Whoosh! Issue 71 - August 2002

INSIDE THE HEAD OF MINERVA
By Amy Murphy
Content © 2002 held by author
WHOOSH! Edition © (c) 2002 held by WHOOSH
4889 words


Introduction (01)
Minerva's Head (02-163)
Minerva's Stories
Acknowledgments
Articles
Biography



INSIDE THE HEAD OF MINERVA



Introduction



I'll get you!! And your little dog, too!!!

An example of what determination looks like in a writer


[01] Minerva has a very strong following and put the 'Th' in 'Thud'. She is a very good writer and another that can peel the plastic off of your monitor.



Minerva’s Head


INTERVIEWER:
[02] Why did you start writing?

MINERVA:
[03] It's always been a dream of mine even as a kid. I could picture myself living in this log cabin (very rustic) with my trusty old typewriter, hammering away at some great masterpiece. I stopped for a long time because I just didn't have the courage to do it. Then, one day I woke up with the bravado to do it. Thanks to one special lady.

INTERVIEWER:
[04] If you had to do it all over, would you be a bard? Would you write?

MINERVA:
[05] Oh yes, the Xenaverse is very big in giving me back my dream with inspiration that will stay with me always even with the show's end. I am a counselor by trade. I love working with kids, but if I could, writing full time would be my first choice.

INTERVIEWER:
[06] Give us a brief day in the life of Min?

MINERVA:
[07] My day generally begins at night. I work nights. I go to work, joke around with my boys (I mostly work with teenage boys). We laugh, we talk, I hear their stories. Sometimes they are so horrible that it's hard not to cringe in outrage. I try to change their bitterness to a grain of hope. After a fight with paperwork, I take that anger and negativity and transform it to hope and love in the form of prose.

INTERVIEWER:
[08] How do you handle stress?

MINERVA:
[09] I'm a worrier, but I work well under stress. I don't get flustered at all. I'm usually the cool head and the voice of reason when things get out of hand. Don't get me wrong. I'm still wound up. I just hide it better. After the stressful situation is abated, I turn on the radio to my favorite Jazz station and I write.

INTERVIEWER:
[10] Years from now, how would you want to be remembered?

MINERVA:
[11] As a woman who cares -- a woman who understands.

INTERVIEWER:
[12] What is your pet peeve?

MINERVA:
[13] I don't suffer fake people and fools gladly.

INTERVIEWER:
[14] Who is Min?

MINERVA:
[15] Min is a woman foremost, a woman who cares too much and sometimes takes on too much. There is this overwhelming need to help in me, either through writing (which is why I tackle issues such as domestic abuse, relationships, child abuse, sexual abuse, etc.) talking and/or listening. I'm a lover *smirks* and my partner calls me a wit--whatever that means. I guess it's that really dry sense of humor I have. I'm a pretty laid back person but just a tad too intense at times also.

INTERVIEWER:
[16] What do you see yourself doing in the future? Any future projects?

MINERVA:
[17] Is that a trick question? *laughs* Writing of course and staying at my job to help any kid that walks through the door. As for future projects, I want to keep tackling those issues. I'm thinking next online romances, women who realize their sexuality late in life--usually after marriage, and infidelity. I want to tie that all in and create one h-ll of a story where the character loses and finds herself and the consequences this journey has on those around her. Vague enough?

INTERVIEWER:
[18] How do you handle depression?

MINERVA:
[19] I'm a cuddler. I cuddle with my partner and we talk. I also live a block away from the Atlantic Ocean. I go out and sit in front of the water, gazing out at it puts so much in perspective---the beauty and size of it is just enough sometimes. When I can't do either, I just pull out my journal and write.

INTERVIEWER:
[20] What advice can you give to future writers?

MINERVA:
[21] Just go for it. I know it's easier said than done, but that's what it boils down to. The more you write the better you get, and the better you get the more you want to write.

INTERVIEWER:
[22] What has the show Xena meant to you?

MINERVA:
[23] Oh wow. It gave me the inspiration to finally get my b-tt in gear. When I first started writing Uber fiction, I was so rusty! But I kept watching and writing until I got better. It gave me the courage to be human and flawed and still get on with my life despite of it. Most of all, it made it okay to be a woman and flawed in a society that pushes "the perfect woman" in magazines and in most of Hollywood. I have made friendships through this show that have touched me deeply. This show has brought me to tears, made me laugh, and made me feel . . .everything through that I went on my own journey of self-discovery and realized who I am as an individual.

