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Hi. Call me flute. :) I decided to try out wattpad since inkpop got shut down (to all of those that knew me on inkpop, HIIIII!!!!!!!). I am a total band nerd (as if my username didn't make that obvious enough). 

My favorite genres: Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Romance (as long as it also includes one of the other genres)

On the covers of all of my books, I have the author as "fluteplayer" instead of "fluteplayerXD". fluteplayer was my username on inkpop, and is still my username on figment, so it's become a habit. The only reason it's not fluteplayer here is because that was already taken. :(
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5 Published Works

Featured work.

Dreaming of Dragons

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Description: Dreah lives in a secluded village plagued with some real pests: dragons. Dreah grew up hating and fearing them, but that may change when she meets Calem, the village Chief's son, who seems to have taken an interest in the dragons… And a very dangero...


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The New Hunger Games

The New Hunger Games

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Keena Thorogood lives a century after Katniss made the decision to have the Hunger Games with tributes f...

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Marching in the Dark

Marching in the Dark

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When sixteen-year-old Melody Goldman is in a car crash, the part of her brain that allows her to see is…...

The Seraphim Project

The Seraphim Project

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Kite is a 15-year-old, genetically engineered angel. She lives in a house in the middle of nowhere with...

Michael

Michael

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Among some of my friends, Michael is a joke that we have made time and again about the elevator in our g...

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fluteplayerXD
For Ghostly:
      1. Not sure where to go with this one. Technically, I could go with Blink, but it's more her existence and involuntary things that drive the plot forward. It's Jem's actual thoughts and ideas that drive the plot. So I'll go with point to Jem.
      2. That one's definitely Blink. She has this whole awakening of who she is and it's a huge thing. Jem changes very little. Point to Blink.
      3. Also definitely Blink. Her very existence and identity are at stake. Jem, comparably, has very little at stake.
      
      So that leaves it fairly comfortably to Blink. Good, my pov character won. :)
fluteplayerXD commented on Time Distortion - Help me out


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Oh, slight clarification. The new time traveler would have already changed Zara and Hisashi's timeline because in a previous comment, you said that he does this sometime before Zara does. This means that he would go back in time before she ever did, if he was on that course to begin with, and only tampering by Zara would result in his affecting this timeline.
fluteplayerXD commented on Time Distortion - Help me out


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Well, maybe the version of events that Zara and Hisashi are living through is the final version of events that they created by altering the past. Have you seen the new X-Men movie? Days of Future Past? (Spoiler) Ignoring that Wolverine remembers everything, at the end of the movie, time is reset into a new universe and no one remembers what happened in the previous universe. Following this reasoning, Zara and Hisashi don't remember what the original universe was like, only the one they created with Zara's time travel. 
      
      Now, explaining the new time traveler in this instance is slightly trickier. Maybe Zara or Hisashi, in Zara's last time traveling experience, change something that makes this person able/willing to time travel, whereas previously he couldn't. Otherwise, he would have already disrupted the timeline, and again, that would be how it's always been. Did all of that make sense? It was logical in my head, but putting it in words is so confusing.


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Okay, thinking back, a lot of those points are valid, and a few other people pointed out some of the things you didn't know about having not read all the way through the trilogy, but I will point out that the so called "tesserae" that was supposed to feed one person for a year generally ended up being sad bread rations that a person couldn't really live off of. So that kid that sacrificed them self to get everyone tesserae probably don't actually save EVERYONE in the district, just those well enough off to supplement their rations. That's why so many people die anyway, even when they have tesserae. 
      
      All the other points I had were covered by other comments, so I'll stop there. But honestly, I don't read as critically as you obviously do, so I completely missed most of those points.


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I generally don't add POCs simply because my casts of characters are generally so small.... Though to be honest, most of the time side character descriptions are so vague that technically they could be interpreted that way. And I've never really tried the LGBT thing, not because I have any problem with it but, again, small casts of characters. The disabled thing, however, I have down. I've had a blind person (twice), a crazy (in the confused way) person, a person that had to walk with crutches (because of a serious permanent injury), a person with epilepsy, and a person with severe panic attacks. So I think I've managed to hit all ends of the spectrum on that one. Do you think that makes up for the lack of LGBT and POCs? :P