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I was born in Hong Kong, but moved to Norway when I was two years old. And by the time I was twelve, I moved to Sweden. Unfortunately, my Chinese isn't very good, so I guess I'm counted as the shame of my people.
I enjoy story writing and drawing. Unfortunately, being in front of the computer all the time, I've drifted away from these hobbies. Of course, I haven't completely ruled them out—they're still a part of me and will always be.
Mostly, I dream of becoming a fantasy writer, but for the moment I am having a hard time coming up with something amazing. Not to mention my English isn't very well.
I've been intrigued with the idea of vampires since before Twilight came about, so I like it.
Aside from Twilight, I also follow a few other series.
- Charmed: My favorite TV show growing up.
- Buffy - the Vampire Slayer
- Sabrina - the Teenage Witch
- H2O: Just Add Water
- Mako Mermaids
- The Wolves of Mercy Falls—I was mesmerized by the first book Shiver, and so started following the rest.
- Shadow Falls—After acquiring and reading Born at Midnight and Awake at Dawn, I found the story completely magical. It made me desire more, and so I went on to read Taken at Dusk, and then Whispers at Moonrise, and finally Chosen at Nightfall.
- The Shadowhunter Chronicles—Magnus Bane kind of got me hooked.
- The Men of Halfway House—The standalone LGBT stories.
- The Guardians—I found an LGBT book series about superheroes and started following. Before long I was hooked.
- Sailor Moon
- Tokyo Mew Mew
- Absolute Boyfriend
- Pixie Pop
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Reviews on the Twilight Saga
I watched the movie before I read the book. I didn't think much of the series until I saw it for the first time. So you could say my interests of "Twilight" began from there.
I like the way Bella and Edward began their relationship. Although that whole sunlight-glitter thing stunned me at first, at least that made a new impression in the vampire culture, which some people don't agree with.
After I read the book, I realized it's got more impression than the movie and even romantically mesmerizing. I gotta say though, Edward's constant mood swings drove me crazy. He was like a male vampire with PMS.
I also liked the part where they went hiking and found the meadow. The scene is so different from the movie. In the novel, Edward went scarily happy when he spun around the meadow, which almost scared Bella off, but he was only becoming only more open than before. Too bad there was no tree-climbing in the book, it's one of my favorite scenes. Also, her mother Renee shows a more of her worrying side in the book than the movie, seeing that she constantly calls or sends her daughter messages to see her well-being after she almost got crushed by Tyler's car.
I was surprised though, that Taylor Lautner was the one playing Jacob Black. It's been years since I'd last seen him in The Advantures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, and that Robert Pattinson was Cedric Diggory from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and Peter Facinelli (and it definitely took a while to get used to seeing him blond), Cam Gigandet and Rachelle Lefevre. I was already aware that Kristen Stewart starred in Zathura, so that wasn't much of a surprise.
New Moon has its own impression on me. I think the title refers to the changes, both good and bad. This story brings me to realize how much Jacob was forced to change after his wolf genes started to take over against his will.
Somehow, reading the book and watching the movie made it hard for me to adjust to the fact that Jacob will eventually fall in love with Renesmee. Because he is always so close to Bella, to the point that he would do anything for her safety, even turning against his own pack.
I still find myself a little bit amazed by Bella's ability to block vampires' mental powers. She is the first human or vampire to ever be able to do so.
In the Twilight movie, I was worried that Jasper didn't have the empathy power because Edward never mentioned it, but then, when he used it on Bella in this movie, I kinda felt relieved. It's irrelevant, but it somehow felt that way.
Paul's definitely got the right looks, but he really needs to learn to control his temper. If a strong vampire were to fight him, he would easily be toast.
I also noticed that when Jacob and Paul broke the boat, something was a little off. Whatever was left of the boat should've fallen completely to the ground, instead it stood steadily.
I can see why this novel is called Eclipse. Poor Bella, she's like torn in half by her life—her loves, the upcoming threat and everything that comes with her upcoming immortality. What she must give up and what she must accept.
Glad to hear that Alec will be appearing in the movie adaptation. Although, I've noticed his physical change. Actually I've been noticing all the physical changes on the actors.
