Lee Ann, 20. People tell me I look like Felicia Day, but I don't see it.
English/Creative Writing major, Anthrozoology minor, currently a (work study) librarian, aspiring author. Fantasy is my genre of choice, but not that cliche, commercial, teen-heroine-saves-her-family-and-falls-in-love stuff. I'm talking fantasy with deep characters, where you can't tell who's good and who's bad, and where the evil is not always vanquished.
These days, this blog mostly consists of Game of Thrones. But it IS a personal blog, so there are also lots of other things.
I have a lot of fangirl feels for Gethin Anthony and his beard.
Good thoughts make good things happen.
Oh, and I pronounce "bagel," "baggle," not "bay-gull." Don't judge me.
Currently reading: Dragon Age: The Calling by David Gaider
Is it July yet? I really just want to start Camp NaNoWriMo.
English major confession time: I hate The Great Gatsby.
I dunno. Maybe I’m just becoming bored with all realistic fiction in general; it’s very rare these days that I like a book without dragons and magic in it. Maybe I focus too much on the fantasy genre. Or maybe I just don’t like stories that end with absolutely no happy note whatsoever. I mean, even Les Mis had Marius and Cosette at least.
Also, I tend to associate F. Scott Fitzgerald (and Hemingway) with the pretentious asshats in my college’s English department, who try too hard to write like them, have no originality, and think fantasy cannot equal “literature.” So that’s a thing.
The Reader, A Feast for Crows (via agabeofthrones)