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Well hello, curious reader!

I'm UnknownForNow. I do not plan to be unknown forever. I don't think many people do (though of course I cannot say that with full confidence; when it comes to people, no one statement can be 100% true). For now, however, I shall be Unknown.

Speaking of which, I should confess that, before I got an account, I would review stories with the anonymous title, Unknown. Just for the authors of the stories I reviewed.

I discovered in 2012...yes, it took me TWO YEARS to gather up the courage to make an account. So, seeing the opportunity today to have an equation as the date I joined (7/7/14 has become 7 plus 7=14 in my brain), I decided to sign up today.

Anyway, I don't plan on posting any stories just yet. It took me two years to create an account, but it shouldn't take me as long to publish anything. I just need to find some more courage and make sure all of the things I have written are fine tuned to my liking. I also, in the future, would like to become a beta reader. I'd love to help anyone with their stories.

So, for now, curious reader, you get to learn more about me, the things I like, and the stories I plan on publishing.

About UnknownForNow:

I am between the age of 13 (a given as it's the minimal required age to create an account) and 40. That's all you're getting. I am still in school (Middle school? High school? College? It's a mystery, I tell you) and love every second of it. Learning has always been a great joy of mine, ever since pre-K when I cracked the code to opposites (On? Then Off! And hot and cold! And...). I'm very studious but can manage my time rather well. During the school year, I'm not sure how much time I'll spend on, but who knows, really? I'm new at this. I love to read and write. Always have loved books but I gained a love of writing as I progressed through school. It usually comes easily to me; it's starting a story that sometimes stumps me. I want to be a professional author and publish fiction novels (I love nonfiction, I just don't think it's what I'm meant to write). That is not the only thing I want to pursue, but even I'm still unsure about my full-time job at the moment. I am an accepting individual. I will treat you as I wish to be treated: with respect, kindness, and zero animosity whatsoever. It doesn't matter your race, or your sexuality, or your gender identification, or your religion, or anything else. I will be a friend if you need one or even if you don't. I love video games. I love The Legend of Zelda, Mario titles, MySims, Animal Crossing; I'm a Nintendo gal. Yes, I identify as female and use the pronouns she, her, hers. I don't think that's too big a secret. I love cartoons. Not saying I don't appreciate live action television, but I just have so much admiration for the skill that goes behind animation. By the way, I am a Marvel person. Specifically Spider-man. Specifically Miles Morales. He's just too precious and YES!!! REPRESENTATION!!! A character like him has been long overdue. I do not have a favorite food, color, book, movie, character, etc. It's hard for me to pick favorites. I don't even have a definite best friend! (You're either a sibling, a best friend, friend, or an acquaintance; there is no in between) The stories under Favorites are the ones I enjoyed the most and regularly check for updates (unless it's finished). The authors under Favorites own a number, big or small, of published works, all of which I love. WARNING: There is the occasional M Rated fic. Those fics may contain sexual content. Every book I read I enjoy, some more than others. I love to tackle series, though the one book story is always refreshing. To name a few titles I've enjoyed: Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling, Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan, Coraline and The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, Malice and Havoc by Chris Wooding, The Outsiders and That Was Then, This is Now by S.E. Hinton.

I think that gives you a taste of who I am, physical traits, age, and all that other stuff aside.

Now, I suppose I should give away what I'm interested in writing about.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

I was never really into this when I was younger. I remembered one of the live-action movies (and how terrifying I thought they were) and a bit of the 2003 series (mainly the theme song), but that was it. Until Nickelodeon produced the new cartoon. I honestly didn't plan on watching it, but one of my best friends (I consider him my brother) told me to watch the premiere. I recorded it and, after a day or so, decided to watch it. I was hooked after the theme song.

Since then, I've revisited every movie and cartoon series the franchise has to offer. Loved the movies (some more than others), loved the 80's and 2003 turtles (still trying to plow through both series respectively), and of the comics I've bought (there are so many, oh my gosh...) I've loved those, too.

I actually discovered looking for some extra turtle stuff, stumbling across some amazing authors and stories. And then two years later I made an account. Funny how some things come to fruition.

