Viscaria

just a person from standing in nothing in nowhere

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"Procrastinators unite--Tomorrow!"


I'm a little bit of everything but also a little bit of nothing. I am aware of the procedures which must be taken in order to attain my desires but I have yet to learn them. When my veil is lifted, the mask shall finally form.

Read between the lines. Understand what I'm trying to say.And once you do, you'll learn one of the most important thing about me. You will solve the puzzle. You will decode my encrypted message. 

So... have you realized now that I don't make much sense?

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Viscaria is not my name. It is a flower which means "Shall we dance?" Or "Will you dance with me?" I honestly forgot and I'm a bit too lazy to look it up again but I think it's the latter. Dobrota... Its been how many years since I last looked it up? 2-4, I think. Seems like my oh so photographic memory is beginning to get rusty.

A couple of books that I would recommend:

-The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzzane Collins.
(I personally think the first installment, which is The Hunger Games, is the best)

-The Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
(Don't let the corny title fool you. It is, in my opinion, a great vampire novel. There's action, romance, humor, etc. And Rose , the protagonist, is not a damsel in distress [well... most of the time? but really, she has a strong personality ] Also, I think the best book in the series is.. Blood Promise? Maybe Shadow Kissed.. Frostbite? Whatever. BTW, I <3 Adrian Ivashkov. There is more to him than meets the eye. Analyze his character and actions once he's been introduced~ He may not have godlike reflexes or anything but..~)

-A Game Of Thrones by G.R.R Martin
(This is a very.. graphic book. Not suitable for all ages, mind you.)

-Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
(Beautifully written. Nobokov's writing style is simply wonderful. Though this is quite a controversial book due to its theme which is pedophilia. Just a tip, don't trust the narrator too much ;) )

-Diary of A Wimpy Kid Series by Jeff Kiney
(Ahh... a very fun read. Little to no drama, cute illustrations and just a fun break from all those tear jerking novels and such. Just sit back, relax and see what's going on in a wimpy boy's life.)

-The 39 Clues by Various Authors
(4 words: Trading cards. Awesome Though
Andddd the first installment, Maze of Bones, is written by Rick Riordan, author of Percy Jackson)

-The Faithful Spy by Alex Berenson

-The Ghost War (or Agent) by Alex Berenson

-A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton

-Remember Me by Christopher Pike

And some others.

Books I wouldn't recommend:

-The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer

-Fallen by Lauren Kate 

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 Writing is my own personal brand of heroin. (I may despise Twilight but I must confess, I love that quote. "You're my own personal brand of heroin")

I got "addicted" to the feeling of being able to create a new world, giving birth to various different people and creatures and sharing different views on a particular matter. I make a character and a world. I do not make my world or my self insert. When I write, I don't tell my story, I tell the characters' story.

I may say that something is made out of boredom or I exerted little to no effort, but that's sometimes not true. I just use them as an excuse to . . . Lessen the blow. I try to sound casual most of the time but in truth, I slaved over a certain piece of work for hours or perhaps even days. I am not too confident in my abilities, to be honest. My first story here is Sold. I stated in both the author's guidance and tags that it's made out of boredom. How true is that? Only partially. I was bored which caused me to think of various themes, ideas and such. And then after I typed the very first sentence, I started exerting a lot of effort into it.

Some things I don't like in books or stories

-Mary Sues/Gary Stus. In other words, perfect characters who has no flaws whatsoever.

-Two dimensional characters.

-Self inserts.

-Predictability

-Clichés

((I may say I don't like them but that doesn't mean I don't do them. I usually wouldn't notice [except the self insert thing] and if I do happen to make some of those mistakes, inform me at once. Thank you~))

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