Author has written 18 stories for Dragon Ball Z, Young Jedi Knights, Star Wars, New Jedi Order, Phantom of the Opera, and Twilight.
First off, I would like everyone to know that I am a lazy bum with a bad case of A.D.H.D. Which is one of the reasons why my fanfiction writing has tapered off. The other reason would be that I have been distracted by original fiction. My characters are very demanding.
My interests are divided between so many subjects that I can't name them all. Star Wars is as well. Let's face it, Thrawn is completely B.A. and I'm still pissed they killed off Anakin and replaced him with Jacen. The Wraiths are amazing and need more books, too. Anything Diana Wynne Jones. She is brilliant, wonderful, and absolute crack. I would lick a toilet seat to meet her. That's how cool she is. Tamora Pierce is also pretty good. Anyway, the Harry Potter series was good until they offed my favorite characters! I mean, c'mon, was it that hard to write Sirius back in by having Harry jump into the veil and travel to an AU? I think not! I also dwell in the genre of classic lit. Pride and Prejudice is my favorite. In fact, anything Jane Austen is good. Side note: the Keira Knightley P&P was CRAP! Back on track, there are other classics like Jane Eyre, all Sherlock Holmes, Les Miserables, etc. Manga catches my fancy, but I find myself reading more shoujo nowadays because they're the only ones that decent humor with a semi-engaging plot. I haven't found more than one decent shonen manga since Rurouni Kenshin.
Movie wise, there has been little that caught my attention recently. The fourth Indiana Jones was good, but I kept having Fonzy moments in my head. Did I even spell Fonzy right? Anyway, Star Wars is high up on my list. Umm... I also enjoyed Red vs. Blue. Oh, the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice rocks my socks. You know, the one with Colin Firth.
For the TV, Doctor Who is addictive and I blame it all on my AP Euro teacher. There's also Scrubs, Big Bang Theory, Once Upon a Time, and Avatar. I don't care if it's for ages 6-14. It's funny.
With music, my tastes range from Muse to Garth Brooks to Phantom of the Opera to the Beatles. Fill in the blanks.
I have discovered something about my writing skills. I can't write angst. My angst is an over-ripe banana stuck in a sweaty gym sock. I write humor. I'm good at that. So good that when I try to write angst I somehow ruin the serious moment with humor. Oh well, I'd rather laugh than cry.
I like spelling. Spelling is good. Love thy dictionary and spell check. Know the difference between discreet and discrete. And for pity's sake, it's spelled R-O-G-U-E, not R-O-U-G-E! Rogue is a miscreant, thief, or a squadron, depending on the genre and definition. In contrast, rouge is make-up! It's blush, people!
This is getting long. I'm blabbing too much. Blab, blab, blab.