I do not have a favorite turtle. End of conversation. I proudly own all four movies, the entire first season of 2012 Turtles on DVD, a Leonardo doll that I could call a plushie, but he'll speak if I punch him in the plastron (I don't like doing that, so he's a quiet guy), a super soft blanket with the guys and Turtle Power written on it, a poster, two pairs of pajama pants and two pairs of boxers, a shirt, eight buttons I still haven't opened, a few issues of the New Adventures comic series, and four bracelets, one for each turtle. I blame no one but myself (though Nickelodeon is crazy with their marketing. Just saying).

And the new movie? I TOTALLY LOVED IT, OH MY GOODNESSJust saw it with a handful of my brothers this Saturday, and it was such a fun movie! Yes, admittingly, there are problems, but the good overshadows the bad. And I know people have problems with April, but she's a strong female character and they didn't ignore this characters potential. Now, the REAL STARS of the movie, THE TURTLES, were SO AMAZING...I just wish we had gotten more of them. They were great, funny, lovable. If this (Ninja Turtles) movie was just a tiny bit longer to squeeze in more turtles, I would have loved it even more. In 2016, I can't wait for the sequel. F it taps into the potential this movie had, it will be AWESOME. Plain and simple.

Anyway, I like to read a number of fanfics, though I'm not too crazy about tcest and do not ship it. I don't ship anything, really. I watch the show to see turtles in action (or be lazy and eat pizza while watching cartoons; either's fine), not to see who ends up with who. I know these guys are teenagers and a lot of teenagers develop romantic feelings for other teenagers; I'm just not overly invested in it. I love seeing the brothers be brothers, Splinter be an awesome teacher and father (being both is, by itself, an accomplishment), and watching them uncover mysteries and fight bad guys as a team. Love April and Casey, too. They rock.

Any plans? Yes, I have this one AU of the turtles I'm still getting together. It's coming along; I've written the history.

Lab Rats

I remember watching the premiere and instantly falling in love. It is one of the best Disney shows out there. With its combination of action, humor, drama, and its family-centric atmosphere, it's hard not to love it. All the characters are their own, and the show has a great way of grouping them up in various combinations to show their relationships off.

I can say nothing but good things about it. I don't have a favorite character, but I love Leo to no end. He was the normal one. He didn't have bionics. And that is probably why I love him so much. He was still involved with missions, was still in the action, and yet he did not have these abilities. He had what he had and nothing else. And he, when the show first started airing, was the one us as an audience automatically had something in common with: we're normal (I assume, anyway. I assume). I'll admit, I was definitely against Leo getting bionics. There goes what set him apart! There goes the stable thing we had in common! With his new bionic arm his Uncle Douglas gave him as a belated 16th birthday present, he is no longer normal. Yes, initially, that upset me. But I couldn't think of a better way for this storyline to go. He could have lost his ARM! This was the only alternative! And Douglas cares about the kid (I think), he knows this has the potential to keep his nephew safe. Plus, he probably considered Leo's whining if he somehow gave him the tech but not the ability to use it. So yeah, I'm (now) okay with this development. He's still Leo.

Another reason why I love Leo: he brings out certain qualities in his siblings. After his mom gets married, not only does he suddenly have a billionaire inventor dad, but three older siblings, all bionic and super cool. It's not just new for him, it's new for Adam, Bree, and Chase as well. Here's this kid who they now have to look out for, who is their responsibility. Eventually, what started out as a mandatory thing, something that was expected of them, became a voluntary thing. They learned to love their little brother, and they don't want to lose him.

Creating this show was such a good move on Disney's part, and putting this family together the way they did was great.

Any plans? Yes. I'm going to write a series of one-shots, showing off this awesome family and expanding on little things about the characters. I also have three solid start-to-finish type stories jumping around in my head, both throwing the family in a situation that'll challenge them in more ways then one. They're still plot bunnies, though I have high confidence they'll make their way to Word sooner or later.


Yes, I went there. I can't help but love these movies; they are a big part of my love for animated films. I own them all, along with the Christmas and Valentine's Day special (I didn't know it existed until I stumbled upon it in the store; I haven't watched it yet). I love the characters and the story. It's a nice little piece of my childhood that I will always treasure.

Main reason why I love it? The family aspect. I don't know, something about characters having this sense of family is really attractive to me. It doesn't help that the writers played it out so well.

