7th of October 1987Race/Ethnicity:
Caucasian - USASexual Orientation:
Natively hetrosexual, softening up to homosexualityOccupation:
Parker Commons Apartment 309AppearanceHair Color:
Dark Brown Eye Color:
- Gets very enthusiastic about things she works with, or people for that sake.
- Socially relentless:
- Knows few social bounds, very rarely gets embarrassed over anything, but often leads to insensitive wording
- Slight homophobia:
- While nothing major, has a small bit of prejudice towards homosexual couples, primarily so male couples. Has softened a fair bit though. It's more so a fear of the unknown at this point.
- Has a personality that can quickly dominate conversations, for better or for worse.
- Maria is undeniably eccentric, and has her fair set of quirks that are commonly seen throughout the day
- Likes the feeling of being nude in her own home.
- Loves learning new things.
- Reads practically anything, and as an author, of course she enjoys writing.
- Luxury food:
- The kind of dishes that cost half a car and don't live up to the price.
- Finds it unsettling, especially when alone.
- Plane rides:
- Despite loving seeing new places, she despises flying.
- Repeating herself:
- In any situation, she hates doing the same thing twice, be it writing, traveling, or talking.
- Despite being rather prejudicial herself, she despises others' prejudice.
Vaginal, oral (Receiving, occasionally giving), oils (Or other lubricants, things that make the skin shine), shower/bath-tub sex.Character Offs:
Homosexual sex (Softening up), extremely buff men, excessive dirty-talk, anal (Willing to try with the right partner though), being submissivePlayer O/Os: My roleplaying preferences (Most up-to-date)Extra note:
If I haven't already, please send me a PM before any sex-scenes.Biography
Maria was the firstborn out of three children in an upperclass-family based in North Carolina. Both her parents were business-tycoons, so money was never an issue, but as one would expect, they were busy. They would rarely be at home, using most of their time to travel and work, which led to few hours at home and a weak relationship to their children. A nanny was hired to keep an eye on Maria, and she worked there for almost ten years before being taken for thievery, making her parents reluctant about hiring a new one, leaving Maria to herself. Considering her age, they didn't figure it was a big deal, and to be fair, it wasn't. Eventually, a second child came, and not too long after that, a third, which led Maria into an early mother-role. As she grew older, her relationship with her parents worsened, finding them irresponsible, and as she turned 18, she didn't think twice about moving from home. Her parents wanted her to go to college, but she had other plans.
So in the end, she turned to becoming an author. Many nights after her siblings had gone to bed had been spent reading in the large library that their house sported, and she had found interest in picking it up as a craft herself. She had worked on a larger book for a long while, and soon after she moved from home, she started working on getting her first work published. And after a long and tedious search for a publisher that would even look at her work, and half a year worth of editing, her first work was published, with a sequel in the workings. Her first book had a rather mixed reception, but it was positive enough to give her a second try, and with a marginally different second book in her series, it took off. She had corrected the flaws with the past work, and taken a lot of twists and turns, changing around a lot, for the better it seemed.
And soon enough, it became her trademark. The one who never wrote the same thing twice. With a minimalistic amount of reappearing characters and locations, plotlines and story-points, it became something in a genre of its own, by simply being a bit of everything, a concept just bizarre enough to work. As time went on, the books slowly tied together with one another, which in itself made her a headline author for a very long time. With works often taking up several list-spots on best-seller lists, she was undeniably what one would call successful.
There was a fair bit of controversy mixed into the picture as well however. Claims of cultural insensitivity, terror-support, racism and homophobia were common topics, though in most cases it was shot down as quickly as it fired up.
Maria moved to Indigo way through a desire to write a homosexual character, though her editor quickly claimed it impossible since she was anything but homosexual herself, which was what turned her to move into a neighborhood heavy on homosexuality, to observe and learn. RelationshipsFriends:
Drives a 2014 Chevriolet Camaro SS
for longer trips, has a Kawasaki 300 Ninja for the shorter trips Literature up-to-date:
Maria has written a wide range of different genres, although she has taken a liking to modern, realistic settings. Few of her books have many reoccurring factors, most changing complete casts with a minimal amount of returning characters. She explained in an interview that she didn't like writing the same characters for too long since she felt that the more she wrote with them, the less control she had over them. That, and that she found new concepts all the time and was more interested in writing for them instead.
Her flagship series so-to-say would be the seven-part series named Sinners. It was released over the course of five years, though the three first binds had been written before the first one was published. The series, as the name implies, takes inspiration in the seven cardinal sins, each book using a different sin with new characters, with some vague tie-ins between the books. The genre of each book changed around between the various titles, leading to a lot of mixed opinions.
(Should it be needed at some point I'll include some more about the actual content of the books, but for now, I'll leave it as this so I'll have a bit more freedom of speech).
There we go, wanted to get it up before I went to bed, not everything is filled in and things are likely to be tweaked around at least a bit at a later point, but for now, all constructive criticism is appreciated ^^