Author has written 3 stories for Stargate: Atlantis.
Please state the nature of the medical emergency.
My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.
I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar.
I could keep going for days.
Let's get down to it, shall we?
TV: Stargate Atlantis/SG-1, Star Trek(s), Firefly, science fiction shows, NCIS/CSI: NY/crime shows in general, Psych, various Disney Channel shows I will certainly not admit I watch, and almost anything out there. I am a television freak.
Movies: Ehhh - there's lots. For starters, The Princess Bride, Serenity, Finding Nemo, Ocean's Eleven, Airplane!, Pirates of the Caribbean, and dozens of others no one really cares about reading.
Music: Currently? Musicals (Legally Blonde the Musical, Avenue Q, Wicked, Rent, Bat Boy the Musical, Cats, Hairspray, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Spring Awakening, Les Miserables, Fiddler on the Roof, Jekyll & Hyde, Phantom of the Opera, Spamalot, Oliver!, Disney musicals, etc for forever and a day). But again, almost anything. I was raised on Oldies, which will probably stick with me until I die. I discovered boy bands about five years too late, so I was doubly nerdy. But definitely musicals, pop, rock, etc. Such aspects of a profile are boring.
Books: Again, quite a few. I'm a fantasy fan. I'm a science fiction fan. I have, on occasion, been seen reading crappy teenage fiction. (On occasion.) But I read almost anything.
Pairings (oh boy): Sam/Jack (SG-1), Sheppard/Weir (Atlantis), Danny/Lindsay (CSI: NY), Emmett/Elle (Legally Blonde the Musical), Ellie/Captain Awesome (Chuck), maybe Shawn/Juliet (Psych) (I'm undecided), Tracy/Link (Hairspray), and a bunch of others I'm not even going to relate.
In a nutshell, I love television and music. I spend far too much time doing useless things when I could easily be doing more worthwhile things, such as homework. Annoyingly, my brain is on constant Grammar Police patrol, and I could probably do well in the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, or at least point out when they spelled a word incorrectly (granted, of course, I had heard of it). Semicolons make me happy, though I have yet to use one in this profile.
In the immortal words of Douglas Adams -
So long, and thanks for all the fish.