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Hey there visitor (:
It's Vicki and I can't really draw, but I can edit and take pictures like no ones business. I can write some pretty good stuff too. Anyhow, I'm just your average girl who often dreams of a better world. Okay, so some say that I'm not exactly average.

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Proud supporter of KakaSaku (and Naruto in general) 8D :iconkakaxsaku-club: :iconkakashi-hatake-hq: :iconkakasakulovers: :iconkakasakufc: :iconteam-7-love: :iconkakasakudevotion: :iconthe-sakurocks-fc:

Proud supporter of Doctor Who! :icondoctor-who-club: :icondavid-tennant-love: :icondoctorwho----fanclub: :icontimey-wimeystuff: :icondavid-tennant: :icondoctorwho-wallpapers:

Proud supporter of Supernatural (and my Winchester boys!) :iconteamwinchester: :iconteamsupernatural: :iconsupernaturalobsessed: :iconspn-crossroads: :iconsupernaturalarmy:

8D :iconezio-fanz:

Current Residence: United States
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Tiny
Favourite genre of music: Anything except Rap.
Favourite style of art: Manga
Operating System: Lion
MP3 player of choice: iPhone/iPod
Skin of choice: Tan
Favourite cartoon character: Kakashi-sensei

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If you were a famous author, would you write fanfiction under an unaffiliated name for your own stuff, for funsies?
4 deviants said Yes! If I was someone like J.K. Rowling, I'd totally be up on writing things I couldn't manage to fit into canon :3
No deviants said Nah. Totes a stupid idea. Go away, weirdo.
No deviants said Yes, but I'd want it to be known that I was the original author writing fanfiction for my stuff, for fun
No deviants said No, but I think the concept might be fun for others
       Sakura surfaced again some time later to find yet another visitor at her bedside, but this one had an aura so familiar she almost considered it equal to her own. A pure, gratifying grin melted on her face as her head lolled to drink in the sight of him.
       Her left hand was lazily cupped in his, while his other was busy cradling the precious orange-bound book he always carried with him, which fell to his lap when her stirrings caught his attention. Their eyes locked, sharing more than words could fathom in a single gaze, and he gave her an eye-crinkling smile before he brought her hand up to his cloth-covered mouth, kissing the gold band resting on her ring finger.
       Tears formed and slid down her cheeks as her lower lip began to wobble.
       Her smile never faltered.
His Guardian Medic \\ Chapter Eight [KakaSaku]
And then there was fluff.
Hope you enjoyed! It was very fun to write this and I'm very glad to have pushed myself to produce something from the tiny initial idea. The KxS fandom has been a bit dry as of late, most likely due to Naruto ending and the fact that Kishi solidified a bunch of canon ships, but I will never let go of KakaSaku. I will go down with this ship, but not without one hell of a fight.

<< Previous Chapter: His Guardian Medic \\ Chapter Seven [KakaSaku]


Naruto characters and universe (C) Masashi Kishimoto

Words, fanfiction, and title (C) Victoria Peterson
       There was no way to tell how much time had passed. Sakura awoke blearily to find herself on a cot in another room; a face hovering at her bedside gradually grew from fuzzy to discernible.
       “That man must have hit you with another toxin-laced senbon. We were able to create our own antidote from the traces of toxin we collected from Kakashi’s body and managed to heal you without much trouble. The mission and the toxin did a number on your body, so the doctor’s orders are to stay and rest for a little while longer,” the face said, morphing into one Sakura recognized as Shizune’s. Sakura’s conscious spell didn’t last long, though, when she quickly began to fade back into blissfully numbing sleep. Before she slipped past the barrier again, she caught three of the sweetest words she had ever heard.
       “Oh, and Sakura? Kakashi is alive.”
    Hello all~

