Author has written 3 stories for Mummy, and Troy.
Hobbies: reading, writing, painting, traveling, dancing, spending time with nature, thinking, making other people think.
Interests: ancient Greek/Egyptian history and mythology, wildlife rehabilitation, the art of dance, fine art, philosophy, geography
Languages spoken: English, German, Sarcasm, a bit of French, Dutch, Greek, and Sindarin (Elvish)
Things one should know before attempting to understand my work:
I consider myself to be pagan and, therefore, many of my characters exhibit pagan traits. Deal with it, preferably in a mature manner.
Immaturity, rude people, and lack of attention to grammar, spelling, and punctuation are my pet peeves. So are labels.
I write in paragraph format as a break from book verse. If you cannot read an essay properly, reading my work will likely be just as difficult.
I believe in karma. Whatever negativity I receive will be sent back to the sender. With interest.
I am not narrow minded and will often write about things that test the reader's ability to think. Such things include original characters that break traditional roles and relationships between characters that are far from what our fearful society perceives as 'normal'.
Racism and sexism are outdated and worthless and any reviews of a racist or sexist nature will be disregarded as trash. Consider yourself warned.
I do not fear sex scenes and they are often included in my work for a purpose that often has little to do with the act itself.
The only people who hate original characters are those who possess so little imagination that they couldn't create one if they tried, so any criticism that stems from my creation of original characters will be ignored and/or disposed of. Constructive criticism, however, is more than welcome.
It does not require genius to insult someone. That only requires an idiot. So, with that in mind, one should only review another's work when their mind-to-mouth (or keyboard as the case may be) filter is fully functional and unhindered.
Those who have not written, who have not submitted their work to be criticized by others, should refrain from being critical of others' work unless they have something better to show.