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Author has written 7 stories for Legend of Zelda, Squire's Tales, Gerald Morris, Robin Hood, 2010, Star Wars, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Dragon Age.
Hail! I am an ambitious young writer; that is the first thing you should know about me. And besides being a huge bibliophile and an amateur artist, that's pretty much everything about me. I joined because I have eight stories in the works, none of which are even close to being finished. I am a slightly random person, but I'm more serious than humorous. At least, in my stories I am. I would like any feedback anyone might have. But, I don't want to be reading nasty or snide comments, so please, if you have something creative to say, feel free to share, otherwise, keep it to yourselves. That would be much appreciated.
Anyway, I guess I should explain where my pen name came from. A "roc" is a giant, mythical, Arabian bird with a forty- to fifty-foot wingspan (that's about 15 meters for you metric people) that stands about twenty feet tall (about 7 meters). It appears in legends and in Marco Polo's journey, as well as in Monsterology. A "lammergeier", or bearded vulture, is an actual bird and has a ten-foot wingspan (3 meters), and weighs about twelve pounds, with stomach juices as corrosive as battery acid and an appetite for bones. Yes, I am learned in zoology, and I own both Planet Earth and Life. No comment.
I do read tons of books, as mentioned previously. I have read so many, I can't remember them all. I also enjoy video games, but this hobby is new for me, since until about a year or two ago all I owned was a computer and only played building games like Zoo Tycoon and games from Impressions Games. Now, I have a D.S. and a Wii and an actual gaming computer, and have started playing RPGs. My family is also into movies, and I am a big action/adventure junkie. I am also interested in ancient cultures and mythology, especially in Europe. I am learned in Greek myths, and have developed an interest in Norse and Egyptian myths. I am also a amateur Arthurian, but my attempts at reading Le Morte D'Arthur and The Once and Future King failed miserably, since I didn't have the motivation to read them. Basically, I love fantasy, like historical fiction, and enjoy some sci-fi. The only mystery I have read (besides one Nancy Drew, which will never happen again) was Dan Brown, which I absolutely loved, but the rest doesn't really appeal to me.
Basically, that's it. Hope you enjoy my stories! WRITE REVIEWS, PEOPLE!!! I'M FEELING REALLY LONELY HERE!!!!!!!!
Disclaimer: I own nothing you recognize in any of my stories. This goes for all of them.