Author has written 12 stories for Phantom of the Opera, and Harry Potter.
A mother of family thirty-something with too much imagination for her own good, Lady Debar (yes, I'm talking about myself in third person, I'm weird that way) is tall, with noisette eyes, and very pale skin that burns easily when exposed to sunlight. Most of the time (outside the office in wich she works as humans do) she is a T-and-jeans woman in glasses that adores her family and writes and draws whenever she can. Her characters have a real obsesion with becoming yaoi goodness. Not her fault, really.
Sometimes she does some het too, just to show the world that she can manage a decent female character. Some of them eventually get their own stories, but they tend to end as secondary characters to her yaoi ones. As her main characters almost always have messy existences, none of the females are complaining. At least, not too loud.
Her stories tend to get messy, hazardous, and with lots of adventure, grime, drama and introspection. She likes to create personal, complicated magic worlds with supernatural or Sci-Fi elements.
She also loves musicals, to dance, to cook, and go around with all her family.
Lady Debar is spanish, even if now is begining to write in english because she is such a show-off. Don't be too hard on her.
-Mijail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita (go Popota!), Andrej Sapowski's series of Gerald the Witcher, Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampires novels (even if she's mean and doesn't give my dear Eric a chance), Lois McMaster Bujold's Miles Vorkosigan series (ooooh, gosh), Steven Brust's Vlad Taltos series (killers rulez!), Tim Power's The Stress of Her Regard (the greatest vampire novel ever, I'd say), most of Isaac Asimov classics, Heinlein's Moon is a Harsh Mistress, China Miéville's Un Lun Dun, Daniel Fox's Moshui (the books of Stone and Water), and so on...
Favourite manga at the moment:
-Death Note, Monster, Ouran Host Club, Sex, YuYu Hakusho, Level E, Please Save my Earth, Fruits Basket, Yugi-Oh, Love-Com, Etc.
-Robin Wood's Dago and Nippur of Lagash, Mort Cinder, Dino Bataglia's Totentanz, Watchmen (and other works of Allan Moore. He's a great storyteller), Mélusine (it's childish, but sooo cute), Neil Gailman's Sandman, Thorgal, Carlos Gimenez's Los Profesionales, lots of european comics.
Some of my art in
-For Promesas:, , , , , .
-For The Wizard of the Music:and
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