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Aurelia Aurita

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Aurelia Aurita last won the day on December 11 2020

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About Aurelia Aurita

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  • Birthday 12/22/2000

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  1. Thank you so much for reviewing WFMS, Aqui. :D

    1. AquilaTempestas

      AquilaTempestas

      No worries. Just catching up on reviews myself!

  2. https://www.fanfiction.net/s/13826489/1/Where-flames-meet-streams

    After a long time, started writing a RaySal. :)

    1. AquilaTempestas

      AquilaTempestas

      Feel free to add it to the NOMINATE A STORY thread for reviewers weekend.

  3. Ohhh...why didn't I notice it earlier? Anyways, here it remains: Title: A week of love Fandom: Beyblade Genre: Romance (Of course) Rating: K Link: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/13812459/1/A-week-of-love
  4. https://www.buzzfeed.com/carmenb47eee68ea/pottermore-sorting-quiz-all-questions-1zhpj?utm_source=dynamic&utm_campaign=bfsharecopy&quiz_result=119009230_356240486#119009230 Ravenclaw!
  5. Ohh......*Bites tongue* I'm so sorry Aqui, I totally forgot about that xD I'll try to review soon
  6. And finally....achieved 1000+ reviews in my story "Kingdom". Yay!!! :D

  7. Yeah, I've some steps to follow. At first, I just write down the plot (Typing on computer). I don't write immediately whatever comes to my mind. I think everything cool-headedly, the arrangement and assortments of the characters (And I have some hilarious memories lmao). I just keep writing directly on a document and whenever I see that the number of the words is going high (4k-5k), I somehow put a full-stop at that (usually in the form of a cliffhanger) and complete a chapter. The events of the next chapter are usually plotted in my brain but they can be changed too whenever I sit to type tha
  8. Once upon a time, I used to be very happy and delightful getting only 3 reviews per chapter. Then, whenever I visited the fics of others, my jaw used to drop and I used to think, "Why the hell am I even in this site? Time to leave." xD But thank goodness, I've improved much, the number and quality of the reviews say so. Still, I feel a bit low whenever I don't get any review from any favorite reader. For example: I've posted a couple of fics in the last month, which have got more reviews and favs but I missed @Seafoam nightfall :P. So, it doesn't only depend on the number of reviews, bu
  9. Tyson and Daichi moments.....still makes me shake my bed/chair due to laughter xD
  10. And I like to write about pure devotion, religious spiritual stuffs. Warfare and politics is my favorite too and while writing centering spiritualism, they automatically come in my fics.
  11. Medieval fantasy is my most favorite! In fact, I'm a great fan of medieval-age romance. Sci-fi fantasy is nice but I always prefer medieval fantasy over it. My big influences are the historical and mythological shows on the TV. Indian, Greek and Roman mythologies are on my toplist.
  12. My KaiHil theme this is. Just feel the slowburn *_*
  13. Honestly speaking, I don't prefer too many OCs, specially at the places where I can get the task done with cannon characters. But I do make OCs; specially female OCs to pair with the main cannon males. My OCs are quite sweet, calm, a bit naive, kind and friendly. I make sue-like characters only to place them as villains (And again, I don't give them the roles of protagonists again). For example, in my story "Kingdom" (A Beyblade fanfiction), Zina Balkov (An OC) was the daughter of Boris Balkov and she was one of the antagonists. (Tbh, she is a complete bitch there). But, in my upco
  14. “Ding!” All the bronze temple bells swinging from the roof jingled together. Long garlands of marigolds in white and rare aqua-blue were attached to the pillars and arched niches possessing metal idols of different ancient deities, touching the ground-both linearly and curvedly. Through the round gaps on the windows, air and sunlight-both were stepping in together. On the steel-rimmed podium where African elephants were engraved, musicians in white kimonos were playing drums, flutes and biwas. Standing beside them, yellow priests were flapping the fly whisks. The gallery created a pentag
  15. I agree with you. For writing an angst scene/story, selection of place and environment is really important. I also write it quietly, in a dark place, drawing the curtains of my room and turning off the lights. I wrote my horror/angst at 12/1 am once
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