Author has written 6 stories for Fantasy, Horror, and Romance.
She was something of a mole, that Brassica. At any given moment, you're likely to find her either doing some form of yard work or curled up on a swivel chair in the dark, only her face illuminated by the light of the computer screen. Bright (though often mismatched) polish hide dirt encrusted fingernails where it hasn't chipped off. Scrutinous eyes take refuge behind round, obnoxious glasses. Wisps of hair snake free from a loose braid. Posture; an abomination, a chiropractric nightmare. In a crowd, you're not likely to spot this elusive wall flower, but chances are she's spotted you.
It would be far easier to get to know this close-lipped ground dweller through your own observations. Visualize her living space; a standard college dormitory. A tangle of stuffed animals and synthetic down comforters knotted on an extra long twin mattress. Dirty clothes form a halo around the bed from where they were thoughtlessly discarded the night before. A mountainous dinosaur of a computer standing triumphantly visible amongst an ocean of desk-clutter. Meticulously organized books stacked neatly on shelves and any other available flat surface. Priorities, Watson, priorities!
If you care to meander through her library, you'll find anything from Latin to X-Files text books, authors from Asimov to Eddings, and art books from Yoshitaka Amano's work to how to create ice cream masterpieces. Erm... it's probably best to skate over her eclecticity. Your own observations-- remember?
Anyway... the "basics."
Major/minor: Mathematics/Statistics, Psychology, and Computer Science
Hobbies: Yard work, gardening, old Squaresoft RPGs, writing, editing, eating ice cream... ect.
Books currently being read: Polgara the Sorceress, by David and Leigh Eddings, The Power That Preserves, by Stephen Donaldson, and The World's Best Fantasy and Horror: Volume 3.
Literary interests: Horror, fantasy, romance... I'm kind of picky about what I read, but I don't discriminate by genre, y'know?
Best way to get on "the good side": Buy me ice cream... or review my work thoroughly, keeping in mind that I make a better editor than a writer.
Anything else: Please just ask me.