What to say about me? Being here, I'd think it's pretty obvious, but: I'd like to be an author, some day. I've managed to finish my first four books, along with far too many long, unfinished stories. I'm really here just to unwind and have a good time. To look back on my past stories and see how I've grown, see how my writing has improved. Maybe even get some helpful advice along the way. That said, I know to expect a ridiculous amount of criticism. Why? I mostly do Mary Sue's, because they make me feel better. More often than not, that earns me a lot of scorn. You'd think people who didn't like it would just not read it, but c'est la vie. Love it or hate it, that's my thing. Not interested, just keep on walking by.
I'm an odd bird, there's no denying that, but I like it because I don't know anyone else like me. Read my stuff and you'll get it. I had to learn the hard way (and learn to accept) that stories tell a lot more about their author than you could imagine. If you know how to look at it. I call myself a Grand Master of the "Swan Syndrome" discipline. Never heard of it? Not surprised. I picked up that little gem in a book a few years back, (very sad that I can't remember WHICH book) and it just stuck with me. So, what is it?
Swan Syndrome: Looking calm and unruffled on the surface, while paddling like hell underneath.
Perficio. Am I right? Don't be surprised if it pops up in some of my stuff.
Oh, yeah, I need a disclaimer, right?
DISCLAIMER:This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
Cover all your bases, guys.