Author has written 11 stories for Tsubasa Chronicle, Sherlock Holmes, LXG, and Sherlock.
Oh, dear me, dear me. Here I am yet again, a little bit older and (I pray) a little bit wiser than in the past. I have "renewal periods" as I call them, where I go months without writing and suddenly pop up again. Silly me! Anyway, I hope you haven't come here looking for anything spectacular, because you're not liable to find it. On the whole, I am rather average, though I do have my moments! My main interests lie in Sherlock Holmes, Star Trek, Psych, Zoids, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, To Kill a Mockingbird, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Pokémon and some assorted others.
A little background? Hum. I'm twenty-one years-old and will be receiving my Associates Degree in Criminal Justice in the spring. I enjoy all things to do with crime and its detection, be it Sherlock Holmes, Forensic Files, or having a laugh with Psych. I really do enjoy making new friends and speaking to fellow authors/authoresses with similar interests, so feel free to hit me up for a chat on AIM or MSN, should the fancy strike you. The pen name? Haha. I always enjoyed the story Where the Wild Things Are and have always been a rather laid back individual... and the name was spawned. :)
Character obsessions next, I think. First and foremost... Lestrade! Over the years, I've found I've grown extremely fond of the little professional and I'm a firm promoter of the belief that he has far greater merit as a character than most people give him credit for. I'll tell you, I've had more than one Lestrade based rant in my day, ha! In my personal opinion, Colin Jeavons was the best to ever play him (Granada ftw!) and for those poor unfortunate souls who had the mistake of letting me, they will tell you I could wax poetic on the matter all day. Shout out to my brother for not only allowing me to do so, but for agreeing with me on the matter of Lestrade despite having only ever read Hound of the Baskervilles once some years prior. For Psych, Lassiter is my favorite; he's seriously the Lestrade of Psych. With his gun porn and his general social awkwardness, he's just so easy to grow attached to. I love how he's grown as a character over the past four seasons, especially in relation to his partner. For Star Trek, the ever-lovably grumpy McCoy. He's a doctor, dammit, and he can fix that! Nu!Trek was fantastic, in my opinion, and Karl Urban did a wonderful job of portraying the character as De had molded him. Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird was one of my childhood heroes, and remains one today (Gregory Peck is an amazing man).
And now... a note about the Richie film. -sigh- What can I say? I did manage to draw a few positives from all the negatives I stacked up as I sat foaming at the mouth in the theater. It's an enjoyable film, so long as you're not looking for Canon. I was looking for Canon. I always look for Canon. Judesie made a very good Watson, though, I'll give him that. He was probably the most redeeming quality of the film aside from Constable Clark. I've decided to adopt Constable Clark, in fact. He was a nice character, who I think would be happier if he were incorporated to more Canonical fiction. -prepares to start a "Save Clarky" movement- I was grinding my teeth at Richie's idea of Miss Adler and Lestrade. It literally hurt my brain watching them. The Holmes and Watson banter was enjoyable, yes. I love RDJ, and he made an interesting Holmes... just not my preferred/ideal Holmes. It's strange, because I wouldn't call it a bad film, it was good, but again only if you view it while distracting your inner Canon Monster. Eh... it's difficult to explain. -kidnaps Clarky and returns to Canon Land-
Enough of my ranting! You're probably not reading this anyway! Onward! And Upward! Go, Humans, go!
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