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19 days ago
Current I'm sneezy. Not sick. Sneezy.
2 mos ago
Here's hoping I don't get sick before school starts.
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2 mos ago
I'm sitting in front of an ottoman, waiting for what I *think* is a mouse to come out.
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2 mos ago
Me: *washes dishes**ends up soaking over half of the front of my shirt* Everyone else I know: *washes dishes**only has wet hands* Me: How???
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4 mos ago
Finals. Death. Those are synonymous.
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Hi! As you all can see, my name is Arya(10108909). It is a reference to a fantasy series of books. I really like fantasy books and history, and my history classes don't really cover the history I like, but whatever. It's called researching stuff on your own.

I am interested in many kinds of role-play. I will try anything once.

I am completely willing to fangirl in PMs about any book I've read, especially The Raven Boys!!!!! #pynch #Bluesey #Cabeswater #Myeyesarefallingoutfromallthatawesomewriting!!! But especially #pynch because OMG they are sososososo CUTE!!!!

Raven Boys Quotes: “When there's a god, there's always a legion of devils.”
"People only shout when they don't have the vocabulary to whisper."
"My words are unerring tools of destruction, and I've come unequipped to disarm them."
"He asked for a specific. I gave him a specific. I'm sorry it wasn't puppies."

Eragon quotes: "It is foolish to conjue up woe where there is none."
"Everyone dies alone."

Shades of Magic quotes:
"I'd rather die on an adventure than live standing still."
"Hesitation is the death of advantage."
"The bodies in my floor all trusted someone. Now I walk on them to tea."

For all ye Ravenites: I am Ronan Lynch
For all ye Potterheads: I am in Slytherin
For all ye PJO fans (I'm sure the fandom has a name, I just don't remember it): I am a child of Hades

Writing Samples!Yay!






I also do one-liner things.

-Arya

Most Recent Posts

@Ishikawa Oh, no problem.
@Ishikawa Welcome! *hands over a pot of coffee and a mug*
Hihi! Watch your soul. It may be consumed, and you sound like a decent person, so I fifgured I'd warn ya.@Scribe of Thoth
In New 1 mo ago Forum: Introduce Yourself
@LycaTherio Hi! Welcome!
@Rockette Ohmygosh. This is so beautiful, you fantastic human. Thank you so so so so so sooooooo much!
@Rockette Alright. Glad you found one! *hugs*
request type. // sig, please
stock and images. //
size. // defaulted.
text. // we are all someone's monster
misc. // You ROCK!!!!!
@rockette
Hihi!
@CipherFive Hi! Welcome!
@Aeolian The last two on your want to read list are AWESOME, just saying


I guess while I'm here, I'll do the questionnaire.


1. What is the book you recommend to about everyone?
Probably Flight of the Horse by Larry Niven. It's a collection of sci-fi short stories. The main stories are about this man who gets sent sent back in time to look for animals as a gift for the Emperor, who is mentally about five.
2. What are your top 5 favorite books you've read?
In no particular order:
The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Makenzi Lee
The Dream Theives by Maggie Stiefvater (book two in The Raven Cycle)
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo (it's heisty and a bit magical and definitely morally grey.)
Sherlock Holmes: A Scandal in Bohemia by Sir Author Conan Doyle
The Princess Bride by S. Morgenstern, abridged by William Goldman

3. Top 5 authors?( In parentheses are the books of theirs that I've read)
- Marie Lu (Legend Trilogy, The Young Elites Trilogy, Warcross, Batman: Nightwalker)
- Leigh Bardugo (Six of Crows duology, Grisha trilogy, Wonder Woman: Warbringer)
- Victoria/ V.E. Schwab (The Monsters of Verity duology, Shades of Magic series, The Archived series)
- Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Cycle, The Wolves of Mercy Falls, Books of Faerie, Spirit Animals Book 2: Hunted, All the Crooked Saints)
- Patricia C. Wrede (The Enchanted Forest Chronicles)

4. Worst book you've ever read?
Not sure. I've probably blocked it out of my head.
5. What book seemed really popular but you didn’t like?
I read the first Shadowhunters book, and honestly, it was meh.
6. What five books have you always wanted to read but haven’t got round to?
- Gone With the Wind
- Anna Karenia by Leo Tolstoy
- The Three-Body Problem
- The Awakening by Kate Chopin
- War and Peace


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