Author has written 3 stories for Brothers Grim.
As I have just checked my user stats and seen that 23 people have looked at my profile, I guess that I have to put something here for you to look at.
So here goes.
First up - I'm British. From Yorkshire if you need to be that precise.
I am probably older that most of the people who write for this website, being closer to 40 than 20 (but I'm not 42 yet! - that comes from a certain author I love). I came to Brothers Grimm through a love of Terry Gilliam movies (If you liked Brother Grimm you should see The Fisher King, his modern day fairytale/grail quest movie - although it is a 15 Certificate (not sure what that is in America) - but it does have my favour scene in it (the one where they are all dancing in Grand Central Station)). I love the movie, but definately had a feeling that it could have been better (If you want to know about the problems surrounding the movie, read the book by Bob McCabe or look at Dreams, the Terry Gilliam fan website).
I was watching the DVD one day and got the scene where the Queen offered Jake - power...fame...Angelika (or words to that effect) and thought, she is offering him the wrong thing (okay, I had had a drink or two) and after a few days of thinking about it I put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard) and came up with the story you are reading. I haven't written anything in a very long time and when I did I am pretty sure the website like this didn't exist, so you will have to bear with me.
These tend to change with what I am currently reading, but I usually come back to:-
J R R Tolkein
J K Rowling and Eion Colfer (sorry if spelling is wrong) - good fiction is good fiction whether it is written for children or adults
Robert Scott and Jay Gordon
J V Jones
and Dean Koontz
So there you go. That's me. Hope you didn't find it too boring.
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