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Author has written 29 stories for Gilmore Girls.
February 2012 update - still around, but have a horrible case of writer's block. Feel free to throw rocks at me.
I'm Addie. 20-something (I always forget to update these damned things), nerd extraordinaire, stay-at-home something until I get a job/different degree, pretending to be a writer. I read, I watch films, I watch a shitload of TV, most of it horribly bad, go on long diatribes on literature. I'm a half-arsed feminist but I give it my best try and I spend far too much arguing on the Internet. I love tattoos, especially if they're in any way related to books, can't stand white walls, adore technology and hate long walks on the beach.
I like Hemingway, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Bukowski, Garcia Marquez and others. I find most poetry utterly boring and useless. There's a short list with some quotes I love for a variety of reasons at the end of this.
I have an impossibly long list of favourite films, starting with Casablanca and working my way from there. I prefer horrors and hate love stories, despite writing mostly romance.
You can follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Adieslabyrinth . I sometimes tweet about fanfics.
"Don't make up a separate me." Ernest Hemingway
"I kept this to remind me of you trying to brush away the Villa Rossa from your teeth in the morning, swearing and eating aspirin and cursing harlots. Every time I see that glass I think of you trying to clean your conscience with a toothbrush." Hemingway
"You are all a lost generation." Hemingway
"People with no morals often considered themselves more free, but mostly they lacked the ability to feel or love." Bukowski
"I am going to demand everything of you - even the impossible, because you encourage it." Henry Miller
“Life’s wildest moment—-she kneels on the sidewalk. Everything else she does is lies, lies." Miller
"Ordinary life does not interest me. I seek only the high moments. I am in accord with the surrealists, searching for the marvelous." Anais Nin