Now, why write fanfics for it? I don't know. Why write fanfics for anything?

Any plans? I have something, but I don't think I'll publish it. We will see.


Okay, I have been on a long and difficult journey, scouring the internet tirelessly, and I have reached a heart-breaking conclusion that THERE IS NOT ENOUGH MILES MORALES FANFICTION!!! Now, not everyone is neglecting this precious gem of a character that is my spirit twin; I have found more than a handful of great stories. And I cannot blame simple ignorance because if you didn't know you didn't know. But there just isn't enough love being sent to this angel and he deserves more than what's being handed to him. However, do not be alarmed, good people of the world, for I plan to focus my time and energy on not only Miles, but other Marvel characters as well (I'm looking at you, Cap'n). The lovely fics I've read have inspired me, and I plan on using that inspiration to get my writing brain in gear.

Any plans? Yep. Not sure if this will boil down to a plot or a series of connected one-shots (leaning towards the latter, but it might evolve into the former later on. I see the potential), but I find the pairing Steve Rogers/Sam Wilson really adorable, and I need to start exercising my romantic side if I want to sprinkle it in some of my future works, so I guess we'll make them be cute and hot and silly and BAMF and, well Steve and Sam. And spirit twin will wiggle in there, too, don't worry. It will be slightly AU, though. And I don't want to give too much away, so just know that the keyword is slightly.

Oh, I have a tumblr account-thing now! (got it 10/4/14... 10 plus 4=14 :3)

I guess that's all I have to say about myself for now. I hope, when the time comes, what I publish will be enjoyed. Thanks for taking the time to read this and, in the future, my stories as well.

The Odd Ways of Life

Silence is golden. But duct tape is silver!

When in doubt, push random buttons!

There are three kinds of people. Those who learn by reading, a few who learn by observation, and the rest who have to test the electric fence for themselves.

Why be difficult, when with just a little bit of effort, you can be impossible?

Everyone has a photographic memory; some just don't have film.

Some people are like Slinky's. They seem to have no purpose, but they still bring you a smile when you push them down the stairs.

Keep smiling; it makes people wonder what you're up to.

Don't knock on Death's door. Ring the bell and run--he hates that.

Best excuse for not turning in homework: I couldn't find anyone to copy it from.

Come to the dark side. We have cookies.

Dear math, I am not a therapist, solve your own problems.

When life gives you lemons, keep them cause hey, free lemons.

Hard work pays off in the future, laziness pays off now.

I have not yet begun to procrastinate.

Sometimes I wonder "Why is the Frisbee getting bigger?" then, it hits me.

I don't suffer from insanity...I enjoy every minute of it.

WARNING: Do NOT walk in my footsteps...I tend to walk into walls and off the occasional cliff.

There are three kinds of people in the world: those that can count, and those that can't.

The world is full of crazy people. They made me their leader.

You're just jealous because we act stupid in public and people still love us.

Slinky escalator = endless fun

People tell me I'm weird and I say "You just figured that out?"

Best friends are the people that know all about you and still put up with you.

It takes forty-two muscles to frown, twenty-eight to smile, and only four to reach out and slap someone.

I dream of a better tomorrow--where chickens can cross roads and not have their motives questioned.

I don't have a short attention span, I just--ooh, a kitty!

I'm not insane...I just do whatever the voices tell me to.

I don't obsess; I think intensely.

At my lemonade stand, I use to give the first glass free and charge five dollars for the refill. It contained the antidote.

If you can't convince them, confuse them.

The statistics of insanity is that one in every four Americans is suffering from some sort of mental illness. Think of your three best friends. If it's not them, it's you.

The buddy system is essential to survival; it gives the enemy something else to shoot at.

If at first you don't succeed, don't try skydiving.

Doctors say I have multiple personality disorder. We disagree with that.

I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was going to blame you.

Whoever said words don't hurt never got hit by a dictionary.

Always forgive your enemies--nothing annoys them so much.

Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use.

That, my children, is called a wall. But beware the wall is solid. Yes, be afraid! Be very afraid for we cannot walk through it! Believe me children, for I have attempted this many times before.

I do not deny everything.

Always proofread to make you sure you don’t any words out.

You laugh now because you're older than me by mere months, but when you're 30 and I'm still 29, who will be laughing then.

