Hi there, tasty peeps!
Can it be true? Has Nice Elinor really given me a page all to myself?
Yes! It’s true!! Muaha. She says I’ve been such a good gator, helping her with her writing. (Yes, I’m the one around here with the brains.)
So important things first: About me.
I was hatched in 2007, in virtual world Second Life, as an online avatar, a tiny alligator no less, although of course in reality I’m a very big alligator indeed. Especially my jaws.
I like swamps, and of course, fish, lots of fish. If you have any spare, feel free to send them my way. Though no spam please, I get quite enough of that already.
Officially Nice Elinor tells me I’m her alter ego and writer’s muse in addition to being her avatar, but it’s all such a bother and she’s such a bore. I’d much rather have a little snooze. Or watch Jurassic Park. Or listen to my favourite podcasts or dance tunes. I’m a great dancer you know!
As I’ve grown—gators never stop growing you know!—I’ve moved further afield. In particular to SansarVR. See my snap [sic] shot below.
But all this typing really does make me very sleepy you know. Yawn. I think I’ll go and lie on that sandbank over there.
Feel free to take a look at some of my favourite things while I’m napping. Stay clear of the larder, and you’ll be fine.
A story all about meeeee! Written by me. Yesh. The Origin of Team Happy Snappy
My SansarVR store.
My Redbubble store.
World’s most splendid blog: http://crocodilian.blogspot.co.uk/ With the awesome Croclog podcast!
Nice Elinor says this is us, and why can’t I spend more time in the closet. http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.co.uk/
Some books for those lazy days on the sandbank: David Alderton. Crocodiles & Alligators of the World.
The only writing book Nice Elinor has ever foisted on me that’s not so boring. Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction by Jeff VanderMeer With added fish!
See? I’m sooo clever! Tool Use in Crocodilians
Best TV programme ever ever: BBC’s Swimming with Crocodiles
One of my awesome relatives: BBC’s David Attenborough and the Mother Caiman
Music for paddling to: Jerry Reed — Amos Moses
Anything by Country Joe and the Fish!