I began writing for fun when I was 8.
I began writing with an eye to publication when I was 18.
I began participating in NaNoWriMo, and searching for my place in the digital world, when I was 28.
I hope to be published before I'm 38. ;)
I'm also a Computer Science major, which education I hope to use in my career, and until recently, a full-time student.
And a too-frequent babysitter.
I write in a variety of subjects, ranging from pirate novels to spy thrillers, and a variety of genres from action/adventure to middle ages fantasy to science fiction. Most of my stories lean towards the fantasy, yet retain elements of each.
I am currently experimenting with multiple universes as a means to connect each of these stories, and to connect my original fiction to certain of my fanfiction.
Inspired by Ryan North's "Machine of Death." Sandra has made a game of coming up with bizarre interpretations for the Machine's death-predictions, and nobody is more surprised than her when her explanations turn out to be right. But can she convince other people to believe her interpretation before it's too late?
Fahd grew up in a desert tribe that travels at night and shuns the burning day. But as children often do, he longs to disobey his elders, and see for himself just what it is that they fear so much. But when he has an accident shortly before a holy ritual, he may find himself learning more about the day than he ever wanted.