I think this is where Edward finds out about the Quileutes being shapeshifters rather than werewolves. His conversation with Bella pretty much triggered that thought.
Interesting how Jasper and Rosalie tell their lifetime stories, I'll say. Jasper's had it really rougher than any of them; can't even imagine what he went through. And Rosalie had her dreams smashed. Then again, they weren't what she really wanted in the first place.
I can see why Alice is so happy about getting to arrange Bella and Edward's wedding. She's too into this kind of stuff, and she loves Bella as a sister.
It took me a very long time to figure it out, but I think I know how Bree fit into the story. She represented what Bella might become if she chose to give up her mortality. A strong, but senseless creature that wanted nothing more than blood to satisfy her thirst. Of course, Bella skipped it all when she became a vampire herself.
The movie is okay, but compared to it, the book is actually better. There are things that never really explained. And of course, there were changes. And Seth looked like a dog than a wolf.
It's kinda funny to hear that Taylor played Jacob the wolf while filming the training scene.
- Main article: Breaking Dawn
- Main article: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
- Main article: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
Oh, Breaking Dawn is my favorite—which is why I read this book before all the others. The story has always appealed to me even before I read it (I researched the book's contents beforehand). It touched me with its story and change of narration. It brought on a change of course to the original lifestyles between all the characters. The birth of Renesmee, for example.
I could also see how different Edward and Bella became—they have become more intimate, now that Edward no longer needs to worry about breaking her body whenever they're together. Ironically, it is Bella who has to worry about breaking him until her first year is up.
I felt repulsed by Renesmee's birth, though. It was so disgusting and scary. Hopefully it won't be too disgusting in the movie.
I hope the movies will come out soon, too. I can't wait for Renesmee to appear. It's too bad we all have to wait so long. The first movie comes out in November, 2011, and the second comes out in November, 2012. That's a very long time to wait. Can't believe the cast list is already lining up right now.
I do feel crept out with all the non-vegetarian vampires gathered at the Cullens'. Weird to have so many human-feeding vampires so close and yet be pictured as good vampires. Not exactly the best way of morality.
Benjamin's power is pretty impressive. Rare and powerful, not to mention physical. Something you can probably only stumble upon once a millennium. Or narrow it down to century.
After some time of reading the book, I realized what the title "Breaking Dawn" meant: it referred to the changes for the better.
- Bella and Edward finally end up together.
- Bella's change into a powerful vampire.
- Jacob's imprint on Renesmee frees him from his heartbreak over Bella's rejection.
- The end of the tension between the shapeshifters and the Cullens.
- The change around the world of vampires.
- The shift of power between the Volturi and the Cullens.
The title is referring to the beginning of a new day; the beginning of a bright happily ever after for Bella and Edward.
As I suspected, Bella's vampire eyes would turn gold sooner in the movies than in the books—this was revealed by one of the leaked pictures. And it seems like a real battle will commence in the movie, hopefully it won't ruin anything.
The first movie was almost exactly as I expected, but it was very funny to listen to Renée sing when she was supposed to give speech. I could hear someone murmur "no, no" when Jacob tried to make his move on the baby, but I already knew the truth so I just grinned. Everything played out almost exactly in the book, so I expected most of it. But it was good to watch.
- Main article: Midnight Sun
When I first found out about the draft and the incident, I decided not to read Midnight Sun, because it felt intrusive and wrong. But then, I gave up. Curiosity had gotten the better of me. Still, it doesn't feel completely right.
After reading this draft I finally realized what was wrong with Edward's behavior; his mood was always changing that I thought of him as a "male vampire with PMS". Now I think I understand a bit better: he was in pain. He loved Bella more than anything and wanted her to be safe, but his attraction to his blood made him her greatest danger and she was willingly giving up her life to be with him.
Didn't know much about the world of Twilight vampires, but I think I've learnt something from it. Apparently, vampires have a hard time changing their lifestyle, unless they find a reason to. And Edward did not know that he was in love with Bella until she said his name in her sleep. Interesting. I can see why Emmett called his brother crazy. Yet, it was nice to know his part of the story. To see things through his eyes and get a read on his soul.
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner
- Main article: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner
I bought The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner as soon as it arrived.
Gotta say I'm interested, though I couldn't really grasp their surroundings.
