Author has written 6 stories for Fairly OddParents, Silmarillion, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
My name's Irene. I'm from Spain, and I've been lurking around FanFiction.net for a long time now.
After reading so many great fanfics in this site (to be honest, most of them slash), I've decided to give it a try and write some fanfics myself, because until now I had only written original fiction. I actually find easier to write original fiction than fanfics, and have always wondered how people could understand so well characters that they haven't created personally. So trying this was like an unfinished business I had to fulfill.
My original works are here (comics and a long novel): If you like absurd humor, nazism spoofs, robots and weirdiness, give it a try. I've got also some adult humor stuff based in my Silmarillion fanfics here:
As for personal tastes, let's see...
-My favourite music is pop/rock and glam from the 70's and 80's, of the likes of Queen, David Bowie, Velvet Underground, Ramones, Blondie and so on...
-Among movies I like are: Rocky Horror Picture Show, Clockwork Orange, The Wall, Reservoir Dogs, Indiana Jones and those movies that never fail to put a smile on me, like Johnny English, for example, XD.
-On TV I like South Park, Futurama, The Simpsons (who doesn't watch The Simpsons, anyway). I love cartoons in general, and hope to keep loving them in the future.
-Favourite writers: Hermann Hesse, Poe, Michael Ende...and works like "Crime and Punishment", "1984", or "The Picture of Dorian Gray". I'm not much of a fan of the fantasy genre, Tolkien being an illustrious exception as you can see. But this is because the works of Tolkien have accompanied me since childhood, from the days I was too young to actually read them, but liked to watch the pictures in my aunt's books, like David Day's Bestiary, and the old Bakshi film. So I'll always have a soft spot for Middle Earth. When I saw that big book in the shelf about some lord and his rings, I truly thought that it and Don Quijote were the longest books ever written. And being honest, even if you could read all Tolkien's books in a few months, after many years one still can find new things to learn about Middle Earth, so rich and fascinating is that world (pretty much as it happens with hobbits and their customs XD).
Well, this is what I can tell about me, at least as an overview. My life isn't really soooo interesting, and I'm a person of few words. :)