My Philosophy of Life
I've always had somewhat of a pith-filled philosophy of life; I just never had a place to post it before. Now I do--please feel free to alert the media.
So if I love being a Dorrit so much, why the need for aliases? Two reasons, both pretty simple. First, because it's fun and I really like goofing on people. It's fun to come out with a name like this and wait to see if the person even notices, especially when you say you're "Hedy Lamarr" or "Melanie Daniels" or something. Next, because wasn't it Shakespeare or someone he hung around with who said "life's a stage" or something to that effect? It's fun pretending that's true. I stole most of these, so feel free to borrow any that strike your fancy.
Dorrit Coat of Arms
Rightfully granted by official armorial authorities abroad way back in the Middle Ages. This is the latest version, recently unearthed on a dig in, uh, someplace ancient. I swear.
A visual of where I stand in the "big picture."
I realize most people don't have a personal bio. I probably wouldn't either, but I wrote one to send to literary agents a few years ago when I was trying to get my novels published. Then I had to update it for work. (This is a PDF, so you have to have Acrobat Reader to open it.)
"Fave Raves" -- The Unofficial Bio
This one says more and is much more entertaining, especially if you're old enough to remember "Sixteen" and "Tiger Beat" in their
Old Band Bio
What's really a hoot about this, besides the fact that a lot of it's crap, is that my friend who was helping me manage my band at the time and I both had the balls to actually send this bio out in a press kit. There's probably an appropriate pithy quote about being young and courage that I should throw in here, but I can't think of one.