It's dangerous to make assumptions about an author based on what they write--many people write about characters who don't share their opinions or to try and explore viewpoints they don't share. But imagine for a minute that someone tried to draw conclusions about you solely based on the stories you've produced. What do you think they'd decide about your personality and opinions, accurate or otherwise?
I write a lot of pretty dark stuff, and based on the kinds of characters I use, I think a lot of people would imagine I'm pretty pessimistic and cynical. It's quite the opposite! I'm a rather idealistic person and rather naive if anything. With Salvage in particular, you might get the idea that I'm pretty salty, but in real life I'm actually known for being really uptight about cursing (I do swear more in text, but usually for comedic effect). The out-loud readthroughs I do when editing would probably be pretty funny to listen to because I trip over Nate's dialogue a lot.
Salvage also has an unfortunate anti-science (or scientist)/technology/intellectual bent, which sort of comes with the territory since it revolves around Mewtwo, which was a canonical "evil scientist" situation. Buuuut I'm actually a scientist and pretty technology-positive. I try to include a fair few little (computer) scientist jokes, but if you don't catch them, the portrayal of most of the better-educated characters and science in general isn't too flattering.
As far as accurate things go, I think my love of animals comes through in the focus I put on the pokemon characters in my stories. Although, err, they do get beaten up a lot. My stories tend to get quite violent and bloody, and I'm definitely a bit bloodthirsty. I don't really go in for physical violence, but I enjoy conflict, competition, and have a strong preference for action-oriented media. I adore fiddling with strategy/tactics/optimization, and I think that's clear from how I approach battle scenes. My characters tend towards the Chaotic end of the spectrum, as do I.