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  • CtrlAltDel

  • In A World Much Like Our Own...

  • Shrill DuGood

  • A School. Not Just Any School, THE School.


In short

  • First and foremost, I am a carbon-based life form, as I assume you are as well. Secondly, and not quite so foremost but still a quite important aspect in befriending me, is that I am an anti-humanist. I have no faith whatsoever in the human race. Nope. None at all. I choose to put my faith in- wait for it- get this....COCKROACHES. Why? Because after all us humans die out due to our gigantic nucleur holocaust, what'll there be left roaming the miserable remains of our planet? COCKROACHES, I TELL YOU! So now you're starting to get me. What else to say, what else to say...hm. Well, I'm a website designer. Sorta. You want an awesome site made for you, talk to me. I'll have one up and running for you in no time. I'm also a writer and an artist, I'll put up some pictures of my work and some of my writing. Got other stuff you wanna know 'bout me? Well, ask me in person, you imbecile!

  • The fact that I'm partially insane. Well, most people say I am in a joking manner, but the problem is that the line between reality and what isn't normal has always been a bit blurred for me. No. Really blurred. So, yeah, I'm mad. But in the best of ways. Join me in my insanity and you'll be famous, too. If you can put your thoughts to words, that is.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Novella, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Thriller/Suspense

    Non-Fiction: History, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, True Crime

    Screenplay: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller, War

    Poetry: Epic, Experimental, Fantasy, Narrative, Personal / Confessional, Song Lyrics

  • Hm. I'm never good at coming up with my favourite books on the spot. I'll start keeping a list when I think of them and then I'll put them down, but for now I can only tell you one. I think that just about everyone has that one book that they know is juvenile or just not written well, but they find themselves reading over and over again. For me, that book is Behind the Attic Wall by Sylvia Cassedy. It's just....I don't know. Addictive? Now that I think of it, I gotta read that book again...
  • At the moment, nothing. But I just finished a book called Because I Am Furniture, which is a young adult book written entirely in poems, about a girl whose father abuses both her older sister and her older brother, but not her because to him, she is nothing more than a chair or a table. Furniture. So he ignores her for the most part. It's all about how she gathers up the courage to see that their family is indeed messed up and how she deals with it. Amazing book, really.
  • If I really had options when it comes to that, then the woods, or just in general somewhere far, far away from where I live. Far, far away from parents. Far, far away from brothers. From reality. Bitter, painful reality.
  • I'm really pissed right now, because for the past few months I've had really good writing that I've been working on, but I'm in the middle of a drought. I threw out everything I was working on for something that I had sudden muse to work on, but the thing is that the muse was yet another temporary thing. Nothing worthwhile. And now I'm suffering from severe writer's block. I think I'm just going to start working on some kind of dreamscape scenario.
  • Fiction: Action/Adventure, Crime, Horror, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story, Thriller/Suspense, Young Adult/Juvenile

    Poetry: Experimental, Fantasy, General, Narrative, Personal / Confessional, Song Lyrics

  • My top ones are my own characters, of course, but also my four favourites are V from V for Vendetta, Abby Sciuto from NCIS, Caitlyn Todd from NCIS, and Jane Rizzoli from Rizzoli & Isles.
  • Um, I'm not sure. Out to lunch. Come back later.