Well, I'm fifteen, and bored. Frequently. So I draw, I write, do whatever it takes to amuse myself....that doesn't mean I'm good at it, just that I try...and that it keeps me sane, or at least partly so.
Other than writing, drawing, and torturing the ears of those around me(I try to sing...key emphasis on try) I like to rock climb, tree climb, and read large amounts of fantasy & sci-fi.
reading, writing, drawing, friends, animals
LOTR (Of course) Star Trek (yeah..I'm a trekkie: P) Star Wars (I think we're getting into a pattern here...) Harry Potter (Be nice, all ye who find it stupid) and erm...I know there's more, I just can't think of it at the moment.
Okay, now we're really gonna get on a roll: ) Ender's Game, by Orson Scott card, as well as his other books. Any and all of Lawrence Watt-Evans books that I can get my hands on. Trudi Canavan's The Black Magician series (especially The Novice) and Terry Brooks' The Elfstones of Shannara (I've read some of the others, but that's my favorite). Of course I've read all of Harry Potter, as well as the Lord of the Rings. Raymond E Feist's Magician, apprentice and master, not to mention the Empire trilogy co-written with Janny Wurts...Anything I can find by Robert Heinlein...The once and Future King, by T.H.White (yep, even the classics) Speaking of classics, there's the Iliad and the Odyssey, and all One Thousand Arabian Nights(that were actually written in...I think it was Persia? Can't remember now, I'd have to check...) The Green Rider series by Kristen Britain...Both the DragonLance series, and The Forgotten Realms...
And that's all I can think of off the top of my head, and I'm tired. I'm sure there are more, and if you know any you think I might like, feel free to mention them, I'm always up for more reading material.^-^
celtic, Irish folk, some country, and musicals. Especially Phantom of the Opera, and Sweeney Todd. *Begins to dance and sing "Green Finch and Linnet Bird" but shatters own, poor eardrums, and then falls down and breaks her leg.* I really shouldn't do that....