I can be summed up in one word: steampunk. I've been into and writing steampunk since 2007, but I've been dressing and living it as of 2009. I'm considering starting my own costuming business, but unfortunately the second word I can be summed up with is "lazy". My writing fuel is candy - sugar makes my fictional worlds go round. And despite my steampunkness, I've only ever written one steampunk novel for NaNoWriMo - the rest have been fantasy. In my stories I like trying to break from the usual. For example, my story from 2010 had a troll as the main character, and a cursed one at that. My other main character was a boring middle-aged farmer that got himself magically turned into a mythological woman after a bad run-in with a senile old wizard. My villain wasn't really a villain, just a witch that changed her mind about being nice to my main characters. It was my favourite NaNoWriMo so far, can you tell? Haha. 2011 was a year of revisiting an old NaNoWriMo novel that I failed, but I revamped it and changed a lot, and found a way to tie it in with my 2010 novel. Well, I should stop rambling here - goodness, can you tell I've already fallen into the grind of getting my word count up? I'm clearly quite effective at typing a lot and saying nothing. So. Ah. Enjoy?
- Ontario, Canada
- What? There's a world outside of noveling?!
- Favorite noveling music:
- Hard rock, metal, punk rock, techno, country, vocaloid, utau
- Sales associate at a craft store
- Favorite books or authors:
- Richard A. Knaak, Margaret Weis & Tracey Hickman, Erin Hunter, R.A. Salvatore, Mi Young Noh