Sharon E.
About Me
I love to read fantasy fiction, my whole house is full of books. I am especially obsessed with The Wheel of Time. It's hands down the best fantasy series ever, IMO. I love discussing it with other like-minded people. I also read and collect comic books, particularly about the Marvel character, Wolverine. Music... I can listen to most kinds, except rap, but my love is for power/symphonic metal, a la Nightwish, Blind Guardian, Kamelot etc., RL (Real-life, not Randland-sigh) stuff: I have four kids, two of each gender. The oldest is in college, the others ages 13 down to 5. i am a graphic designer/artist and work in a local photography studio.
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Terez27 Terez27 said (4 years ago):
Thanks for the appreciation. I'm probably done now, though, because the appreciation is winding down to attitudes and nitpicking now, which makes it a good place to quit. As for the Theoryland can do anything with a free membership except for use the search engine that lets you search the books. You can search the message board to your heart's content. But the thread was on our old yuku forums. The commentary gets a little ridiculous, so if you like, you can scroll to the bottom for links to each individual chapter I analyzed:
Amalisa Amalisa said (4 years ago):
Thanks, Sulin! I see your sunset and your kitties, too! I don't know what it is about sunsets out here; maybe it's because the horizon is so - I don't know - accessible. I've always lived (Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi) where trees, hills, buildings have obscured the horizon. I've lived in the Big Country (Abilene) for almost ten years now, and I don't think I'll ever get tired of the sunsets! They are amazing!
Samadai Samadai said (4 years ago):
Sulin, I have little stories at ACoS part 14 comment 351, ACOS part10 comm. 140. ACOS part 4 comm.238. FoH part23 commnts 444 and 215. also on the GSopen review number one comment2705
Tektonica Tektonica said (4 years ago):
I see you Sulin. Keep the great art work coming! TektonicaoftheSamandtheSpearSistersSeptoftheTorvalleyAiel.
MasterAlThor MasterAlThor said (4 years ago):
Your tags are some of the funniest I have ever read. Keep up the good work.
aprildmoore aprildmoore said (4 years ago):
Sweet - thanks for the compliment. :-) Much appreciated.