The photo on my Gravatar? That’s obviously not me, it’s a picture of Eliza Dushku I particularly like and, since my writing buddies and other fan content creators associate me with Faith Lehane, it seemed like the thing to do at the time.
Fayeth ~ She’s 36 years old, a writer and graphic designer with questionable morals and a sexy turn of phrase.
She’s a Norse Heathen who believes in Minority Rights, Gay Rights, Religious Freedom and Fat Acceptance.
She loves fandom, loves written roleplaying, loves fanfiction, loves bento and quit veganism.
A Bit More
Let’s start with Fayeth, shall we? Fayeth is a nickname, a smoosh of Faye and Faith (Lehane), given to me by one of my favorite fan authors and a good friend. It stuck, and I lovez it, so it stays.
I’m a writer. I might not be a great writer, and I might stink up the place with my awful grammar and horrible ideas, but writing is one of my passions and I’ve got a really hard time going a day without writing something. I’ve got a couple of (crappy) finished novels under my belt that I’m contemplating actually publishing and so much fanfiction that, were I to fill a bowl with the words I’ve written, it would probably have to be a bowl the size of a football field. Of course, writing and being good at writing are two completely separate things, aren’t they?
I’m currently between jobs, better known as [email protected]#!%ing unemployed! But in my lifetime I’ve worked in politics, for several radio programs, in web design and development as both a freelancer and in-house designer and even a talent scout for a media group.
I’m a vintage lifestyle enthusiast who loves authentic late 1930s and early 1940s fashion, which I tend to wear daily. I love antiques and I tend to be overly invested in baseball games that ended 70 years ago.
I’m passionate about world politics, culture and economics. About real food, nutrition and farming practices. About history, art and music. I know a little about a lot of things but am an expert in absolutely nothing, but I’m always eager to learn a little more.
I can be a little pessimistic, and fairly pragmatic, but I think I’m fairly upbeat in any case.