Greetings and Salutations to those that decide to read this, for better or for worse.
Well, my 'penname' is Suzerain, as you already know, but it is actually a real word as well. Just thought you might like to know that.
Real name: Irrelevant
Country I Live In: England
A little about me: I love reading. Anything. I have onceread continuously, without stopping, for 9 hours. I didn't eat, sleep, drink, expunge my system or even talk. What wasI reading? Naruto, Volumes 1 - 30. I'd just discovered them, through a friend you all fondly know as 'Godsbane'. Check out his stuff. Well,I have to be grateful - he did get me hooked onto manga. In fact he still does introduce me to new ones that he picks up. How odd. I also love watching anime. And I'm a damn good skier. I have no hopes nor dreams, because I'm realistic. Far too realistic.
I drink far to much coffee also, which explains the realistic side of me.
People, and Authors, who i think deserve a special mention, for being who they are; Godsbane, veniece and anyone else on my favourites list, and even if some of the stories there are not 'fanastic, couldn't blah blah blah', the people doing them try, and they can only get better. I like being nice. Its fun. And i enjoy their stories. So Nyah!
Favourite pairing: FromNaruto: Naruto and Hinata, all the way.
From Bleach: InouexIchigo, IchigoxRukia, RukiaxRenji
Yuri and Yaoi is not exactly something I adore as most writers are in for the sex, not the story, which is not reallywhat I want in a story. I'veread a few which aren't thatbad. Those are ones where the2in the couple don'tsuddenly and rather magically realisefeelings and then make out. They're the ones where the couple builds up over time.
Favourite Song? Well that would be 'Somewhere I Belong', by Linkin Park. The only song of that genre that I really like. It's lyrics are what does it in the end. The music is fantastic, but the lyrics drive it over the top.
Favourite Book? Well its a series, not a book, but 'The Belgariad' by David Eddings would win this. Only just though. 'The Death Gate Cycle' by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickmantakes 2nd place.
Sometime in the near future I will put up a story or two. Just when my exams are all finished and out of the way. Bloody exams.