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Penname: Surreal [Contact]
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Member Since: 05 Jul 2006
Membership status: Member
Bio:And though the scars of yesterday remain, you can go on living as much as your heart believes. You can't be born again, although you can change...

She is: Surreal

-- Insane. Pure and simple. But we love her for it.
-- Sarcastic. The best form of humour there is. The difference is that she is good at it. We think.
-- Hates people. So she says. But is loyal to a fault. If you do not piss her off.
-- Sharp-tongued. Do not make her mad. You will not like the consequences.
-- Blonde. Black hair. Blonde brain. And she shall kill this unfortunate writer for that.
-- Innocent. Not.
-- Obsessive. Very. She likes, she keeps. And she likes forever. Sort of.
-- A walking contradiction. Looks can be deceiving. Hers are.
-- Half-Irish. It suits her.
-- Opinionated. But she lets others talk. She just is not oft inclined to agree with what they say. 'Tis the thought that counts. In theory.
-- Musically inclined. Listens, does not play. Too many to list. But she thinks too much when she listens to it.
-- Complicated. Enjoys making her life difficult. Enjoys making everyone else's life difficult, for that matter. The idea has its own charm. Kind of. Maybe.

“That’s the way things come clear. All of a sudden. And then you realize how obvious they’ve been all along.” -- Madline L’Engle


Likes:

-- V for Vendetta. Who can not like Hugo Weaving? Remember, remember, the fifth of November...
-- NCIS. She is the female reincarnation of Gibbs. Sometimes we swear there is some of Ziva David and Abby Sciuto in there. But she does not sleep in a coffin.
-- CSI: NY. Mac Taylor runs fairly close to Gibbs. And she is very determined to make the production team pair him with Stella. Officially. Among other things.
-- Criminal Minds. Hotch. Enough said.
-- CSI: Miami. Before this season. Before Horatio went out the window and his character got usurped. Again, enough said.
-- Numb3rs. Or does she?
-- Wicked. She likes going against the grain of things. And defying gravity is just such a nice concept.
-- Anne Bishop. Creativity is a good thing. And we wonder why she has such good ideas for killing people.
-- David Eddings. She and Silk would make the scariest pair the world has ever known. We say 'tis a good thing he is fictional. She does not agree.
-- Tolkien. Perhaps she cannot recite it any longer, but the concept stands. Sindarin is wonderful.
-- J.K. Rowling. Was pissed when she read the 6th book. Ranted. For days. Maybe longer.

Could go on. Would take thirty years to write. Another thirty to read.


"I don't tolerate fools, but I also don't kill them for being fools. I simply keep them out of my life." -- Saetan, Black Jewels Trilogy



Writes:

-- CSI: NY. Mac and Stella need to be an official pair. That has been previously stated. Her ideas are amusing.
-- CSI: Miami. Somewhat. Is annoyed with it.
-- NCIS. Rather, she ponders writing it. Has not quite gotten there yet. Probably a good thing for the characters. She likes angst. A lot.


"That's why I call myself a witch now: the Wicked Witch of the West, if you want the full glory of it. As long as people are going to call you a lunatic anyway, why not get the benefit of it? It liberates you from convention." -- Elphaba, Wicked


Stories by Surreal
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Summary: How do you heal from something that goes beyond pain?

Categories: CSI: NY - General
Characters: Mac Taylor, Stella Bonasera
Genres: Angst
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 1656; Completed: No
Updated: 09 Jul 2006; Published: 05 Jul 2006


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Summary: Stella stared at the drying crimson stains for a full five minutes, agony, anguish, loss, and a terrible sense of abandonment flowed through her. And finally – her iron will crumbling – she threw her pride out the window, and headed for...

Categories: CSI: NY - General
Characters: Mac Taylor, Stella Bonasera
Genres: Angst, Episode Related
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 1246; Completed: No
Updated: 09 Jul 2006; Published: 05 Jul 2006