INTERVIEWER:
[24] How do you feel about its end?

MINERVA:
[25] All good things must end. I dare say that it's the nature of human existence. It's scary and sad. It's the same in this case sad that there will be no more episodes, but there is always video tape. Concerning the finale, I thought it was a great piece of filmaking with stunning visuals, and unbelievable acting. The story itself had flaws but it was still classic in my opinion. I have always viewed the relationship between the characters as a tragic love story--always together but forever separated by something or other. Something told me it would end that way. I also have always seen Xena as a warrior of the highest order, ignoring her safety and well being for others. She died how she lived, and with a few gaps in the story as a whole, she got redemption. I saw Gabrielle as a work in progress--ever changing and ever learning. She has truly transformed into the woman she wanted to be with a heavy price, knowing pain and her own darkness.

INTERVIEWER:
[26] What are your dreams? Hopes? Wishes?

MINERVA:
[27] World peace? You think I'm kidding? I'm really not. I want to help the children who are abused in this country every few minutes along with the women who are raped and abused. I wish to see women assert themselves. I hope to see not just tolerance of people different races and sexuality but acceptance. I want the politicians to get a clue, and I wish to write about it all. Not asking much am I?

INTERVIEWER:
[28] Who do you trust?

MINERVA:
[29] My family, my lover, my friends-- of course she's in all three categories but still in the over all sense that's who I trust to tell me the truth, to yell at me, to tell me I'm wrong, and to support me.

INTERVIEWER:
[30] What would you say every writer needs?

MINERVA:
[31] Guts to do it differently. Guts to break out of the mold and not follow a formula. Guts to use words, phrases-- the English language and bend it to your will.

INTERVIEWER:
[32] Do you believe in prayer? Explain?

MINERVA:
[33] I very much do believe in the power of prayer. I grew up in the church. I haven't been in a long time because of the hypocrisy I see there that has no place. Still, God is with me. When my mother got sick, I prayed for her recovery. When my day was bad, I prayed for peace. When my health was in trouble, I handed it to God, and he lifted the worry off my shoulders. When I needed someone, He sent me invaluable friends and a partner who have changed my life for the better. What ever I have asked for, even when I asked for nothing my prayers have been answered in one form or another. It's true what they say. All it takes is a little faith.

INTERVIEWER:
[34] What makes your best friend your best friend?

MINERVA:
[35] I think this question should say best friends. They have always been there even at 3am when I call or pop over complaining about the state of the world, the state of my love life, or the state of whatever. They were there when I came out-giving me eye rolls and shrugs like it was no big thing. They were there when I told my mother offering to come pick me up if things got bad. Even before they came into my life, they always seemed to be there-- period.

INTERVIEWER:
[36] What's the most romantic thing anyone has done for you?

MINERVA:
[37] When I first went to go visit my current partner, I stayed for a week during Spring Break. It was a few years ago, but I got breakfast in bed. I got dinner and dancing. I got many laughs. That day as I was leaving to get back to college, we stood in the middle of the bus station hugging. She wanted to kiss me and I her, but there were soo many people. She gave me a cute little smile and whispered, "The h-ll with them." I got the kiss of my life, and I knew. I KNEW this was the person I wanted to be with. Over the years there have been other moments but I think this was the defining one.

INTERVIEWER:
[38] What theme would you like to tackle in your next work?

MINERVA:
[39] Oh, I think I already answered that but here goes. Infidelity along with some other intertwining things. It's a big one and makes a lot of people uncomfortable, but I'm gonna dive in anyway.

INTERVIEWER:
[40] What was the last thing that made you smile recently?

MINERVA:
[41] Just yesterday, me and my partner stood on the Boardwalk around sunset, staring at the ocean, holding hands, and eating ice cream. I was surrounded by beauty and creamy goodness. That made me smile. *chuckles* Man, that was mushy.

INTERVIEWER:
[42] What made you angry?

MINERVA:
[43] Seeing the kids I work with getting treated like crap by anyone but especially the people who are supposed to be working with them. Sometimes the agency is as dysfunctional as the child.

