Author has written 41 stories for CSI, Harry Potter, NCIS, and Bones.
In case you're wondering, I did use to be arashichaser...I just feel like more of a TheYoungTimpani now
SECONDARY: McAbby, Jibbs, Kari
FAVE: Booth & Brennan
SECONDARY: H/G, R/Hr
If you want to see the tornado damage discribed in Chapter 6 of 1,050 Miles from Washington, the pictures are here. http://www.srh.weather.gov/lzk/html/svr0208pics1.htm
Pictures of people from both 1,050 Miles from Washington and Roles Reversed can be found here: http://s408.photobucket.com/albums/pp164/Timpani_2010/ Under the appropriate album title.
Here's the link to the Ringtones video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndg-9OAACgU
I'm just your everyday average super-geek. I've been compared to Brennan and Sheldon from Big Bang Theory (which equals love, by the way).
I can be a bit of a stickler for grammar and use a bunch of obscure punctuations and the like, but by no means am I perfect and I love Spell Check (except for when its telling me that I've spelled my name wrong).
I'm a Chicago Cubs fan. In case you haven't read 1,050 Miles, I am from Arkansas. Rural north central Arkansas. Not quite the middle of nowhere. Concord is the middle of nowhere.
I'm currently into J.D. Salinger's books. I like The Catcher in the Rye, but I hate Holden Caulfield...is that weird? I prefer Franny and Zooey over The Catcher in the Rye; I quite like Zooey Glass. My favorite book, though, is Between the Bridge and the River by Craig Ferguson (yes, that Craig Ferguson). I'd reccomend it to anyone who can stand to laugh at themselves and the things that they hold closest and the stereotypes against everyone. I also recently read The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe. Very technical, but if you're really interested in the early days of the American space program, its the best book to look at.
Musically, I'm into U2, Coldplay, Train, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Bowling for Soup, Barenaked Ladies, Weezer, Matisyahu, They Might Be Giants, The Cure, stuff of that nature.
As far as movies are concerned, I will not watch a horror movie. Sorry, its not happening. I like Mel Brooks movies: Spaceballs, Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Young Frankenstein. The Blues Brothers is a phenomenal movie. Sports movies are okay if they represent something deep like cultural changes coming to a head or something of that nature (Miracle or Remember the Titans). Cartoon movies are some of the best (Ratatouille, Up, The Wild Thornberries Movie, The Lion King). I used to be really, really into anime, but now I'm kinda picky there. My favorite movies in that genre are still Sprited Away and TekkonKinkreet. Apollo 13...I have the score on my Zune. Greatest. Movie score. Ever. I'm into indie movies, too...but these days, isn't everyone? I fell in love with Slumdog Millionaire and Juno even though I jumped on the bandwagon a little late for them. (500) Days of Summer was awesome and now I love Joseph Gordon-Levitt...as an actor. I focus a lot on technical aspects of films. Speaking of those things- Caleb Deschanel is the greatest cinematographer of our time. As a referance, I cite The Right Stuff. Done.
So, I'm a college student. Right now, the plan is anthropology (but not like on Bones, that is not my scene) but everything is subject to change at a moment's notice.
One last thing- There were two peanuts walking down the street and one was assaulted!...Peanut.
I find that humorous (points at upper arm) and this one, too! Ha ha ha ha ha ha! (Dad says that and laughs at himself, I just wanted to try it out and see how rewarding it feels...I am content with the results)