Author has written 11 stories for Devil May Cry, Eyeshield 21, Naruto, Yu Yu Hakusho, and House, M.D..
About Vir M.
Inquiring minds want to know a little bit about me, so here I go. I am a young woman, and I like video games, books, movies, and fairy tales. Robin McKinley is currently my favorite author, and my favorite director is Guillermo del Toro (known mostly for Pan's Labyrinth and the Hellboy film series, although my favorite work of his is The Devil's Backbone). I enjoy urban fantasy books and like dark myths of the Fae set in present day. Fun little fact: I don't have a favorite color, but I do have a favorite flower. Sunflowers!
Vir's To-Do List or Lifetime Goals
Here are a few of the things on my life's To-Do List.
1. Get published and become an internationally known author.
2. Have one of my novels get made into a movie (directed by Guillermo del Toro? I wish!).
3. Rule the World (or at least brainwash part of the populace into believing I am God).
4. Write a novel that teachers could teach in high school; possibly a dystopia with an insanely depressing ending not unlike Brave New World.
Recently, I received a request for a list of authors or books I would recommend to someone looking for new reading material. Several of these are for young adults, but any true lover of the written word can appreciate them for what they are. Bolded authors are ones I especially recommend: Jim Butcher (The Dresden Files), Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely), Marie Brennan (Midnight Never Come), Robin McKinley (Sunshine; The Hero and the Crown), Peter Dickinson (The Ropemaker), Richard Matheson (author of I Am Legend, the inspiration of the Will Smith movie of the same name that royally sucked), William Goldman (The Princess Bride), Eve Forward (Villians By Necessity), Sergei Lukyanenko (Nightwatch), Christopher Moore (Lamb; A Dirty Job), Tad Williams (War of the Flowers), John C. Wright (Orphans of Chaos), Alan Campbell (Scar Night), Peter S. Beagle (The Last Unicorn), Michelle Morgan (Nefertiti; Heretic Queen), Jeffrey Overstreet (Auralia's Colors), Theodora Goss (In the Forest of Forgetting), Martin Miller (Lonely Werewolf Girl), Annette Curtis Klause (Blood & Chocolate, the movie version of which was TERRIBLE), Madeleine L'Engle (A Wrinkle In Time; A Ring of Endless Light), Bram Stoker (Dracula), and anything by J. R. R. Tolkien. There, that ought to keep all of you busy until Halloween.
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