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My name is Anatha.
Currently Reading: "The Screwtape Letters" by C.S. Lewis; "The Complete Fairytales" by the Brothers Grimm
But, most importantly, I don't give a damn if you like me or not. Giggle.
Loves:Twizzlers, Final Fantasy, puppets, Vincent Price, black-and-white movies, romance, dancing, singing, writing, reading, English, garden gnomes, string, Green Tea, psychology, Gray's Anatomy, Jane Austen, fairy tales, imagination, Victorian Age, bonnets, umbrellas, moose, platypi, roses, The Tick, Lord of the Rings, Tim Burton, Edward Gorey, Hellsing, Immortal Rain, Gravitation, anime, manga, Angel Sanctuary, Death Note, Gackt, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Tazo Tea, ridicule, playwrights, Wolfgang Mozart, piano, violin, moths, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Oscar Wilde, Pride and Prejudice, Count of Monte Cristo, Mark Twain, classic literature, Robin Hood, Morgan Freeman, Marilyn Monroe, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, musicals, Ewan McGregor, Cillian Murphy, vampires,socks, scarves, poker chips, fishing lures, herring, goldfish, trail-mix, life, J.R. R. Tolkien, Forgotten Realm, Drizzt Do'Urden, history, feathers, angels, theology, (the study of) theophobia, sword fighting, Nigel Cawthorne, Firefly, pirates, space pirates, stars, dreams, reverie, tools, torture (for not-so-unreasonable reasons), elves, yarn, creating, H.G. Wells, robots, toes, beads, rocks, puzzles, logic puzzles, any good story.
Hates: Bigots, close-mindedness, homophobics, stereotypes, anti-gay marriage policies, mushrooms, eating (no, I'm not anorexic or possess any other form of an eating disorder), mainstream, ignorance, indifference, sudoku, West Texas food (my intestines can't handle it), when I can't figure out a video game, my own hypocrisy, other's hypocrisy, and Tea on Yu-Gi-Oh with her little frickin' thigh-high socks.
Ever-so Mainstream Quotes that I Love to Death
"We are each of us angels with only one wing; we can only fly by embracing one another" --Luciano de Cresgno
"'My love, you contradict everybody,'-- said his wife with her usual laugh. "Do you know that you are quite rude?'
"God's greatest accomplishment was tricking humanity into believing that he didn't exist, which, once you think it over, you realize is much more difficult than it is to get someone to believe." -- An Accomplice
"I suppose this is the part where I demonstrate one of those scenes in those romantic-comedies, huh?"
"What does the card say to do?""Er... I haffta act like somebody."
"Adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them." -- Dr. Seuss
"Your theory is crazy, but not crazy enough to be true." -- Neil Bohr