Fantasy has been part of M. K. Theodoratus's world...like forever, starting with an imaginary friend when she was three years old.
A Northern California gal, Theodoratus has been intrigued by formal fantasy since she discovered comic books and the land of Oz. Some of her early favorites were A. Merritt, Andre Norton, Catherine L. Moore, and Fritz Lieber. She has traveled through many fantasy worlds since then. Now she enjoys reading Lee Child, Patricia Briggs, Sharyn McCrumb, Neil Gaiman, and Carol O'Connell among many others. She even reads Regencies [one of the high forms of fantasy], especially ones containing a mystery.
She started telling fantasy stories when she discovered books were written by people. When she was in sixth grade, her teacher told the class to write a story. She doesn't know why she hadn't clued in earlier. She guesses she thought books just magically appeared on the library shelves. Since then, many stories were drafted, most were lost, and some were completed. But as an adult, she freelanced short non-fiction for print magazines.
Now she's retired. When she's not disappearing into other writer's worlds, she's creating her own alternative worlds--that of Andor where demons prey and that of the Far Isle Half-Elven where she explores the social and political implications of genetic drift on a hybrid elf/human population. Yeah, magic and mayhem are still her favorite topics.
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