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Location: Albany, United States

Member Since: September 2013

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  I've been writing off and on for several years mainly sword and sorcery type fantasy.  My current project (the one posted on this site) centers around a lesbian main and secondary character.  It's difficult to find strong lesbian main characters in sword and sorcery novels.  If anyone out there knows of any, please drop me a line, I'd love to read other writers' character structures and analysis.

I'm open to doing critiques, long or short, just let me know what you need.  I'm willing to do some sentence structure and grammar correction but it's not my favorite thing.  I'm more willing to critique overall story line, character structure, and plot development.   

Outside of writing, I attend Northeastern and am majoring in Psychology.  I own four australian cattledogs and just moved to Albany NY, from Southern California where i lived out in the Mojave Desert for four years.

Reading-wise, I love Stephen King.  I like the dark horror element he adds to most of his writing.  I also enjoy Robert McCammon and his book Mine  is an all-time favorite and a riveting read. (Check it out).

I don't have many favorite fantasy writers. Some people find this odd, since I write fantasy but,as I said above, not many people have strong female lesbian main characters.  The majority of the fantasy books I've glanced at have a male counterpart that, sooner or later, sweeps in and saves the day.  

If I had to have a favorite fantasy author, it would be Jennifer Roberson's SwordDancer series.  Both the male and female main characters are independent of each other while still being together, forming a fascinating, well-developed twosome that makes for an awesome read.

I enjoy cooking, playing video games (FallOut, Oblivion,Black Ops,Borderlands), running,hiking, walking around town as much as possible with cowdogs in tow.  I identify as asexual, which lends an interesting perspective to my writing (though it doesn't curtail any of the mature themes) and if asexuality is something you've wondered about just out of curiosity or as a possible identification of your sexuality, head over to www.AVEN.com.  The people and the forums there are great and can answer any questions you might possibly have.  

Looking forward to meeting new people and reading some interesting,well-written work.


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