Author has written 13 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Animorphs, Harry Potter, and Ninja Turtles.
Yo dudes! This is Anyuna A.K.A the REAL Cheese Monkey here! This is where you'll find my scribblings on everything from Animorphs to Yu-Gi-Oh. (if I ever get my lazy butt around to posting everything I've got floating around in my noggin) I hope you like my stuff.
I live here on the idilic island of Aotearoa (New Zealand for all you foreigners). That's where the boys from Flight of the Conchords are from. Ha ha, I'm the from the same place as them! (The sad thing is this is probably as close to fame as I'm ever going to get, but oh well.) That's the best thing about the net, it doesn't matter where you're from, you can talk to anyone else who has a computer.
I've been a gamer and shameless anime and TMNT fangirl for as long a I can remember. Not only that, my writing idol is the mighty Joss Whedon. He's written so many things that I've loved over the years, even my favourite X-Men comic story arc. May his brain produce wonder for many more years to come. I also love Monty Python and have seen all four movies many times. Did you know that there is actually a fourth? The three most know about are The Holy Grail, Meaning of Life and Life of Brian, but there's a little known one called The Ruttles. It's basically a ripoff of everything the Beatles ever said or did and every doco made about them. You should rent it sometime if you ever find it, I highly recommend the experience.
For any of you who read my stuff and wonder why I often have large gaps between updates, I'll let you in on a not-at-all-secret fact about me. I have fybromyalgia, a chronic-pain disorder, as well as a history of mental health issues. So some days, just getting out of bed is hard, let alone getting words to happen. For those of you who weren't wondering; it's cause of the evil space faeries - yeah, that's totally it.
Here's a great quote: "If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then is an empty desk a sign?" -Albert Einstein
And of course, a classic from Mr. William Shakespeare: "This above all, to thine own self be true."