I was amused when I found out that Bree believed in those vampire legends, that she was vulnerable to sunlight and sharp wooden sticks, which she kept thinking until three months after she became a vampire. I think I got a picture of what it would feel like to be a new vampire without even knowing the rules and the capabilities that come with the change.
Too bad about Diego, I kinda liked the guy. And Fred, too, of course. Interesting, how Fred is their only one with any gifts at all. And more intriguing that he survived; well, unless he's already been killed by the Volturi.
My mom resented Victoria for doing something like this just so that she could get back at Edward and Bella, by creating an army that would ultimately die for her and taking so many people's lives. Even Bree who surrendered got punished for a crime she did not really committ on her own, so that made her resentful.
The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide
- Main article: The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide
I wasn't very interested when I first heard about this guidebook, but after a while, I became curious. Especially after someone uploaded a biography of James' earlier life. So I bought it as soon as it came out in Sweden.
Found more than I could've bargained for.
Alice's human life, Emmett's, and many other characters' were revealed. To think that Victoria had such a terrible human life before she became a vampire. Fred's power already concluded that he was a loner, but I hadn't expected it to be more. Bree's mother was murdered, which no one knew.
And then there's an entry on vampire-human hybrids, vampires, Quileute shapeshifters and werewolves (which many had probably been curious about).
This was really interesting. I haven't finished it yet, though.
There was also this outtake that I liked: Emmett described his first encounter with Rosalie, how her beauty enchanted him, how his feelings for her became unwavered and how he accepted his new life so easily.
Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined
- Main article: Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined
It sure was weird to read this gender-swapped novella, but you cannot necessarily say it was bad. Some portions were refreshing and the original did not have those scenes. There are lacked scenes, and there are people who dislike this book, but I do not believe it to be all that bad. It was simply seeing it from a slightly different angle.
- Main article: Stephenie Meyer
I would say her books were interesting. Her writing style and new definition of vampires. Not to mention she managed to put the feelings into it like it was real. That's probably why so many people love her story: the feelings are real.
It sounded kind of weird and fake that she came up with the story's first scene in a dream, but I wouldn't say it was lie. I mean, I've dreamt about kicking some gangster asses in one dream and I was felt powerful in it—like I was actually living it.
I do hope that she will write a continuation about Renesmee and Jacob's future. We're all just guessing the possibilities right now.
List of Changes
This list contains all the changes since Bella's involvement in the Twilight Saga. In Breaking Dawn, that's where everything around her truly changed.
- Bella meets Edward and finds her purpose in life.
- Edward meets Bella and finds the human that's long been buried inside him.
- The Cullens welcome Bella with open arms, except Rosalie.
- New Moon
- Alice finds her background after Bella confronted James, who was the cause of her transformation.
- Aro meets Bella and sees the potential in her immunity to psychic powers.
- Leah and Seth become shape-shifters.
- Harry dies of fatal heart attack.
- Bella learns to confront her decisions without thinking about just herself.
- An allegiance between vampires and shape-shifters is formed for the first time.
- Some of the shape-shifters begin to view the Cullens more as allies than enemies.
- Brady, Collin, Quil, Leah and Seth join the pack.
- Breaking Dawn
- Bella and Edward marry, and conceive a child - something that was supposed to be impossible for vampires.
- Rosalie and Bella bond because of the child.
- The Cullens and everyone else come to love Renesmee.
- Bella becomes a vampire.
- Jasper has a new outlook on newborns because of Bella's unusual maturity and control.
- Jacob imprints on Renesmee and overcomes his heartache over Bella. They become close friends along with the Cullens.
- The original pack is split in two.
- Leah joins Jacob's pack and breaks away from Sam's connection.
- Charlie learns of the supernatural world.
- Charlie begins a new relationship with Sue.
- Many vampires see the truth face beneath the Volturi's justifiable façade.
- Bella realizes how powerful she is. The Volturi see this as well and feel threatened by her power.
- Garrett and Kate meet and fall in love.
- Siobhan comes to believe in her gift.
- The Cullens have more allies.
- The packs receive new members, making them the largest packs in Quileute history.
- Bella removes her shield; Edward reads her mind for the first time.
