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Musa Publishing Calm and Chaos: Acting Out - When one man is the epitome of calm and the other of chaos, how will they ever admit to loving each other? Can a kiss really change everything? Nick and Alex have made a very successful movie together.
GeneralWriting, reading, movies, theatre, music, art, walking the dog (when I had one) and spending time with a few very special people.
MusicAnything and everything, just about. It depends what mood I'm in. I like Rock 'n' Roll, especially Buddy Holly. I love Darren Hayes and Miriam Stockley's work and voices. I love Beethoven's Fur Elise for Piano and Bach's Toccata and Fugue for the organ. I love Bryan Adams. Honestly though, I love a wide range of music the same way I love a wide range of books.
MoviesAll sorts. I love fantasy, sci-fi, action movies, and some romances especially if they're comedy romances. I tend to like unusual things. To list them would be incredibly difficult but to name just a few I have to mention The Legend of 1900, The Princess Bride, Underworld, Harvey, Mirrormask, The Fisher King, I Capture the Castle, Dream a Little Dream and yet this still doesn't give the scope of the range of movies that I love.
BooksIt would be easier to ask who I don't like. I have very eclectic tastes but books I wish I'd written include:
The Gormenghast Trilogy by Mervyn Peake.
The Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop.
Wraeththu Trilogy by Storm Constantine.
HeroesMost of my heroes are real people, real friends. If I mentioned them, I'd probably embarrass them. I love the work of Sam Raimi, Tim Burton, and Neil Gaiman among others.Which ArchAngel are you most like?
Rafael. You're most like the ArchAngel of Healing. You want people to shape up, and you nag. But you mean well, and you're well loved despite it. Or because of it. You bring the donuts even as you tell people to eat more veggies.
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- Apr 15, 2011 2:20 AM My Myspace Page
About me:Hello and welcome. Have a browse and look at my angels:
Paper fluttering in a cold breeze
torn from a book.
The knife cutting into flesh and blood seeps
black as a raven
in a tree where no bird can ever sing.
A burning line of fire
A woman's wailing is the only sound
her face unseen hidden in her stained hands
though the skin is obscene white.
In searing heat from the pit
of his stomach the red flame rose
burning up towards the throat
consuming the heart.
Love and anger at war
has scorched the earth.
The wind dies and nothing stirs.
(c) S.M.Bidwell 2003A writer from the UK, Sharon had her first short story accepted by the second publication to which she offered it. This was entitled ‘Silver Apples of the Moon’ published by Roadworks Magazine. The editor quoted it as accepted due to having ‘both a Sci-fi and horror element, strong on characterisation, and quite literary, in terms of style’. Editor, Trevor Denyer, said that it was a story that ‘had me gripped from start to finish’ and as a result pronounced her as ‘a writer who is going places’. Since then, her work - poems, short stories and articles - have appeared steadily in print and online publications.
Previously, she has kept the erotic side of her writing separate. The genre appealed though as it allows her the freedom to create something more expressive, less oppressive. She firmly believes that having a chance at such ‘free reign’ occasionally reflects favourably in her work. It has always been a part of her personality in that she likes surprising and delighting people.
Subsequently, she has been approached on occasion to write articles such as reports and publicity material, though her focus will always be story telling. She links her most favoured and often most successful work closely to fantasy, though her writing crosses genres. She finally got around to moving but wherever she hangs her hat, she lives primarily in a world of her own anyway.
aonia - where the muses live http://www.sharonbidwell.co.uk
Who I'd like to meet:Readers and writers. People who love books no matter what their format. Readers who understand how it feels to be lost in another world and writers who know what it's like to create one.
Friends I've made online and known for too long without actually meeting and to see those I have managed to meet up with again in the near future. I would have loved to have met Roddy McDowell who, alas, is no longer with us.
- Status: Married
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Orientation: Straight
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
- Smoke / Drink: No / Yes