"If any nerdfighters haven't heard of it and happen to have a livejournal, this is kinda made of awsome. Folks are offering food, web creations, art projects and fan works in exchange for donations to help the earthquake. Offering to create…"
"I just finished Scott Westerfeld's new book, Leviathan. And god, I loved it so much. It's the first part of his new steampunk trilogy and it's just oh-so-good. I especially love the way that the limited third-person narration shifts…"
"Ahh, I haven't signed into the offical sit yet....but I've been plotting my NaNo since June and I'm totally stoked for it. This story just walked into my head, I think it'll be awsome, and if I can just get a good draft of it…"
"Arthur and Gatty from the Arthur trilogy (The Seeing Stone, At The Crossing Places, King of the Middle March) by Kevin Crossley-Holland. Sure, they didn't actually hook up or get further than being close friends, but they really should have...…"
Ah, talking about myself is always soooo awkward. ^.^; Well, I'm a Creative Writing major currently about half-way through school and attempting to figure out what the frick I'm going to do with that for the rest of my life. (I'm working on a teen fantasy novel right now, but only really awsome folks like John Green can make a living doing that)
I love anime, books, comics, superheroes, bookstores, modern fantasy, libraries, anything directed by Tim Burton, post-appocolyptic fiction, dark comedy, cemetaries, wandering through strange old buildings, cats, making up stories and writing. Or, at least, trying to write.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
"Battle Royal" by Koushin Takumi,
"Extras" by Scott Westerfield,
"Midnighters" by Scott Westerfield
"Good Omens" by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchet,
"The Novelist's Boot Camp" by Todd A. Stone,
"Food Court Druids, Cherohonkees and Other Creatures Unique to the Republic" by Robert Lanham and Jeff Bechtel,
"Writing for Comics with Peter David" by, well...Peter David.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Kitty-ears hat I bought at the last 'con I went to.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Scott Westerfield, after I asked him to sign my "Midnighters" collection