- Hybrid Nahuel comes to forgive himself after meeting the Cullens and realizing how ideal they were.
- Alice challenges herself by looking for something she cannot 'see'.
I always liked to imagine things, and sometimes they become pretty real to me.
So, now and then I would imagine that if I were to become a vampire, I would have the power of imagination. To create powerful illusions. Not just like Zafrina's, but combined with powers from Alec, Jane, Kate, even Fred.
For instance, I can create a night sky of shooting star shower, or illusionary waves with whales and dolphins swimming inside, or even make a vampire think he's smelling something delicious or disgusting.
I can make them see, feel, hear, smell, and taste anything I want. Of course, it's only a mind trick, so it's useless against Bella.
And, if I want to entertain myself, I can always create those images to myself.
- Vampire hybrid
I've been kinda obsessed with mixing themes. So, I imagine sometimes that if I were a vampire hybrid, my other half would be "power-user"; meaning a person with supernatural powers (such as witches, mutants, or whatever you put it). At this rate, I can cast spells, communicate with others telepathically, generate/mold energy from my body, and even fly; but only because my speed is mixed from both of my parents.
When you think about being a vampire/human hybrid, it's kinda cool, cuz even though you can drink blood, you can still survive on food and you can sleep; escape reality for a few hours.
Silly thoughts, eh?
I have released a number of fanfictions on Fan Fiction.net revolving around the video games "Kingdom Hearts". It's kind of a hobby of mine. I've actually made one that intertwined Kingdom Hearts and Twilight.
The games involve many cross-over features from Disney and Final Fantasy characters, mostly Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy Goof.
In the games, the main character is a young boy named Sora, who receives the power to wield a Keyblade and save the worlds with his new friends, Donald and Goofy, as well as locate his lost friends, Riku and Kairi while Donald and Goofy searched for Mickey, who is also the King of their world. His journey allows him to meet more people than he expects and strengthens the power of his heart. The main dark species in the entire game series is a race called "Heartless"—creatures born from the darkness in people's hearts; but in the next few games, more malicious species began to emerge: the first being "Nobodies"—manifested beings born from the stronghearted people who become Heartless; and "Unversed"—creatures born from the negative feelings of people (but the Unversed were extinct a long time ago); and "Dream Eaters"—benevolent and malevolent spirits that reside in the worlds' sleeping states. By overcoming these dangers with his friends by his side and the new friends that he'd made during his journeys, Sora becomes an expert in these battles and uses the Keyblade's power more effectively.
Aside from the Heartless, Unversed, Dream Eaters, and Nobodies, there are also seven maidens in the Kingdom hearts universe who hold the power to reveal Kingdom Hearts—a mythological place that is told to contain absolute power—the power of the universe. In hopes to use it for themselves, the evil witch Maleficent recruited other Disney villains to assist her task. These maidens are known as "Princesses of Heart"; soon Sora meets all of them and manages to free them from their capture. One of the princesses turns out to be his love Kairi. The other six are Princesses of the Disney franchise: Alice from Alice in Wonderland, Jasmine from Aladdin, Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella from Cinderella and Aurora from Sleeping Beauty.
Overtime, he manages to free them all and save the worlds from destruction, but his original task remains in hand: to find Riku and King Mickey. Though they succeed in the next new games, Mickey, Donald and Goofy make a new discovery that connects Sora to the Keyblade Masters of the past and the people that are connected to his heart. Now, Sora must set out on a new journey to free these people and stop the man who started it all—Xehanort. With Master Yen Sid's help, they manage to discover the true plot of Xehanort's planning, and now they must all come together to stop him at all costs. What they need is a collective of seven Keyblade warriors.
- My version
In my version, I arranged the timeline to 20-25 years later, where Sora and Kairi's young son, Sarox, receives the same power and is assigned by King Mickey Mouse to travel across the universe with his new company, Max Goof and Pete Junior, and his love interest, Marlene Wallace (from Final Fantasy VII), in order to locate the Keyblade Masters who are yet to unlock their powers, and protect the new generation of Princesses from falling in the hands of darkness.
