Author has written 4 stories for Inuyasha, V for Vendetta, and Smallville.
"Can't rise above anything more than three syllables, my dear. Never could." -- Leslie Howard as Sir Percy Blakeney
Well, one of these days I will finish both my fics. :-)
"Voices" is so close to being done there is just no excuse.
"Changes" still has a ways to go. But I need to hurry up so I can start posting it's sort-of sequel. Oddly enough, I started writing it before I was even midway through "Changes".
I'm drawn to just about anything. Almost always, what clinches it for me is a good story. Regarding the current enterntainment industry, good stories seem to be quite hard to come by as of late. Only lately have I been going back through my movie collection, watching sitcom re-runs and lamenting days of when there was entertainment with some substance. There only seem to be a few out there in today's market.
I'm a fan of old classic movies and I find it's a shame that they really just "don't make 'em like they used to". If it has Cary Grant or John Wayne, you can bet my butt is parked in front of the t.v.
My tastes regarding music, movies, and literature are most certainly ecclectic, especially if you noted above that I can go from debonair to hardass in no time at all :-)
"I think American films right now are suffering from an excess of scale. Lots of movies we're seeing now are more akin to video games than stories about human life and relationships. Twelve- to 20-year-olds are maybe the largest economic force in the US movie business. I'm not a very nostalgic person - but I enjoy a good story." --Harrison Ford quote found on IMDB
I enjoy writing fanfiction, no matter how many jokes they make about it. It's really fun and it gives me a chance to stretch my imaginative wings, per-se.
I realize, for the sake of politeness, that it's difficult for some people to constructively criticize. Please try to overcome that particular obstacle. :-) There are times when I get the feeling that one of my chapters isn't quite up to snuff and I need real feedback to tell me:
yes, you coud've done better...here's why or:
don't worry about it...it's all in your head...and here's why.
Constructive criticism will only make me and others better authors...but most especially since I'm trying to become a published one. Tell me about perspectives, too much or too little emotion or introspect, is there too much too soon. etc.
Believe me there is a difference in an outright flame and an objective critique.