Author has written 4 stories for Hey Arnold, Slayers, and Phineas and Ferb.
Facts: I'm a 37 year old female in New Hampshire, USA. More than anything in the world, I love to immerse myself in other worlds through stories. It doesn't matter to me if they're from TV or books, as long as the story is well-told. I hope you will get the same pleasure out of reading my stories as I got from writing them.
After almost a decade, I've recently come across not one but TWO things that got my creative juices flowing: the awesome movie Megamind, and the wonderful TV series Phineas and Ferb. If you haven't seen either of these, you NEED to. Trust me on this. Rent the movies (yes, PnF has a movie, too) and enjoy!
Online names: Dreamsinger (here)
Eloquent Quill (or a version of that name) on several sites, including my Photobucket account, which has quite a few pictures that serve as illustrations for my Slayers fic Only Stone on the Outside, including wonderful fan art that some of my loyal readers have contributed--much appreciated!
On Live Journal, I am dream_quill.
On YouTube I'm DreamQuillRose.
On Amazon.com my reviews are under Gemseeker.
Yume Sakka on several sites, including Anime Nation forum
Besides anime, I love science fiction/fantasy with dashes of humor, drama and romance. Usually in the 'young adult' age range.
Favorite Music: Instrumentally, I love piano, harp, flute, and hammered dulcimer; also Celtic music. Vocally, I love catchy songs with lyrics about love, hope and having fun, no matter the genre. Recently I discovered the fantastic (Phin-tastic?) world of Phineas and Ferb, whose wonderfully prolific creators write at least one short song per episode, most of which are incredibly catchy. At over a hundred songs now, I'm having fun learning them all! _ Best of all, they use just about every type of music imaginable, from rock to country to sea shanties to rap to Jamaican tunes to the blues to love songs to historical working-man 'chain gang' prisoner tunes, even hilarious TV jingle music.
Favorite movies: Megamind, Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension, Meet the Robinsons, Yes Man, Get Smart (the new one), The Boy Who Could Fly, Kiki's Delivery Service, The Pebble and the Penguin, Once Upon a Forest, Jumanji, Ghostbusters (NOT the sequel), Beetlejuice, Junior, Wall-E, The Wizard, Howard the Duck, Back to the Future, The Lion King, both Fantastic Four movies, The Flight of Dragons.
Favorite TV shows: Phineas and Ferb, Fringe, Bones, Monk, Warehouse 13, Eureka, Stargate SG-1, Chuck, Glee, Quantum Leap, Star Treks (all incarnations but the last), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Beauty and the Beast (Ron Perlman, Linda Hamilton), The Greatest American Hero, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Lois and Clark, Mork and Mindy, Hey Arnold, Darkwing Duck, Space Cases, Gargoyles, He-Man, Duck Tales, She-Ra, Dungeons and Dragons (the cartoon series), Reboot, Voyagers!
Favorite Anime: Slayers, D. N. Angel, Mushi-shi, Karin, Card Captor Sakura, Ouran High School Host Club, Kyo Kara Maoh, xxxHolic, Tsubasa, Inuyasha, Ranma 1/2, Saint Tail, Read or Die/Dream, Fantastic Children, Please Save My Earth, Sugar-A Little Snow Fairy, Kodocha, Ah My Goddess, Full Moon wo Sagashite, Full Metal Panic, Midori Days, Magic User's Club, Elemental Gelade, Fruits Basket.
Favorite Manga: Karin, Wish, Fake, Otomen, Ouran High School Host Club, Negima.
Favorite Books: series: Robert Asprin's Myth, Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern, Clare Bell's Ratha books, Spider Robinson's Callahan, Isaac Asimov's Norby, Piers Anthony's Xanth, Mode, and Apprentice Adept, Jean Lorrah's Star Trek (Vulcan Academy Murders and IDIC Epidemic) and her Sime/Gen, Julian May's Intervention and Galactic Milieu, Jean M. Auel's Clan of the Cave Bear, Gene DeWeese' Tales of a Two-Minute Werewolf and his Black Suits from Outer Space trilogy, John Bellairs' Johnny Dixon, Diana Wynne Jones' Chrestomanci, Dogsbody, and A Tale of Time City, Alexander Key's The Forgotten Door and Escape to Witch Mountain, Bruce Coville's My Teacher, Beverly Cleary's Ramona, Walt Farley's The Black Stallion, Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising, Madeline L. Engle's A Wrinkle in Time, Dodie Smith's 101 Dalmatians and sequel The Starlight Barking, Margaret Davis' Mind Light and Minds Apart, Kate Thompson's Missing Link, Brian Mull's Fablehaven,
Singles: Janet Kagan's Mirabile (and Star Trek novel Uhura's Song), Clare Bell's Tomorrow's Sphinx, H.M. Hoover's This Time of Darkness and Children of Tomorrow, , Mercedes Lackey's The Fire Rose, Anne McCaffrey--Mercedes Lackey's The Ship Who Searched, Barbara Paul's Star Trek novel The Three-Minute Universe, Annabel and Edgar Johnson's The Danger Quotient, Van Der Veer's Hold the Rein Free, Robert C. O'Brien's Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh, Walt Morley's Gentle Ben, Richard M. Koff's Christopher, Willo Davis Roberts' The Girl with the Silver Eyes, Lynn Hall's The Shy Ones, William Sleator's Into the Dream, Marjorie Reynolds' A Horse Called Mystery, Carol Kendall's The Gammage Cup, Robert Newman's The Boy Who Could Fly.