At_Your_Throat, The Wordsmith
Oh, goodness. Revamping this entire profile page, because I sound far too emo and not too much like my actual self. Sorry, 2014. Go back into your little hidey-hole where you came from!
Hi! I’m AYT, or ATY, or, or.... basically any horrendous variations of my acronym. If I could change my username, I would. Damn you, 2014!
A bit about myself:
-I’m sixteen (!!!) years old and a sophomore in high school.
-I live in Texas.
-I’m an avid reader and even if it takes me some time to churn out stories and the courage to share them, I love reviewing and beta-testing!
-I have an adorable dog named Cosmo.
-I like summer and fall the best.
-I love tea!
Thanks for reading my profile! I’m always here to talk to if you need it. Feel free to recommend me cool books that you have read! I’m constantly looking for new and fresh books.
In a small, German village life is small. The Children play, the birds sing, and the Woman gossip that is until on a small fateful night that strange happenings occur and the village is thrown into a chaos.
In this German tale you play as the young man, Guy, who is forced to be in his chimney and has the burden of finding his dear sister and his love and to find a way out of this demonic situation.
But the real question is the one that many can not answer; are you brave enough?
Recent PostsRacist or Rapist? on 10/27/2020 10:08:02 AM
2 years away from being legally able to vote. Hurrah.
Shitty Story Task 8 on 10/23/2020 2:59:48 PM
You have to write the description of characters like John Green's "Looking for Alaska" did. And by that I mean sexualizing every character beyond the point of coherency.
Hello CYS on 10/23/2020 2:56:49 PM
Hey, welcome back to CYS! :)
Who's going back to school? on 8/5/2020 12:22:03 PM
Unfortunately, I am also going back to school in a few weeks. I live in Texas and I think most of us have seen what's going on here with coronavirus lately, so I don't have to go too in-depth. For the most part, everyone is going back as normal, except we wear masks and religiously use sanitizer, because the district decided that sanitizer takes priority over the soap in the bathrooms. I chose to go online this school year because if the schools couldn't handle lice, they probably can't handle COVID. I'll miss my friends and everything, but I'd like to stay away from the other kids who already don't wash their hands on a consistent basis.
Sagely Wisdom on 7/30/2020 11:30:52 PM
At this point I should probably write an article for Help & Info to help guide these sad, misunderstood children.
What’s Up on 7/26/2020 6:09:26 PM
Yikes, but hey.
Vampyr - Epilogue pt 2 on 5/25/2020 4:28:15 PM
Glad that Cedric didn't end up dying. This was great, thank you so much for hosting!
Vampyr - Epilogue on 5/24/2020 9:48:56 PM
Daisy Reyes was stuck in yet another harrowing voting period. She had dreaded this; she'd known he would have to satisfy his hunger eventually. And had anyone listened? No. She tugged at her shirtsleeves, uncomfortable. Daisy didn't want to die for the sake of this new Vampire Lord. She had warned them, hadn't she? "Can the vampire not sustain himself on the animals surrounding this area? We should have thought this through before we blindly allied ourselves with a human-eating...man." She was acutely aware of the fact that if she talked too much of her opinions to the newly appointed leadership, she might find herself drained of blood.
"I say we give him the older members of this group...other than Old Man Zerka. After all, they have lived their lives to the fullest. The younger ones among us still have things, and people, to love and take care of."
A Vampyr in Cyspool on 5/24/2020 5:09:29 PM
Fear yet again lanced through Daisy's heart. She had lifted her line of sight from the ground, but after seeing him smile so creepily, she immediately looked back down. "I would prefer it if you would stop doing that."
A Vampyr in Cyspool on 5/24/2020 4:45:35 PM
Daisy jumped a bit when the vampire bared his fangs, not sure if she was imagining things or if he were being truthful. But she could no longer lie to herself when he talked on about his struggles to keep what was left of his humanity. She was absolutely terrified of this man; if he wanted to, he could kill any number of the villagers around them. And that was what Daisy was afraid of. She wrung her hands again, worry twisting her soft features. Daisy swallowed down the urge to run.
What infuriated her, mostly, was his proposal. A vampire, leading the town? A monster? And why were the others so readily accepting of this plan? He was probably only roping everyone into a plan that surely had bad intentions. But Daisy was more afraid of making this opinion known. If she were the only one to disagree, and disagree very strongly, he may kill her outright.
The young tailor let her hands drop to her sides. "I'm not happy about this proposal...I will abstain from voting for now." Her gaze shifted down to the ground in front of her. She could not imagine how much more she would have to protect Cedric. Who knows, perhaps with the security of being the town's leader, he could get away with whatever murder he liked. "How do we know we can trust you? You killed a fellow villager. Who says that you won't kill again?"