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January 2
Portland, Oregon (USA)
About Me
Miki has been writing since she first touched the pointy end of a fat pencil to paper and realized stories came out. She is an honors graduate of Portland State University in Arts & Letters and Film, has several film and book projects in varying states of progress, and looks identical to her avatar in her head. She writes novels, screenplays, as well as occasional poems and bits of silliness on Mikibits.com, Twitter(@mikibits1), Facebook(@Mikibits) and Wattpad(Mikibits).
Type of Writer
Quirky speculative and science fiction, with a little poetry, memoir, and the odd comic thing when the mood strikes.
Writing Style
Quirky. I was going to say more ... but that kind of sums it up.
Androids, time machines, post-apocalyptic worlds, humor, romance in unlikely places, machine evolution, bunnies, steampunk, satire, kittens, underdogs, virtual worlds.
Website / Homepage
My Blog
Group Memberships
Favorite Genres
Science fiction, speculative fiction, satire, humor.
Favorite Books
Currently I'm reading Terry Pratchett's wonderful Discworld series, in order. At this update, I'm on book 22 of 43.
Favorite Authors
Terry Pratchett, Harry Harrison, Robert Heinlein, Ursula K. Leguin, ... (there's bunches more, if I can bemember them...)
Favorite Poets
Melanie Green
Favorite Music
Currently I'm getting into Electric Swing.
Favorite Movies
Amelie, The Fifth Element ... too many others.
Favorite Shows
Right now... - K-On (anime)
    Rated: 18+ · Sci-fi · #2209870
    Life is about making the best of what you got, even when all that's left is imagination.
    Rated: E · Biographical · #2213921
    About one well-known person, from the perspective of another. Can you guess who they are?
    Rated: E · Nonsense · #2213926
    Denizens of a Coffee Shop ...
    Rated: E · Environment · #2213932
    A strange poem that happened on the way to school, walking through the sounds of the city.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #2213929
    A slightly fantasized retelling of an actual event, in memory of my grandfather.
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