Author has written 1 story for Slam Dunk.Before anything else, I'd like to thank the distinguished ff.net for providing ambitious but obscure writers like us some space to glamorize ourselves.
Now to the matter at hand...
I, Cyam, swear by the honor of my dearly departed dog Blackie, that the following statements are true but have no social relevance whatsoever:
* I am 19.
Provided I eke out my thesis, I will soon be finished with college and will likely join the ranks of the unemployed for a considerable period until I realize that this world needs my services for it to become a better place.
My wordiness is a side-effect of my being a lit major. Sorry.
I hail from Rizal, which is a province in Southern Luzon, which is part of the Philippines, which is found in South East Asia.
I am addicted to coffee and iced tea. Not together.
I have this passion for hunting used books at book sales.
I am prone to rambling.
Right now I think Marat Safin is the sexiest creature alive. (My taste varies every month.)
My favorite shows are Sex and the City, C.S.I., Fear Factor, and the cartoon Hey Arnold!
My aversion to cockroaches is similar to my aversion to the Los Angeles Lakers.
My bet from the West is the Sacramento Kings, from the East, it's New Jersey Nets.
I used to play tennis, volleyball, and bowling. Now I just sit at home, rock on my chair and reflect about the meaning of life.
I have a bad case of insomnia.
I love Slam Dunk and Rurouni Kenshin.
I started writing RK fanfics in 1999. Some are so childish and tasteless that I'd like to pretend I was possessed when I wrote them. It was only last year, 2001, when I tried my hand at SD fanfics.
I like to drive fast.
I am an R&B / alternative rock person, depending on the mood.
I may not be able to respond to each and every review and e-mail I get, but I definitely read all of them.
I am always thankful for the feedback, and I must admit, those that matter most to me are the ones that are meaty, constructive, and really insightful. The one-line comments are of course welcome, but they are just pleasant icing. ^_^
-- November 6, 2002