General details

  • Eruaistaniel


  • Lisa


  • English

In short

  • Music and everything relating to books are the most important things in my life. I play the bassoon (you probably don't know what that is, so look it up. Right now! No excuses, don't be lazy you're obviously on the computer already.) It is the best instrument ever and anyone who says otherwise should be locked in a mental facility. I read to the point of driving the majority of the people I'm usually around absolutely bonkers. Why does it bother them so much? I have no idea, but for some reason it does. When it comes to writing, I think I'm pretty awesome even though I just about never finish anything I start. I adore editing which I mostly do for my friends since my writing is edited as I write,

  • I'm not famous, therefore, I can obviously have no claim to fame. (DUH)

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Children's, Historical Fiction, Humor/Satire, Literary, Military/Espionage, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story

    Non-Fiction: Art, Architechture & Photography, Cooking, Food & Wine, History, Humor, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, Outdoors & Nature, Pets, Reference, Science

    Poetry: General

  • Writing them all would take too long. Maybe I'll do it later.
  • Everywhere is a good place to read except at the bottom of the ocean (you'd die there anyway), inside a volcano (you'd die there, too), or in the belly of some sort of predator (but then you'd be dead). Maybe it's just easier to say that the only place you couldn't read is one that would cause death. The best place to read of course is on a comfortable tree branch with just enough room for you, but not enough room for your annoying little sister, with the perfect balance of shade and sun, chirping birds and buzzing insects in the background, a gentle breeze rustling the leaves, and plenty of time to read a big, fat novel.
  • Fiction: Humor/Satire, Literary, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story

    Non-Fiction: Humor, Outdoors & Nature, Pets

    Poetry: General

  • Any character that has a more interesting life than I do, preferably someone with supernatural powers, goes on a spectacular adventure, or is really lucky.
  • These are not in any order of preference: Tamora Pierce, Gail Carson Levine, David Clement-Davis, Brain Jacques, JK Rowling, Christopher Paolini, Phillip Pullman, JRR Tolkien, Patrick Carman, TA Baron, Rick Riordan, Richard Adams