Author has written 6 stories for Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare, Kamisama Hajimemashita/神様はじめました, Avengers, Sherlock, and Supernatural.
Well, now that I'm actually making use of this account, I suppose I should write something about myself. I draw and write, and I'm addicted to fanfiction - not because I get to see hopes and dreams for fandoms in writing, but because I get to see the talent of others in manipulating situations, dialogue, glances, and perfectly mirroring characterization.
I have a soft spot for tragedies. All of my novels end that way, and I love to read it even though it breaks my heart every time. I'm big on m/m (I have my own set of fantasy novels that are m/m), mostly because I feel the authors of those stories go to great lengths to study characterization and manipulation whereas most het writers have the material presented right to them because half the time it's canon.
I love the show Sherlock to death and have probably watched it through three times (including the unaired pilot). I read John's blog and Sherlock's site; pretty much a fangirl. I'm in to other things, too, though. I read Cassandra Clare, Clive Barker, George R.R. Martin, Tolkien, Rowling, and I watch anime (almost religiously) and read manga every day (I was a manga cleaner for Kamisama Hajimemashita).
I draw on deviantart and write on wattpad under the same name.
I like philosophy, history, and painting, and I'm kind of a sarcastic bastard in the sense that I hate most everything, even the things I like. (The Mortal Instruments, for example, absolutely suck except for City of Glass, and I'm totally cheering for Sebastian at this point. Twilight is kindling for fires. Reality TV blows. Rap, pop, and country music are torture instruments to brainwash society - by the way, I think most of society is ignorant.)
Getting along with me is hard, so I probably wouldn't try. I like compliments. I like reviews. They go a long way in getting on my good side.
I'm also extremely lazy. The fact I just updated this profile surprised even me.