That is my real name, and that is really me in the picture. Like Patrick says, I'm not in the witness protection program.
I mostly write books and stories. I like fantasy, or fiction, but if it's good, I'll read anything. preferably not poems though.
Look, I'm not here to tell you a sob story. I'm not depressed, I'm not suicidal, I don't do drugs, I don't have any illnesses, the last major thing that happened in my life was that I got my appendix removed, and I'm not neck deep in financial trouble. I'm normal in pretty much every way/shape/form.
I'm in my freshman year of college and I'm an english major. I like to read and watch family guy (yeah, I know.) My favorite book is either "Oryx and Crake" by Margarett Atwood, or "Salamander" by Thomas Wharton.
Music, well, I'll take anything but country in that department.
writing, I love to read stories and books, so if you have one, send me a request. I'll usually only review it if its either bad or good. If its just okay, I'll leave it to those with better attention spans. That's not meant to be mean, I just get A.D.H.D when I read stuff like that. I REALLY DON'T CARE FOR POETRY. there are a few choice exceptions from that rule, but for most of you, I'm sorry, but I'm not interested.
I encourage constructive criticism on my writing. If there's nothing to say, then just comment if you liked it or not. I put out maybe one poem for every fifteen stories or books that I put out, if that. I doubt they're good.
Despite this, some people still enjoy sending me an onslaught of poems that I don't care to read. I have RR's off for a bit because of this. If you are friend requesting me JUST so you can send me a bunch of poems, please. don't.
I'm eighteen, and I have a girlfriend, in case you're curious, but I can't imagine why considering I probably live hundreds of miles away.
--What are you working on now? Flood asked. To his surprise, the Abbe's face darkened.
--Don't you know, Mr. Flood, that is the one question you must never ask a writer?
== A conversation between Nicolas Flood and the Abbe'==