Author has written 16 stories for Romance, Life, and Friendship.
Update (4th September '13):
A new chapter of "Can't Hide in the Shadows" has been posted and is waiting for your review! Go check it out ;)
Today I have listened to...:
'Dirty Little Thing' - Velvet Revolver
'Heart In a Cage' - The Strokes
'Girls Got Rhythm' - AC/DC
'Radioactive' - Imagine Dragons
'The Kill' - 30 Seconds to Mars
'Whole Lotta Love' - Led Zeppelin
'You Brought a Knife to the Gunfight' - Stone Gods
'Sex Type Thing' - Stone Temple Pilots
'Mama Kin' - Aerosmith
'Crackerman' - Stone Temple Pilots
I've always loved writing - stories, poems...anything that pops into my head but left it for a while. I'm now back and excited about getting into it again, as it has been far too long.
I obsessively love music. I play the Electric Guitar and 'Cello. But not in a band or orchestra, 'cause I get major stage-fright. I used to, but the first time I played in a band in front of people, I think I actually stopped breathing at one point...
I'm hopelessly addicted to the US version of the TV show, 'Queer as Folk'.
I love cooking- and I'm not half bad at it either, if I do say so myself...
I can't fall asleep unless I'm listening to music, to block out all other random night-noises.
I could live in jeans...
Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, The Darkness, Stone Gods, the Goo Goo Dolls, Guns 'n Roses, Rolling Stones, Kings of Leon, Led Zeppelin, Velvet Revolver, Idlewild.
God, there are so many... Definitely 'Love Actually' (to satisfy the sap within me), the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Pirates of the Caribbean (three words- Depp. Pirate. EYELINER.drool), and Almost Famous ('I am a golden god!' Total rip of Percy...)
The Lord of the Rings trilogy, '100 Years of Solitude' by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde and Homer's 'Odyssey'.
'Writer's block is sort of like being sexually frustrated... which is hardly ever enjoyable.' Ebony/Lelie
Author's Recommendations: I'd definitely advise you to check out my Favourites lists- anything I have on there is there for a reason; either that the story rocks or the author is a genius. lol