Author has written 5 stories for Doctor Who, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, and Sherlock.
Hello. This is a super, mildly exciting introduction to a perfectly atypical, yet disturbingly normal human being. Are you ready for this?
My name here is Chrissy Truman which bares shocking resemblances to my actual name. I know, everybody freak out. I totally made this account before I was thirteen, and I felt like a badass when I did it. I mean, who didn't? So I've had this account for a while now. And oh, the fanfiction I wrote... There were many of them. One of them actually got twenty reviews. I wrote it when I was thirteen, it was three indescribably short, poorly edited, and meagerly written chapters. Now I'm lucky to get seven reviews. Curse you younger me! (those seen reviews do however mean the world to me).
I'm a fangirl. I love Firefly, Doctor Who, and Sherlock. I started Doctor Who when I was fourteen, with the ninth doctor, and I never looked back. I freaked out when I watched Sherlock on Netflix and found out it was set it modern times. I met Firefly one year after it was canceled, and thought it was the most brilliant thing on the whole goddamn planet.
I've watched Supernatural from an early age, and yes, that left me a marginally scarred child for a while. I was pretty convinced the Wendingo was going to break into my house at any moment (because holy crap guys it can unlock doors). I sort of got off the regular watching after Sam came back from the dead after the whole Ass Butt scene and the punching and the flash backs. I still watch it, though.
I also quite enjoy White Collar, Burn Notice, Monk, Psych, NCIS, and Elementary.
Person of Interest is I think one of the most fantastic things on American T.V. I definitely more than quite enjoy it.
My books: The Book Thief by Markus Zuzak is the single greatest book I have ever read in my life. Other incredible books by Zuzak include: I am the Messenger and the Underdogs Trilogy. They're all incredibly well written.
Harry Potter, if you must know, was my childhood. I have all the books on tape. My sister read them to me, my parents read them to me. Other kids had fairytales and picture books before bed, and I had Harry Potter. I will not hear a word spoken against it, because people just don't understand the intricacies, and incredible effort/skill it took to create those books. There's so much that lies inside of them that careless people just overlook.
Artemis Fowl, for me, was the coolest most kick ass thing ever as kid. I thought those books were the freaking epitome of cool, and they still are. I also loved Eoin Colfer's over books such as The Supernaturalists, The Wish List, Airman, and Half Moon Investigations. Then I found out that Eoin Colfer was more than just this cool author dude, and that he was involved with Doctor Who and stuff, and I got kind of mad...
Anything of Terry Prachett's is just going to be the most cleverly hilarious novel you've ever read, so just read them all. The Color of Magic, The Fifth Elephant, Thief of Time, Night Watch, The Truth, Equal Rites, Carpe Jugulum, and the Wee Free Men series happen to be among my favorites.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Galaxy is nothing short of pure brilliance and Douglas Adams and Terry Prachett are like peas in a pod in my mind.
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan is hardcore fantasy, like the Lord of the Rings except on steroids. It's nearly 13 books and all of those books are ridiculously thick. It's also kind of the most brilliant, unbelievably well-crafted world/story in this particular genre that has ever been seen. It is simply spectacular. The effort that went into this series is obvious
Okay last thing, even though there is so much more to tell you. Richard Feynman is perhaps the most genuinely, interesting/clever/fantastic/brilliant/stupendous/quirky/ridiculous man who has ever lived. I wish he had been my imaginary best friend as a child.