    Today I added another finished (rough draft) book to my collection, which makes
    My first actual novel I began and finished during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month, which is in November - you've got 30 days to write 50,000 words: of 2010, almost four years ago. Let's rewind a bit first - I'm feeling story time!
    I wrote my very first ever chapter story completely from my imagination around Christmas of 2007, and that ended up being 14 pages (7,500 words) in Word, which was monumental for the time and I was very proud (let me put it into perspective - I was thirteen years old). Keep in mind, the stories themselves were pretty dumb, but the essence was cool, at least to my teenage brain. And I didn't stop. I wrote a sequel (9 pages, 5,000 words), a third installment (a whopping 27 pages and 15,000 words!), AND a fourth one (34 pages, 17,600 words), AAAAND I began to write a fifth book but I guess I got busy or something because I just dropped it (only got to be 4,000 words anyway, and if I recall, the story was starting to get suuuuper cray). All of these were written before an entire year passed. When I was 13-14 yrs old, I dedicated 49,100 words to this idea I had, and I wrote it all in a year. (I hadn't ever actually gone back to see how many words they were or added them up, so this is even very intriguing as well as surprising to me). I can easily say, in writing those dumb stories, I fell completely and utterly in love with writing.
    So, back to my first real novel in 2010. Between 2007/2008 and 2010, I wrote little blurbs of things, short stories and whatever; I didn't pick up the idea of trying to write a full-length novel until I was introduced to NaNoWriMo that year. I got really excited by the idea and figured what the heck, I'd try it. I'd pledge to write at least 50,000 words on a piece of fiction of mine in a month. Now, before, I had written almost 50,000 words over the course of an entire year. Granted, I had grown up a little since then, but to cram all that work into 30 days? It seemed daunting, incredibly so, at first. But then I started writing on the idea, just kept writing and writing, and I got it done in a month. At it's finished stage, it came out at 53,600 words. My first novel was born, November of 2010. After that, it's obvious that I simply couldn't stop writing.
    That next summer, 2011, I wrote a novella, 29,500 words. NaNoWriMo that same year, I wrote another novel, 52,400 words. That next year, 2012, is when things started to get serious. I was becoming tired of writing one-book stories - I needed something more, at least a book and a sequel or something. I had been sketching out and tossing around ideas for three separate books revolving basically around the same idea, within the same universe, for years. Years. It was NaNoWriMo of 2012, during my first Freshman semester, that I penned the first idea. It's 92,700 words. I had broken the 50,000 word barrier I was under for the first three; I could never seem to get much past it. So this satisfied me for a while, but then, the sequel grew, and then it grew into a trilogy. The sequel, which I penned last summer (2013), turned out 54,600 words. And, friends, I'm telling you all this, because today marks the day that I finished my first trilogy. The third installment weighed in at 54,500, before I've gotten a chance to read back through it and do some quick revisions and additions. Just a couple hours ago, I declared the rough rough draft complete. I am the proud owner of a trilogy. And you may not care, which is okay with me, because I'm pretty darn pumped about it.
    The little take-away from this story I can give you is that starting and finishing that very first full-length novel idea is tough. Goodness, it is sooooo touuuugh. I've started millions of things, and finished only these. Some of them I'd rather pitch, but they're my babies and we're proud of each other. So just write, okay? If you want to write a novel, do it. Don't psych yourself out, don't demoralize yourself - just. do it. That first one is hard, but any after that are so much easier, because you have proved to yourself that yes, you can write a novel, because hey YOU'VE ALREADY DONE IT! NaNoWriMo proved the perfect kick in the pants to motivate me to do just that, so if a countdown helps you, then I encourage you to try that. Now that I'm in college, it's hard to find the time in November to write a novel, so now I just do them over Winter break and Summer break ;)

    Writing is hard, I know. But to be able to step back and take a look at that rough idea all laid out, well...that's one of the sweetest feelings an author can experience.

  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Paramore
  • Reading: Fated by Leafygirl
  • Watching: Summer Wars
  • Playing: Mind games

If you were a famous author, would you write fanfiction under an unaffiliated name for your own stuff, for funsies? 

4 deviants said Yes! If I was someone like J.K. Rowling, I'd totally be up on writing things I couldn't manage to fit into canon :3
No deviants said Nah. Totes a stupid idea. Go away, weirdo.
No deviants said Yes, but I'd want it to be known that I was the original author writing fanfiction for my stuff, for fun
No deviants said No, but I think the concept might be fun for others


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Sassy-Sas Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015  Student General Artist
Thank you! <3
Sassy-Sas Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Student General Artist
My dearest Vicki/Toph. I have been informed by a social-artsy-media-site that it is your birthday today, so in honour of this momentous occasion I shall now sing happy birthday to you!

Ahem....Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy - oh sod it! Nobody wants to hear me sing.


Much love! :glomp:
Vickerooni Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2014  Student Photographer
You're so sweet <3 <3 <3 <3 thank you muchly, darling!
It was quite a great though tiring day ^_^ I still can't get over the fact that you wrote me a 'fic for my birthday <:D It was so marvelous!!
Sassy-Sas Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Well...Sweet is my middle name (I wish...not) xD I'm glad you had a pleasing day! Ach, it was nothing! But it is splendid that you got enjoyment from your day and my gift; few get them from me on here xD
Vickerooni Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Student Photographer
^_^ I definitely felt special!
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CatStudio7 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for faving!:la::squee:
COM: A1 Poster - Anbu Kakashi by CatStudio7  
Vickerooni Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Student Photographer
You're very welcome, it's an impressive work ^_^
CatStudio7 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you!:la:
Ayudym Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for faving! Feel free to look my other stuff too :D (Big Grin)
Sassy-Sas Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Student General Artist
*waves* o.o :iconfriendlymushroomplz:
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