Eilidh

Hello darling Nephilim! Thank you for clicking on my little info page!

My name is Eilidh, and I am the co-founder of British Nephilim along with Sarah, who is my lovely parabatai – she is the best. I met her through twitter, and she convinced me to set up a TMI Twitter page so… I did. If you want to follow that, go ahead. (@TMIScotland: twitter.com/TMIScotland)

As you can guess from my twitter username, I am from Scotland, I have lived here my whole life. I am currently studying Business Management at university.

My favourite series is The Mortal Instruments (obviously) but I also LOVE The Infernal Devices. I read TMI in 2009 and TID as soon as it came out.

My favourite character is Jace. I relate to his sense of humour more than any other character. 

My favourite casting was also Jamie Campbell Bower as Jace. I saw him in a UK TV show called Camelot, in which I had already read the TMI books, and I fancasted Jamie from the second I saw him in that TV show. If you haven’t seen Camelot – go and watch it – it’s like he was destined to play Jace.

My favourite quote from TMI is: ‘If I can still dream, I will dream of you’ – very cheesy and very hopeless romantic-y.

My favourite TID quote is: ‘Pulvis et umbra sumus’ which I will hopefully be getting tattooed on my rib later this year (yay)!

If you have any other questions, please ask away in the comments below or alternativley contact me through twitter (@TMIScotland, or my personal @eilidhsaur) or my tumblr (http://dusttandshadows.tumblr.com)

Lots of love always,

Eilidh

(Oh and it’s pronounced Ay-lee, but you can just call me Eili) 

xo

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