(I am a bit silly as you can see)
Former Arts writer (music and film). I have a Journalism degree from Carleton and I write scripts and poems, and novels. However, I decided I was too old to be a starving writer anymore and joined the film technicians union IATSE and am a props buyer now. But I still write and have published an E-book and am working on a second. It's sci-fi-action-horror baby!
I am a proud home owner, just past my first year. :) I love my little castle of my own.
I have many stars in my eyes and I run with the moon. I am working part time also at world domination!
I have an irrational fear of walruses as when I was a child I tugged on one's tusk and in revenge he hired some mafia goons who then roughed up my grandmother. Actually, make that a rational fear of walruses.
I have an irrational fear, however, of cottage cheese and the Kardashians.
I drink a lot of green tea, the loose kind, like the Chinese do. I am getting into playing scrabble and kind of suck at it, but in future will excel and make this a platform for the above mentioned world domination. Also, I love nothing more than sitting by my recently made functional fireplace, staring at the fire being cozy while writing or reading.
Oh and I like ducks, a lot. And sparrows, but I would never get between them and a bread crumb on a hot summer morn.
Also, I only get uncommon colds. And my main passion is extreme mime.
I love coffee and red wine and patios and long walks, and rain, and sun, cats, film, books, music.
I like to write and read. My e-book 'The City: Tales from The Post-Post Apocalypse' is now available on I-tunes. Check it out.
For some reason I am drawn to rivers. I like travel, but have not really traveled in a few years. I miss it. My favourite places I have visited include China, England, Egypt, Paris, Dublin, Amsterdam, NYC, California..... I like Kensington market and the Annex. Also, I like to cook. No recipes are allowed! It's fun that way, and usually ends up tasty.
I have a blog for my fiction and poetry.
I am intriguing, besmirked, and deliciously diabolic