S Mays' Bio
I like the unusual. Anything out of the ordinary. Stories about mythical creatures, magic, valor, friendship, courage and adventure.
The writers who have inspired me over the years include R.A. Salvatore, Terry Brooks, Terry Pratchett, Mercedes Lackey, David Eddings and dozens more. After obtaining my first car (a 1984 Nissan Sentra, which I paid for myself, thank you very much), I'd make regular visits to our small local library and leave with bags of books, which I'd devour in a week, just like those mini chocolate donuts. Later, I discovered more than one library existed, and that they all had different books!
Then there was college, where reading turned into work, because I was reading about things like ROI, depreciation and mission statements. After graduating, I went back and graduated again, because it was such a blast (nope). Then came the real world and jobs, which we all know is a terrible situation.
These days, when I'm not working for The Man, I spend time at home with my wife and our menagerie of pets, which range from several fish to cats, dogs, and an army of ferrets. My personal interests include reading (fantasy, science fiction, paranormal, horror, and comic books - naturally), playing video games (RPG, strategy), watching television (anything related to superheroes, Rick and Morty, GoT, Comedy Bang Bang - basically anything absurd or not based in reality. Reality is booooring). I've been known to weight train from time to time.
I went a long time without reading or writing anything, but now I'm back, baby. It's time to chew bubblegum and kick literary buttocks, and I'm all out of bubble gum.
And yes, as I've already said, the missing period after the first initial is intentional. If Prince can be a symbol, I can skip initial punctuation, okay?? You may ask, "But why? WHY not put a period after your first initial? Why cause all of this heartache and grief for teachers and editors all around the world?"
Because the period ruins the aesthetics of the cover, okay? You've got this sexy "S" there, tempting and alluring, then an ugly round dot plopped down beside of it, like a Victoria's Secret model with spinach in her teeth. No period, period!