a new author, a book of cliches, and hours to kill. The result is comical blend of Easter Bunnies, out-of-character moments, and sixty-seven cliches.