INTERVIEWER:
[44] You now have absolute authority over the world. Omnipotent in all areas. What is your first move?

MINERVA:
[45] To bring back Pop Rocks. Oh, I loved those things as a kid! Um, world peace would be next. (grins)

INTERVIEWER:
[46] How would you categorize your best writing, and give the URLs for them if posted.

MINERVA:
[47] I think my best writing to date is the story I'm working on right now. It's an uber that I think will shock and endear the reader at the same time. I don't cut corners or stick to a formula. I don't think I think that way. It's called White Nights http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/mdomain/whiten.html

INTERVIEWER:
[48] What stupid thing did you do as a teen?

MINERVA:
[49] Oh my god! I don't condone drug use at all especially after this incident. When I was about 14 or younger, I found an unlit pipe. I knew the smell of pot back then--who didn't? But me being the curious child that I inhaled. Apparently, it still had some residue. I was as high as the proverbial kite and horny as I don't know what! It was a combination that left me crying because I couldn't find relief. *laughs* I have never smoked another thing except for an cigarette or two.

INTERVIEWER:
[50] What, if anything, can stop you writing, if only for a while?

MINERVA:
[51] A family crisis the requires my presence - including situation with my friends. Everything drops for that.

INTERVIEWER:
[52] In your opinion, do you fit your astrological sign?

MINERVA:
[53] I'm a Sag. Sometimes I do but most of the time I don't. I read somewhere that we are wanderers. That's far from being me. I like to settle and I like order in my chaos.

Xena, I wouldn't touch you with a ten foot...oh wait...

Callisto, on the other hand, enjoyed chaos in her order


INTERVIEWER:
[54] What to you is the worst feeling in the world?

MINERVA:
[55] Feeling unloved and ignored.

INTERVIEWER:
[56] The best feeling in the world?

MINERVA:
[57] Knowing that you're not alone and someone loves and looks after you when you need it.

INTERVIEWER:
[58] Favorite song of the moment?

MINERVA:
[59] It's a song called Yellow. I forgot who sings it but I love the lyrics and the singer sings as if he feels it.

INTERVIEWER:
[60] What is the first thing you think of in the morning?

MINERVA:
[61] I wonder if everything is okay with the woman lying next to me as well as my family.

INTERVIEWER:
[62] Is there one part of the writing process where you usually get stuck?

MINERVA:
[63] Yesssss, the love scenes. They take hours to write! Getting the arms, legs, and whatever in the right places can be difficult.

INTERVIEWER:
[64] What have you tried to change that, successful or not?

MINERVA:
[65] I get up, walk around, and mutter to myself as I visualize what's happening. It still takes forever, but I think with the finished product, the time was warranted.

INTERVIEWER:
[66] Does the best writing flow for you, or does it come from rewrites?

MINERVA:
[67] It flows. I don't do outlines or notes. I probably should, but it just doesn't work for me. Although, I tend to go back and make sure I got the names of the minor characters right.

INTERVIEWER:
[68] Which part of writing do you enjoy most?

MINERVA:
[69] The initial process of just sitting there and letting it just filter from your head to fingers does it for me. Makes me giddy and all excited.

INTERVIEWER:
[70] How often do you think about a piece when you are working on it and when do you think about it?

MINERVA:
[71] I think about it a lot! Sometimes I can't get it out of my mind at all. Paragraphs of dialogue or just the chapter as a whole comes to me while I'm eating, trying to sleep, in the shower or anywhere. My characters talk to me and tell me what to write. I take the time to listen no matter what I'm doing. Um, except alone time *wiggles eyebrows* They are pretty quiet then.

INTERVIEWER:
[72] When someone walks into your bedroom, what are the first five things that they are likely to notice?

MINERVA:
[73] The bookshelves filled with Dragon Lance books (my girlfriend's). The huge trunk pink trunk that holds all my old papers and some books from school. The collection of stuff animals my partner bought me--some are on the bed and some are just laying around. And probably the videotape collection that ranges from Xena to various movies.

INTERVIEWER:
[74] Do you feel in control of your writing, or do you get carried away by your inspiration or characters?

MINERVA:
[75] I'm inclined to believe that it's an equal part thing. The characters talk to me and I shape what they say. We work together most of the time.

INTERVIEWER:
[76] Do you consider yourself to have a muse?

