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"The fact of the matter is, your life is a constant stream of changes, I mean, you start one day accepting a job offer, and you end, saving the world." -Magnus Burnsides


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About RavenLord

Welcome to my profile! You guys can call me Raven, Rav, Rave, RavenLord, or whatever the heck you can think to call me.
So. Now that I've introduced myself, down to business. I mainly write fantasy, though I'll do realistic fiction and science fiction if I really want to. I love to write poetry. As of July 25th, I am no longer in band but still play the oboe for fun.
I'm taking British Literature and Psychology college classes for fun (and also to get good credits for high school instead of sitting through more dinky public education-funded classes), and I'm planning to take a creative writing course next semester.
My favorite book is The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, and my favorite poem depends on my current mood.
Let's see, what else?
I'm a music fanatic.
I am a member of the Unitarian Universalist church. If you don't know what that is, click on this link: http://www.uua.org/
I am deeply devoted to my Swedish heritage, though it only contributes twenty-eight percent to my being (I am related to King Oscar II, though!)
So that's me. I'll update more when I think of more. In the meantime, feel free to say hi, PM if you have any questions, and stay cool! Bye now!


Interests

Ravens, Wolves, Eating, Drawing, Jane Austen, Phantom of the Opera, V for Vendetta, Game of Thrones, playing the oboe (even more than I like the tenor sax...), Shane Koyczan poems, plague doctors, vikings (not the show, though I enjoy that.), Stranger Things, The Good Place, Star Wars, roleplaying, She-Ra, music, sculpting, etc, etc.

Occupation

Nerd, former pizza runner [coronavirus has left my job in a precarious position], Part-time ruler of Westeros, high school senior, and aspiring writer.


It's all a matter of perspective. Everyone is the hero of their own story, and the villain of another's.
— James