- Marlene's Summon Crystals
- Bahamut (Time)
- Shiva (Ice)
- Bolt (Sound Wave)
- Marahute (Air)
- The list of my Keyblade Masters
- The new generation of Princesses of Heart
- Marlene Wallace (Final Fantasy VII) - succeeding Kairi (Kingdom Hearts)
- Giselle (Enchanted) - succeeding Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
- Layla Williams (Sky High) - succeeding Jasmine (Aladdin)
- Princess Eilonwy (The Black Cauldron) - succeeding Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
- Rapunzel (Tangled) - succeeding Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
- Garnet til Alexandros (Final Fantasy IX) - succeeding Cinderella (Cinderella)
- Gabriella Montez (High School Musical) - succeeding Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
- Keyblade Wielders: Bella Swan (Ruby Sun) and Edward Cullen (Soul of Gold).
- Others: Carlisle Cullen, Jacob Black, Renesmee Cullen, Alice Cullen, Esme Cullen, Emmett Cullen, Jasper Hale, Rosalie Hale, Charlie Swan, Aro, Marcus, Caius, etc.
- World: Forks.
- Process: Completed.
Sarox, Marlene, Max, and PJ arrive in Forks just when Bella, Jacob and Renesmee are hunting. Sarox meets Bella right after Irina disappeared into the mountains. And when Alice has a vision of the Volturi's coming, Sarox decides to stay and help, no matter the possibilities of failing, and gathers friends of his own to witness in Renesmee's favor.
This story is told from two characters' point of view: Bella and Sarox. On chapter four, Edward was the one who narrated. I've been thinking about Jacob, and it took me a long time to give him a part: he landed in the after-confrontation.
Their side of friends are cross-over characters from High School Musical, The Sword in the Stone, Sky High, Final Fantasy VII & IX, Enchanted, Tangled, The Black Cauldron, and the traditional Disney franchise as well as some of the original characters from Kingdom Hearts itself. Bella will have to double her strength to shield this many people at once.
It was great to find someone who actually liked it, but they needed to know that half the words were stolen from the book itself. I wrote the story out of a thought of fun, and I just wanted it to be as original as possible. That's why I used half the book's words. Silly as it sounds, I feel a bit ashamed.
Feel free to check it out if you're interested.
Here's another fan fiction I wrote for fun, called The Twilight Saga: Blinking Star . It tells the tale of what happens to Renesmee after she's fully developed and how her relationship to Jacob progresses.
When Renesmee begins her first day of high school, new friends, new enemies and new love blossom as challenges await. By this time, the family has added a new and highly powerful vampire named Thomas.
Renesmee and Jacob find the courage to admit their love for one another, but what will the couple encounter on their way to happiness? A new coven of vampires threatens to divide them for good, and Renesmee must learn to trust herself and her love before she can meet her enemies.
Meanwhile, the Cullens are troubled by the arrival of a mysterious girl from Thomas's past.
This is a short story that tells what Thomas went through as a newborn vampire, and what drove him to become a vegetarian when he had the power to do whatever he wanted. It is mainly a trip down memory lane.
The Twilight Saga: Moonlight (in-progress)
The sequel of The Twilight Saga: Blinking Star. A new year begins, and a new threat approaches the Cullens.
Could it be the Volturi? Or is it something else?
Other Kingdom Hearts fan fictions
Started by Me
- Charles (disambiguation)
- Lauren (disambiguation)
- Tracker (disambiguation)
- Wolf pack (disambiguation)
- Arkansas coven
- Benito's newborn army
- Hilda's coven
- Joss's coven
- Monterrey coven
- Northern Texas coven
- Sancar's harem
- Uley pack
- Attractive magnetism
- Hypnotic vision
- Mental invisibility
- Physical attraction
- Power transferal
- Repulsive magnetism
- Tactile thought projection
- Breaking Dawn - Part 1
- Breaking Dawn - Part 1 book to movie differences
- Breaking Dawn - Part 1 videos
- Breaking Dawn - Part 2
- Breaking Dawn - Part 2 book to movie differences
- Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (trailer)
- Breaking Dawn - Part 2 videos
- Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined quotes
- Life and Death to Twilight differences
- Newborn army battle
- The meadow
- The Storytellers - book to movie differences
- If you could have a special power of your own, what would you choose? Pick a power from Twilight if you like
- Book glitches