I am a published author of two books and screenwriter of a short film. My first novel is part of a horror/urban fantasy trilogy. The short film that I wrote the screenplay for is actually based on part of this series. If you want to know the name of the series, I'm happy to tell you. I just didn't think it would be right to mention here. I'm here to find that special someone, not plug my book.
I've always been one to march to my own beat. I've been a DJ, a talk-radio host, a podcaster, a press-kit writer, a film critic, and the general manager of an net-radio station. I'm probably forgetting some things, but I guess the point I'm trying to make is that I enjoy seeing what life has to offer. The entertainment industry in particular fascinates me. I started out with a plan to have career in journalism, and one thing just led to another.
I'm definitely a film geek. So if you enjoy movies, that's a major plus. I love pretty much all genres, but I am partial to horror. Maybe it was from growing up with Ghostbuster action figures or reading too many Goosebumps books in grade school. I also enjoy reading comics and playing the occasional video game… Yep, I'm a geek and proud of it. Don't believe me? I named my trusty side-kick/German Shepherd Vader. He not so much one with the force as he is one with doggie snacks. He's a bit spoiled, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
In short, I suppose I'm looking for the geek girl of my dreams. I want someone to laugh with and share life with. Someone that whether it has been a good day or bad, I can't wait to tell them all about it, and they with me. Communication is a must in any relationship. I want a friend and romantic partner. Someone with an artistic side would be amazing, but not necessary. Maybe it is the writer in me, but I'm a hopeless romantic at heart. I want someone that I can treat like a queen. Someone to surprise with flowers and hold close on rainy nights. I want to be with someone that can have just as much fun staying in and watching a movie as they can going out. To be honest, I'm a bit of a homebody anyway.
For complete disclosure I should mention that I have used a wheelchair my entire life. More specifically, a powerchair. I'm not paralyzed by any means, but I do have spine damage that causes weakness. For some this is a deal-breaker, but honestly if you've read this far then there must be something that has drawn your interest. It can't hurt to see if we might hit it off. I'm totally friendly and don't mind answering questions. I've heard it all, so ask away! I don't bite… Unless you want me to. ;-)