MINERVA:
[77] If all those people running around in my head, who take the shape of characters are muses, then yes. I guess you could say that I have more than one. They talk and I listen. Each one for each story or series are different because each of my series are written in a different style.

INTERVIEWER:
[78] Tell the truth--are you your favorite writer, or in your own top five? Why or why not?

MINERVA:
[79] No, I don't think I am. I mean, I know I'm good, but there are better writers who weave a web around me more so than my own writing does. When I write I feel it all. Sometimes I end up crying or laughing or getting aroused but that's during the process. I don't get that when I reread. There's almost a clinical detachment. Then again, I am my own worst critic. My enjoyment rises in the writing of it not the reading. So, I don't think I could ever be my own favorite.

INTERVIEWER:
[80] Would the world be a better place if women ran it or would it be basically the same?

MINERVA:
[81] While women are different from the male of the species and harbor some sensibilities that men don't, I think it would be a tad different. The politicians might be more in touch with the people and their actual wants and needs, and that would generally make it better for everyone--both male and female.

INTERVIEWER:
[82] What is your favorite spot where you live now?

MINERVA:
[83] If I go down one block there is the Boardwalk and right there if I keep straight there are these stairs that lead down to the beach. I walk down and I sit. I watch the waves, the sunset, and the people.

INTERVIEWER:
[84] What books are you reading now?

MINERVA:
[85] I'm reading the Carol Ashton novels also a little Linda Hill. Ashton is mostly mystery with a little romance thrown in. I like the mystery and figuring out who done it. I like the romance because it gives an extra edge to the novel. As far as Linda Hill is concerned, she writes romances that keep me riveted. They make me laugh, they can leave me outraged, and occasionally she makes me smile goofily and giggle like a schoolgirl.

INTERVIEWER:
[86] What would your friends say is your worst trait?

MINERVA:
[87] I say whatever comes to mind sometimes without thinking at all. It leaves some shocked, others laughing, and some offended. I don't do it as often as I used to but occasionally things come blurting out.

INTERVIEWER:
[88] Do you type with your fingers on the right keys?

MINERVA:
[89] Yes.

INTERVIEWER:
[90] What is the longest any plant in your home has been with you?

MINERVA:
[91] *laughs* I've never owned a plant until recently. We've had it about 2 months.

INTERVIEWER:
[92] Do you have any particular bedtime rituals that you follow every night?

MINERVA:
[93] No I just strip and dive in, but I have to flop onto the bed for some reason. It just doesn't feel right otherwise. I would never get comfortable.

INTERVIEWER:
[94] If you find a spider in the bathtub, do you help it out or squish it?

MINERVA:
[95] I scream!! I hate crawling things. I would scream and then kill it and scream some more.

INTERVIEWER:
[96] What was the last thing you bought that you really did not need?

MINERVA:
[97] *laughs* My girlfriend would say season 3 and 4 of Xena, but I would say I have an affinity to buying DVD's when we really don't have the money. --a lot of DVD's.

INTERVIEWER:
[98] Have you ever smoked cigarettes?

MINERVA:
[99] Ugh, yes but I stopped right away. I work at night and I started smoking to keep awake but the headache that resulted was enough to get me to stop.

INTERVIEWER:
[100] Who is your favorite Greek God?

MINERVA:
[101] Do you have to ask? LOL that would be Athena.

INTERVIEWER:
[102] Why do fools fall in love?

MINERVA:
[103] Because they can and it feels so good.

INTERVIEWER:
[104] Do you keep a diary?

MINERVA:
[105] I keep a journal to write in when something strikes me. I use it to type out that section of the story and change it as I go.

INTERVIEWER:
[106] How has online writing affected your life and how you see yourself, your goals?

MINERVA:
[107] It gave me a vehicle to follow my dream. My goal is to get one or more of the online stories published.

INTERVIEWER:
[108] What skill would you like to have that you do not have now?

MINERVA:
[109] If you mean writing skill, I would love to be able to say things with an economy of words, but I can't seem to do that.

INTERVIEWER:
[110] Who is your real life hero and why?

MINERVA:
[111] My mother. She has overcome so much--abuse, cruelty, etc. and was able to raise us in the midst of it. She had the courage to leave and get on with her life.

INTERVIEWER:
[112] What fan fiction story touched you so much that you still remember it vividly?