When you get caught looking at him, remember he was looking back.

I'm the type of girl who will burst out laughing in dead silence over something that happened a year ago.

Don't follow in my footsteps...I run into walls.

Do you want to know why I'm still on earth? Heaven kicked me out and Hell is afraid I'll take over.

I am on a quest to the deepest, darkest corners of my room in search of what some would call "a floor"--a long and difficult task awaits me. Wish me luck my friends for I may not return alive.

Who ever said nothing is impossible, never tried to slam a revolving door.

What happens if you get scared half to death twice?

We could all take a lesson from crayons: some are sharp, some are beautiful, some have weird names, all are different colors, but they still learn to live in the same box.

Parents spend the first part of our lives teaching us to walk and talk, and the rest of it telling us to sit down and shut up.

My imaginary friend thinks you have some serious mental problems.

I'm not lost, I'm exploring.

Last night I was lying in bed, looking up at the stars and I thought...WHERE THE HECK IS THE CEILING?

Top 5 Disney Princesses

1.) Mulan: This girl, embedded in a time where woman can only honor their families by getting married and having children, recognizes that her father will only suffer and could even die if he goes to war. She, not even an adult, takes his place and poses as a man, committing a crime to keep him safe. She learns and trains as a soldier and eventually defeats the leader of a group of treacherous men, successfully saving China. THIS is the type of girl children, ALL CHILDREN, need to be exposed to. Girls can kick butt and take names. They are smart, clever, powerful, strong. And the icing on the cake is Mulan ISN'T CAUCASIAN. I know for a fact so many Asian-American girls look up to her. Representation is important, and Mulan REPRESENTS!!

2.) Tiana: Tiana is all kinds of remarkable. An African-American woman in the early 1900s in South Louisiana, and she manages to work her butt off and earn enough money to open a restaurant. Seriously. And on top of that, she's basically fighting against many famous parts of culture in her home city: the bayou, voodoo, etc. All while dealing with a privileged son of a gun and teaching him what's up. Oh, and the representation. Sometimes, you just don't know how much you crave someone who looks like you to be front and center on the big screen until you have it (and then you want more and more and realize that there is so little of you out there)

3.) Pocahontas:Talk about amazing. This young lady is a free spirit who loves where she lives and how she lives but still sees the fundamental problems. It's amazing how this movie pulses with racial tension and never uses the terminology. She sees past the differences of others and learns to love someone who has seen different things and been other places. She never loses touch with who she is, doesn't change for who she loves, teaches others to love. And, historical inaccuracies aside, it paints the culture in a respective light (I can't say this from a COMPLETE personal level, but Disney did better than a certain football team, so there's that) and doesn't sugarcoat the way white men treated the Native Americans and their land (John Smith aside). Once again, for the third time, REPRESENTATION!

4.) Belle: The beautiful girl who loves to read and doesn't give a crap about what other people think of her. She literally just walks by as people sing about how weird she is. Trust me, just because she's reading doesn't mean she can't hear them. She might be tuning them out, though. Anyway, she sacrifices herself in exchange for her father, relinquishing her freedom and promising her services to a unique creature with a horrible temper and a privileged background. She looks past his outward appearance and attitude and learns to love him for the one hiding behind the angry front. And it's so obviously her choice, I can't help but give a thumbs up to Disney. Bad people can be handsome and pleasing to the eye, while good can be the exact opposite. The moral is: don't judge a book by it's cover. Perhaps that's why Belle rocked at reading people. Because she read books.

5.) Jane: Okay, not TECHNICALLY a princess, but she is a remarkable character and written leaps and bounds better than her mother. Wendy was perfect; Jane was flawed. That is why she's so amazing. A child growing up in the middle of a war and forced to retire beloved stories is whisked off to Neverland and sees everything with her eyes open. Peter is a royal jerk, Tink is a violent and jealous prick, and Jane doesn't take that crap. She's resourceful, snarky, stubborn, clever, independent, silly, and seriously, she won't take crap from anyone. Especially Peter. Princess or not, she's an awesome kid.


I haven't touched this account in nearly a year, which is tragic, but I'm preparing some stories right now that may be ready sooner rather than later. A certain series finale set the ball rolling again.
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