Author has written 5 stories for Jazz Jackrabbit, Harvest Moon, Golden Sun, Elder Scroll series, and Fire Emblem.
[Story Statuses as of 4.18.13: Who gives a flying fig about story statuses anymore? I know I don't.]
About me: Hello, all; I'm Thanny, a humble novelist and connoisseur of games and books, and thank you for clicking the link attached to my name just because you can (or an angry race of slug people arrogated you and forced you into obeying their orders). Please feel free to make yourself home with my profile. You can seat yourself over there amongst the throw pillows, or you can stand, if you prefer. I care not. Anyway, what should I discuss, I wonder? The umber sky? That wretched hillock over there? Oh, me? As you wish.
I am a writer who enjoys reviewing other people's works as much as, if not more than, writing my own. I intend to read every single style at least once and find the perfect blend for myself so that I can take my literary hobbies a step further, and very soon I shall do exactly that. Beyond my writer's background, I enjoy good laughs with good company, am wedded to the most wonderful of dictionaries (Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, second edition), and love books and nature. Sadly, not too many young people follow my example and prefer eying their iPhones for the latest tweet or Facebook like, and to those youths I say "READ A BOOK OR I'LL THROW A LIBRARY AT YOU!"
Sources of inspiration and enjoyment: I am an old fan of several video game series, including Elder Scrolls, Fire Emblem, Golden Sun, Heroes of Might and Magic, Jazz Jackrabbit, Knights of the Old Republic, and Star Fox. Other games I snuggle with on occasion are Secret of Evermore, Dragon Warrior Monsters, Final Fantasy 6, the original Harvest Moon, Pokemon Red, and Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
Outside of video games, I prefer science fiction and fantasy stories with a wide universe and lot of background, and by "prefer" I mean "love beyond words." To me, everything else pales in comparison (besides Crime and Punishment and The Count of Monte Cristo), but I don't snobbishly abandon other genres. No, sir and/or madam, I read anything I can and strive to make use of it.
Future projects: I aspire to do one or two fics about each of my favourite video game series and -- who knows? -- maybe a ficcie about a show or book for your reading enjoyment. I need to think about it more once I finish some of my current projects.
A Star Fox story might be my next project because I aspire to beat my greatest pal and strongest rival's story The Darkside of Star Fox. One day I will trump your story, Smashie ol' chum; you have my word!
Mystics Apprentice: By Grabthar's Hammer, never have I met a person with more writing promise than her. Description and emotion come naturally to this gifted authoress, and each chapter brings new life to her characters. If she keeps improving massively with every additional snippet, I would not doubt it if she becomes one of the greats, so if you have not read any of her stories do so right this moment. That is not a suggestion; that is an order. Hut hut!
SmashFan2005: Smash here is and always will be an incredible fellow, friend, and writer. He was the one who introduced me to the professional world of writing, consoled me in times of tribulation, and showed me how beautiful the Star Fox universe can be. Anyone can learn more about character development just by reading two of his chapters, so visit his saga (link) and read it over and over again. I have . . . five times, in fact.
Gatherum: Enjoy dark themes, avid description, and top-notch survival horror? Gatherum crafts fiction that make Stephen King shudder, Lovecraft swoon, and Horace Walpole's toes curl. Many stories I wrote were modelled after his incredible flair for writing (minus the scare factor, of course). He is on hiatus at the moment, but The Dead Lords is mind-bogglingly brilliant. Read it within a week's time or I will sic my pet wyvern on you.
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