MINERVA:
[113] I used to read a lot. I was plenty entertained, but there haven't been many that touched a cord really deep. Accidental Love by B.L Miller sticks out http://www.blmiller.net/accidental/al1.html and so does Heaven Down Here by Rebecca Hall. http://ausxip.com/fanfiction/h/heaven1/htlm

INTERVIEWER:
[114] If you could only choose a single climate with no variation would you prefer it to be sweltering hot or freezing cold?

MINERVA:
[115] Sweltering definitely. There's always an air conditioner and it's never too hot to go out. When its too cold you can't do a thing.

INTERVIEWER:
[116] What is the first thing you notice about someone when you meet them?

MINERVA:
[117] Their eyes and smile. If someone looks you straight in the eye and smiles you can tell if it's sincere.

INTERVIEWER:
[118] Have you ever done something that accidentally caused something really bad to happen to someone?

MINERVA:
[119] God no, not that I'm aware of.

The results of putting on makeup under the light of a paper lantern.

Xena, on the other hand, did a WHOPPER!


INTERVIEWER:
[120] How is $25 well spent?

MINERVA:
[121] Hmm, on a good book and a cup of tea to drink while reading it.

INTERVIEWER:
[122] Would you rather live in a sociable suburb, or alone in the deep woods?

MINERVA:
[123] My dream remember? Log cabin? I would dig the deep woods.

INTERVIEWER:
[124] What literary character did you most identify with as a child?

MINERVA:
[125] Badger in The Wind and The Willows.

INTERVIEWER:
[126] What is the source of your inspiration?

MINERVA:
[127] I think I have many sources my mother--the strength she projects to overcome, the rest of my family and friends, and the state of the world in general.

INTERVIEWER:
[128] Where do your ideas come from?

MINERVA:
[129] Whatever is on my heart is what I write about. In my opinion, I have the chance to enlighten and change some people's lives through words, so I choose things that the normal person goes through--i.e., relationship problems, domestic abuse, etc.

INTERVIEWER:
[130] What do you find most satisfying about your job?

MINERVA:
[131] Seeing a kid go out into the world prepared and well armed with the knowledge and know how he needs to face the monsters around the corner.

INTERVIEWER:
[132] What are the three things you enjoy most about writing?

MINERVA:
[133] Creating a world that I can make as real to others as it is to me. Knowing that my writing is effecting or changing someone and knowing that the reader is maybe learning or opening their eyes to something they haven't before.

INTERVIEWER:
[134] What were your favorite book, TV show, and movie when you were a teenager and what do you think of them now?

MINERVA:
[135] Catcher in the Rye. I still love the intensity and the honesty of it. Moonlighting. I loved the chemistry between the characters, the mystery, and the laughs. Now, watching the re-runs years later--some of it is cheesy but I still think it's one of the greatest shows. No movie back then stuck out to me but these days Sense and Sensibility is my favorite.

INTERVIEWER:
[136] What's your idea of a perfect world?

MINERVA:
[137] If I could go back in time, and stop the devil from entering the Garden, I think we would have our perfect world free of violence and disease. It's a pretty dream.

INTERVIEWER:
[138] How real is your fiction to you?

MINERVA:
[139] Very real. The people are write about are like good friends I've known forever. They must be real to me in order for them to come off the page for the reader.

INTERVIEWER:
[140] What Disney character do you most identify with and why?

MINERVA:
[141] Eww, I'm not Disney inclined, but I would have to say Tramp from Lady and the Tramp. He was carefree but still looking to belong just like I was for a long time.

INTERVIEWER:
[142] Who do you read for inspiration?

MINERVA:
[143] Ah, just about anything. The morning paper can get me going.

INTERVIEWER:
[144] What's your favorite website?

MINERVA:
[145] Lunacy's Review site http://lunacyreviews.com/whatsnew.shtm. You find all the good stuff there.

INTERVIEWER:
[146] When you were a kid what did you want to be when you grew up?

MINERVA:
[147] A doctor, a writer, and I think at one time to be an airplane pilot.

INTERVIEWER:
[148] What are the limits in sacrifices for true love?

MINERVA:
[149] It simply has no limits. It's as simple as that.

INTERVIEWER:
[150] If you could interview your favorite author, what questions would you ask?

