I give a nice and warm welcome to all the fellow Watt Paders who have happened to stumble upon my profile page.  I am the quirky yet serious writer Timegear33, an inspiring nineteen year old author.  While a little overly fangirlish, I am quite ambitious and driven to create the best content possible.

My goal is to create a comfortable reading platform on Watt Pad for everyone to enjoy. No matter what you like or where you live, everyone can take some time to enjoy the reading content on this page. I want this page to stand as an example of the great possibilities this website can give an entire generation of people. I want someone to read these stories, reviews, or editorials, learn something about life or themselves, and express themselves freely without social pressure. Even if you do not agree with an opinion of mine, what is important is that you were able to form that opinion on your own. Reading should give the audience the ability to do so at their free will.

As this page expands with more content (good or bad in your own opinion), hopefully this goal of growth within ourselves can be fully realized! I am here for the long run and I am not going away for quite a long time.

Alongside my own written content are reading lists containing the works of other authors who I find to be especially skilled. These works really can be anything. As long as the writing is well done and leaves a positive impression, it will be here somewhere. Who knows, maybe you yourself will have something featured here in the very near future.

As said in the RPG video game Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky, the reason behind my username, "Smiles go for miles."
  • JoinedJuly 31, 2015


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Timegear33 Timegear33 Sep 09, 2018 05:19AM
  Additionally with the news of the updates on my horror clichés editorial, I will be officially finishing my Classic Literary Reviews.  I have chosen the official last three books I will be reviewin...
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Fifty Horror Clichés That Need To Burn In A Fire by Timegear33
Fifty Horror Clichés That Need To...
Ever wonder why strong stories from horror masters such as Stephen King or Edgar Allen Poe work so well for m...
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One Hundred Fantasy Clichés That Really Need To Rest In Peace   by Timegear33
One Hundred Fantasy Clichés That R...
From the same writer that pointed out some of the worst tropes in popular culture in A Hundred Clichés That N...
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Classic Literary Reviews #1 by Timegear33
Classic Literary Reviews #1
Is our generation doomed due to the art of reading dying out? To many adults, it is yes. However, the truth...
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