Whelp, that’s me. Let’s start with the boring stuff. I’m 31. I live in Missouri. I recently got a job as an optician, so I just bought a bunch of new clothes and started dressing like a librarian.
This is completely true. I’ll probably be a quiet little church mouse at first, but if you win my heart, then you’ll find out that I actually have a horrible, Cards Against Humanity-style sense of humor. You’ve been warned.
Hmm, what else? I don’t have kids. I don’t want kids. I want to travel. Last year on my birthday I went to Iceland for setting research. I wanted to touch the black sand I’d been writing about for so long.
Mmm, sandy. I brought some of it home with me and it sits on my writing desk between my typewriter and my gargoyle.
I like to make arty things. Here is the most recent arty thing I made that I like quite a bit.
My favorite books are Dangerous Angels by Francesca Lia Block, The Book of Lost Things by John Connelly, and The Perks of Being a Wall-flower by Stephen Chbosky. I pretty much only read YA and dark fairy tales, little else holds my interest.
That is all for now. I’ll leave you with the song that would be my themesong if I were a Disney princess.