MINERVA:
[151] Oh my gosh, will I get in trouble if I say that I don't have a favorite? There is sooo much good stuff our there and I try my best to read it all. I enjoy the classics--Jane Austen is a big one for me. I like Dean Koontz, Stephen King, and Nora Roberts. Ugh, there are so many.

INTERVIEWER:
[152] What makes a great kisser?

MINERVA:
[153] Soft lips, patience, tenderness when it's needed and fire when it is. And of course the overwhelming desire to kiss that person has to be there to make it great.

INTERVIEWER:
[154] What have you learned from your animals?

MINERVA:
[155] I haven't had a furry companion for years, but I learned how to laugh, play, and care for someone other than myself.

INTERVIEWER:
[156] Does our society glorify violence to the point we have become desensitized to it and the consequences?

MINERVA:
[157] I honesty don't think we glorify it at all. I think society just reflects it. You can't avoid what is everywhere. People are far from desensitized or there wouldn't have been public sadness and outcry in incidents like Oklahoma City or Columbine.

INTERVIEWER:
[158] What is your motto?

MINERVA:
[159] The lemonade saying.

INTERVIEWER:
[160] What do you think we take too seriously as writers?

MINERVA:
[161] Ourselves.

INTERVIEWER:
[162] What questions should I have asked?

MINERVA:
[163] Oh, I think you pretty much cornered the market here. The questions were pretty eclectic, fun to answer and most were thought provoking that would give insight into anyone. Excellent job by the way.



Minerva's Stories

Minerva’s e-mail address: merci_nerva@hotmail.com

Minerva's website: http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/mdomain/

Minerva's mailing list: MinDom-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

All the following stories can be found at: http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/mdomain/ezone.html

R' Place Series
Follow Tara and Red on their discovery of each other in a relationship that steadily grows stronger despite both outside/inside forces that threatens to tear them apart.

R' Place
Silent Lucidity
Out on a Limb
Possession I
Possession II
Fumbling Toward Ecstasy
Under Her Spell I
Under Her Spell II
The Fear Inside
Full of Grace I
Full of Grace II
Love and Other Surprises
Touch
Giving In Gracefully
Deep
Hanging In

One Shots
Stories that deal with various different characters. Mostly PWP

Grind

Afternoon Delight Series
Join Xena and Gabrielle in a good romp, after romp, after romp.

Afternoon Delight
Afternoon Delight II
Afternoon Delight III
Afternoon Delight IV
Evening
Just A Little Ditty

Perspective Series
All the following stories can be found at: http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/mdomain/hzone.html

It's All in Your Point of View
Eyes of the Beholder
The Eyes Have It
Eyes Wide Shut
See No Evil
Seeing is Believing
Blinded
Looking Within
Seeing is Everything
Out of Sight I
Out of Sight II
Insight I
Insight II
Seeing Through Smoke
Perceptions
Differing Perspectives

Linger
Two women down on their luck and the world in general find each other. As their bond gets stronger, they change each other and restore hope.

Holiday Tales
Special holiday stories that range from Uber to Classic and Original.

Tale One: Halloween
Masks: A Halloween Tale

Tale Two: Thanksgiving
Realizations: A Thanksgiving Tale

Tale Three: Christmas/NY
Again I
Again II

Tale Four: Valentine's Day
Breathe

White Nights
http://www.angelfire.com/mdomain/whiten.html



Acknowledgments

Thanks to Kamouraskan for the beta.







Articles

L. J. Maas and Murphy Wilson [Amy Murphy].One Step Beyond ... Uber, That Is. WHOOSH #49 (October 2000)

The "Inside the Head of..." series in Whoosh issues #58, 61-66,68-71







Biography

a woman of mystery Amy Murphy
Thirty-one-year-old Amy Murphy resides in Indiana, and is an avid reader of Xena: Warrior Princess Fan Fiction. If it exists in the Xenaverse, chances are she has read it! Murphy has also tried her hand at writing fan fiction, turning out two very nice pieces that reside on a couple of web sites throughout the Xenaverse.


Favorite episode: IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE (24/124)
Favorite line: "I Have Many Skills" Various episodes
First episode seen: TITANS (07/107)
Least favorite episode: LYRE, LYRE HEARTS ON FIRE (100/510)

 

 

Return to Top Return to Index