I watched the anime version of “Candy Candy” on TV when I was a little girl, but I didn’t quite understand the plot. In August 2011, I found the manga and fell in love with the story. As an adult, I finally understood the love between Albert and Candy. The open ending of the story made me want more, and I started reading fan fictions. Then one day I decided to start writing one myself. My first story was called “Love Never Fails”, and I’m still writing it as of today. You can find my fan fictions in
When I was a little girl, I liked drawing or coloring using colored pencils, but for some reason I stopped doing it when I grew older. Since February 2013, I started drawing again, and it was simply satisfying! Then I also read some online tutorials to learn how to draw or color digitally. Hence, I’m still a novice, but I must say I enjoy the process of drawing the image in my mind. Suggestions of how to improve my drawings/colorings are more than welcome. Thank you in advance!
Therefore, I consider myself an amateur writer and artist, or perhaps just a blogger or hobbyist. Although my focus is on Candy Candy right now, I won’t stop myself from exploring other areas too.
Disclaimer: Candy Candy and all characters belong to Kyoko Mizuki, images to Yumiko Igarashi and anime to Toei Animation. So if my posts are about Candy Candy, they are my personal opinions, mainly based on my interpretations of the manga version and/or the Candy Candy Final Story.
Some of you know that I used to call myself “Ms Puddleglum”.
As a Christian, I love the children series “The Chronicles of Narnia”, and Puddleglum is one of my favorite characters. He is an uncommonly cheerful marsh-wiggle. I like this character mainly because near the end of “The Silver Chair”, he has overcome his cynical and pessimistic ways, and he is the one who broke the Witch’s spell in a heroic way releasing the Prince.
However, to avoid any unnecessary issues, I’ve simplified it to “Ms Puddle” instead. Thanks for your understanding!