I'm writergal24 and I write.
Some of my favorite books: Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Great Gatsby, Rick Riordan's demigod books, Gemma Doyle trilogy (or anything else by Libba Bray), Delirium, Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, and sooo much more. If you have any suggestions, let me know!
I ship Jily. And lots of other things. I ship hard.
My tumblr is . Or, at least, it is most of the time.
If you are waiting for updates...
-House Full of Gingers: Updates have been slow lately, but I'm hoping they pick up again soon.
-Evanescent (my new Jily story): Updates whenever I have time to edit!!
-Jabberjay: I dunno man, hopefully I'll get an update in this year? Sorry.
-Waxing Crescent: Haha, remember when I wrote the first couple chapters of this story? Haha, that was funny.
-My writing in general: I've gotten really busy. I'm sorry.
-"Every moment of your life, you're writing. Even in your dreams you're writing. When you walk the halls in this school you meet various people and you write furiously in your head. There's the principal. You have to make a decision, a greeting decision. Will you nod? Will you smile? Will you say, Good Morning, Mr. Baumel? Or will you simply say, Hi? You see someone you dislike. Furious writing again in your head. Decision to be made. Turn your head away? Stare as you pass? Nod? Hiss a hi?? You see someone you like and you say, Hi, in a warm melthing way, a Hi that conjures up splash of oars, soaring violins, eyes shining in the moonlight. There are so many ways of saying Hi. Hiss it, trill it, bark it, sing it, bellow it, laugh it, cough it. A simple stroll in the hallway calls for paragraphs, sentences in your head, decisions galore." -- Teacher Man, Frank McCourt
-"The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave." -- Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death, Patrick Henry
-"People don't die till dey time come nohow, don't keer where you at. Ah'm wid mah husband in uh stom, dat's all." -- Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston (also all of this book)
I review 99% of the fanfiction I read. The only time I don't is when people can't spell, or make the entire story bolded and underlined (pet peeve of mine), or when it's so bad that I can't read more than a paragraph.
But out of the HUNDREDS of stories that I've read and reviewed, only my FAVORITES end up on the favorites list. You have to make me cry, laugh until my stomach hurts, or really impress me some other way to end up on my favorites list.
If you review my story, I'll (try to) review yours... (but I never have time to read fanfiction anymore :/)