Author has written 14 stories for Batman, Fallout, Walking Dead, and Boardwalk Empire.
THANKS TO MERLE'S RIGHT HAND FOR THE COVER ART ON GRAVEYARD DIRT & SALT AND ALSO BLACK CAT BONE. Here's the link to her art blog. It's worth the time to check it out: Merle's Right Hand
Oh, and that beautiful creature Merle's Right Hand has also made a fan trailer for Graveyard Dirt & Salt, which can be found here.
I'm over on tumblr most days if anyone wants to go over there and be lazy with me. Find me here [X]. I generally follow back if you want to go that route.
Also, I finally caved in and got a Twitter page...so...I guess I'm twittering over there...maybe. Find me here.
A little bit about me? Well, I run a Fortune 500 company, I'm married to a movie star and I have a gold toilet. For real, solid gold. My children are named Dumpling, Scourge Ofthesevenseas and Ruth. I used to be an astronaut until NASA went under, I defeated the Empire with a Wookie co-pilot, have my own cooking show where everything is 'a good thing'. I used to be in Hollywood, but it got too demanding, I won an award once for a movie where I played opposite Danny Glover. And if you believe all that, I have a bridge I want to sell you...
I like very strange pairings. What can I say? The weirder the better. I think that's why I turned to fanfiction, because my favourite pairings would never, ever be. Woe.
Recently I've been into Eddie/Selina from Batman, mostly because of how much I like their adventures together, but mostly because they're a weird pairing. I enjoy a challenge.
As far as Batman goes, my favourite character has always been the Penguin. Ever since Burgess Meredith made him cool, he's been my favourite, even through troubled times (such as the whole Danny DeVito debacle). I haven't enjoyed too many of his reincarnations, but that may be because I was so attached to Burgess Meredith's Penguin (he seemed to play him with an air of dignity, despite being in the middle of the campiest version of Batman ever).
My favourite Catwoman would have to be in her Catwoman: When In Rome, series. She seemed to be the perfect amount of femme fatale and ass kicker.
My favourite Riddler would probably be the one from the Hush series...mostly because the Riddler almost always seems to be evolving from comic to comic, so it's hard to pin one as my favourite.
As far as the Scarecrow goes, welp...I love Cillian Murphy, so...you kind of know where I'm going with that...
Enough of the Batman...let's see...oh, I'm a movie buff. I watch a lot of movies.
Favourite contemporary actors would be: Richard Armitage, Michael Stuhlbarg, Gary Oldman, Tim Roth, Cillian Murphy, Jason Isaacs, Alan Rickman, Ralph Fiennes, Rhys Ifans, Crispin Glover, Christoph Waltz, Colm Feore, Melissa McBride, the list could go on and on.
For older movie stars: Conrad Veidt, Vincent Price, Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Buster Keaton, Burgess Meredith, Robert Vaughn.