Author has written 5 stories for Doctor Who.
..:A little about myself:..
Birth date - Feb. 28th
Current home - Tucson, AZ
Hobbies - Reading, writing, Renaissance Festivals and costuming, Steampunk and costuming, movies, and video games.
Movies - I like a wide range of movies from Westerns to Comedies to Sci-Fi. I think the only genre I don't care for is romantic comedies and chick flicks, but I do have some choice ones (ie; My Big Fat Greek Wedding).
TV shows - As with movies I like a variety, but I tend to gravitate towards crime-drama and educational. I can't stand most 'reality' shows.
..:A little about Amara:..
Amara is a reoccurring OC that I put into many of my stories. Once upon a time, I invented Amara as a way to put myself into fandoms that I liked; as most OC's usually are there to do. It all started with Gundam Wing. The name 'Amara' comes from my old internet handle 'AmaraLokiFire' that I had for a very long time. Even though her original creation was a form of myself, she developed and grew and became so much her own person that it is no longer me. She still has some basic physical characteristics and behaviors that are similar to me, but she is still her own person. You know, like how a daughter may look and sometimes act like her mother in ways, but they are not the same person.
Amara's first name stays the same 98% of the time, but she has had many different last names or even none at all. Her back story has always changed around a bit to gel better with certain stories, but 80% of the time has been alone family-wise. She's been a time traveler, a solider, a warrior, a police officer/detective, a space cowboy, a wanderer, a victim, a mother, a sister, and even dead. No, seriously, I will kill her off in stories if needed. I can't stand god-moding or 'immortal' characters who, while they sometimes get hurt, even badly, always seem to escape death. If Amara gets into a situation that I know her character cannot reasonably get out of, then she gets whatever a person in that situation normally would get coming to them.
I love Amara to death and she is really like a daughter to me. I will continue to use her in stories I write.