Author has written 11 stories for Les Miserables, Yu Yu Hakusho, Cats, Sherlock Holmes, and Sherlock.
Hello! I'm Alice Wright. Or rather, my pen name is Alice Wright. If you want my real name, I suggest you go to the nearest bus stop, wait for a bus, get on said bus, and then ask the bus driver what her name is. That won't be me, but at least you'll have the satisfaction of having tracked down someone's name. Besides, the bus driver will most likely be very flattered that you cared, and we all ought to be a little nicer to bus drivers.
I like complex characters, that's why I try to write them at every possible turn. Strangely enough, this has brought me into writing detectives. I suppose this is because detectives are walking the thin line between being a law enforcer and being a criminal themselves. They have to learn to think like a criminal and know all the tricks that one might use while at the same time pledging not to use this knowledge to become a criminal themselves. Detectives are often very intelligent too, and if it's one thing that I like in a character it's intelligence.
This brings me to my current pet detective: Sherlock Holmes. He's the perfect example of my theory since he sometimes does use the tricks he's learned to commit criminal acts (i.e. breaking into a house or pickpocketing someone for a clue) and often hurts the people in his life because he's too headlong into the chase.
As I currently seem to be in a constant state of fluctuating health, I cannot guarantee consistent updates nor their quality. I apologize in advance. I shall try to rewrite anything that is below standard.
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