Okay. Now that I'm done alienating about half my watchers here, I thought it was time to try something a bit more cheerful. So I'm going to try something which I've stolen wholesale from the always sweet
I don't feel like I've connected with the IB community as much as I have with the people on FA, largely because I still think of FA as my main site and IB as the secondary. So tell me a little bit about yourself, about your character, about who you are and what you like, or just anything at all.
My name is Megan and, in my real life, I'm something of a recluse and an introvert. I live on the old family farm, which has now mostly gone back to the wilderness with no livestock and no fences to hold them. I have foxes and rabbits to watch, though, as well as a family of raccoons living in my back yard. I fancy myself something of a writer, with a particular interest in furry-flavored fantasy and Southern Gothic stories. Two of my favorite authors in the world are Peter S. Beagle and Flannery O'Connor, which may give you some idea of what I'm into. I occasionally publish bits of my work on furry sites like FA and IB, but as I tend more toward novels than short fiction, that can be difficult at times.
My character is a rabbit girl named Megan. She's pretty bland, compared to most. Because she's my avatar, I've kept her as close to myself as possible. except that she's far more outgoing and quite a bit better looking than I really am. Which I suppose is standard, really. I've given her a fictional family, including a young daughter, and I'm beginning to flesh out a history for her, but I'm doing my best not to turn her into too much of a Mary Sue so she likely won't show up in any stories.
Besides my writing, I'm very fond of history, with a special interest in ancient and medieval European history, including a particular obsession with the Plantagenet kings of England. Tying into that, I'm also interested in the role of popular fiction in influencing the perception of historical figures. For example, the effect of the Robin Hood stories on the popular perception of King John, who I always felt got something of a raw deal.
I also have a bad habit of talking to much. So I'm going to stop here, and if anyone is interested in telling me about themselves, I'll look forward to reading it!