|Full Name:||Carlotta Corday|
|About Me:||Writer, editor, semi-retired.|
|Interests:||Writing. Reading. Animal rights. Environmental politics (including our food supply). ENDING WAR (WISH ME LUCK). Admiring art, never running out of beautiful things for my eyes.|
|Favorite Music:||Classical, Opera, New Age, Classic early 60's girlfriend-boyfriend pop (The Shangri-Las, etc) Robert Mirabal, Robbie Robertson, all Native American, 60s-70s Hard Rock, Folk, Pop (Jose Feliciano, Neil Diamond), greats of the 80s (Mr. Roboto, Puttin' on the Ritz, One Night in Bangkok).|
|Favorite Books:||Margaret Atwood, Gladys Schmitt, Anya Seton, Edith Pargeter, Leslie Glass. Recently loved GONE GIRL by Gillian Flynn. I would say read it and skip the movie, don't let the movie spoil the intense, crazy, suspenseful book!|
|Favorite Movies:||Grave of the Fireflies. The Crucible. Knowing, Compliance (horrifying must-see, true story). A Tale of Two Cities, older versions, especially the one with Dirk Bogard. Old Danny Kaye comedies. Old sword-and-sandal. Old horror and Sci-fi. Steve Reeves, Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing. Anime fairytales! I don't like musicals (some exceptions like Paint Your Wagon, Evita, Camelot, Ella Enchanted and the Shreks if those were musicals), suspense thrillers like The Ledge and The Drop and Fracture, but chick flicks had better be as good as 50 First Dates and Punch Drunk Love, or NO-NO NEVER to those! Far From the Madding Crowd (2015). The Painted Veil (newest version, Edward Norton). I love tragedies, I usually need the good cry, BUT ONLY if the message and meaning are extraordinarily powerful.|
|Favorite TV Shows:||Game of Thrones. For as long as I can tolerate the agony...|
|Favorite Quotes:||"The tomb is not a blind alley: it is a thoroughfare. It closes on the twilight. It opens on the dawn." ~Victor Hugo|
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