I've written little bio-blurbs about myself before, almost always with the fantasy that they would appear on the dust jacket of some novel. The irksome thing about novel dust jackets is that they tend to need a novel to wrap around. In the meantime...
Thank you for your interest in Invisible City, and thank you for being curious about me. It is sometimes hard being a girl in the boys' club of gaming (sometimes it is devilishly fun), especially since I can't tell you off the top of my head what THAC0 a third-level paladin ought to have.
What I can tell you off the top of my head is how to use the subjunctive mood correctly. "The what?" Right. I'm the proofreader (and as soon as I create some content to justify it (like, any), I'll be one of the writers, too). When the guys have become too close to a project to see it objectively, I make sure the rules are clear and playable, even for our non-initiated-gamer fans. I am starting to turn my brain towards scripting an Inevitable graphic novel (calling the novel "inevitable" is kinda optimistic, don't you think?).
I grew up in Allentown, PA (which is not as bleak as Mr. Joel would have you believe), graduated from Penn State (along with nearly everyone else in America), and moved with a boy to Austin, TX, on a whim. My passions are writing, dancing, and acting out.
My causes are plus-size empowerment, reduction of government (anti-censorship, pro-choice, pro-democracy), and spam eradication (the internet kind. There's no ill will towards our friends at Hormel. Please don't sue us.).
If you're still thirsting for more, playing "My Sharona" 24-7, a real Sharoney Fan, a follower of the Cult of Sharon, a declared Sharonite, then go check out my website. Feel free to send fan mail.
I'll take my tongue out of my cheek now.
Seriously, write to us. Tell us what you'd like to see. Send us a link to your interactive fiction site or the address where we can request your zine. Just please don't send us game ideas, yet; we are creating submission agreements *right now*, but the legal bugs aren't all ironed out yet.
In this, her most recent literary endeavor, Sharon takes the reader on a journey through --* Uh, wha? Oh, dreaming again? Shucks. ...though having my bio attached to this site isn't too shabby, either. And thanks for visiting.
You wait until the end of the credits at movies, too, don't you.