Lee Ann, 20. People tell me I look like Felicia Day, but I don't see it.
I write high fantasy, even though my professors think genre fiction is dumb. Take that, academia.
These days, this blog mostly consists of Game of Thrones, but it's kind of multi-fandom too. Occasionally I get personal/address flaws in social movements, but I'm trying to tone that down because it's exhausting and gives me a headache and I get nothing but anon hate for believing women can be sexist and non-white people can be racist, and for thinking everyone should just start treating people as human beings and stop stereotyping, that we should use peaceful approaches to solving racism and sexism instead of pure hatred.
Things I can offer advice on/empathize with: how to handle bullies, how to handle oppressive authority figures, how to handle haters/close-minded jerks, how to handle relationships, how to handle breakups, how to handle failing friendships, and cosmetic surgery.
Good thoughts make good things happen.
Oh, and I pronounce "bagel," "baggle," not "bay-gull." Don't judge me.
Currently reading: Hero's Song of Edith Pattou
"The night is dark and —" SHUT THE FUCK UP, MELISANDRE, NO ONE LIKES YOU.