Author has written 5 stories for Kindred: The Embraced.
Late 20's. Female. Taurus. Been writing this stuff for years...just now getting around to publishing it. I love the Nossies. They're so misunderstood.
2/15/09: Kindred the Embraced: A new(old?) book of mine is halfway done being edited and reposted. I wrote Between Clan Lines a number a years ago and put it to the side because there were too many quirky things wrong with it. But it is a full book. I'm talking 100,000 words plus. Very excited to be dusting this beauty off and let others enjoy it. Believe it or not I wrote the entire thing by hand. I'm not kidding. I went through a lot of bandaids during those months.
Also in the in Kindred category, my Marie Saga needs some help. I'm at an impasse and have been for over a year. I feel so awful about it! If you have any suggestions about furthering the plot, please convo me. My brain is stuck. I can't figure out where I want this to go. I don't want Marie to have an intimate relationship with Daedalus, though. I know that.
1) Transformers. Fave Autobot: Ironhide. He's such an ass... Fave Decepticon: Baricade. This poor dude just needs a warm fluffy hug!
3) Vampire: The Masquerade
5) Lilo and Stitch (the first one rocked, the second was just...sadly lacking.) Favorite moment in 1st movie: Stitch makes a fake "San Francisco" and then acts like King Kong and destroys it. Lilo comments, "No more caffeine for you..." I love her stark humor.
4) Correct English!
1) People who do not know how to spell and/or are too freaking lazy to do a Spell Check on it before submitting it. I admit, I've overlooked a few things and Spell Check is not always correct. But when someone takes the time to point out an error to you, correcting it in a timely manner would be nice. Stuff like that is appreciated. I definitely appreciate it when someone emails me pointing out a boo boo they spotted. Please do. I invite you to.
2) Netspeak. When you're writing a fictional piece of literature, Netspeak is NOT cool! Visually, it doesn't flow well to a viewer's eyes and it's hard to decipher. When I find pieces that contain a lot of Netspeak, I immediately exit and move along to someone else’s story. I hate it with a passion. I consider Netspeak the epitome of laziness.
Ok folks. I'm done ranting. As you can tell, I'm a long winded, anal retentive person. But I do eventually reach a conclusion. And this is it.