They say that those who love to read are those who write later on. If that is so, then I have been wanting to write since I was a kid, because as soon as I learned how to read, I just...well, read. I read during brownouts, while waiting in lines, while waiting at offices, while generally waiting, etcetera. I think I love to read more than watching TV. My money is spent mostly on books, though at present, I use my Ipad as a reader because I have lesser physical space to store my books (and my money is being invested somewhere).
Someone also said that you write what you like to read, so expect my stories to be of the fantasy (either high, contemporary, urban, or fairytale fantasy, depending on how interested and industrious I am at the moment) or romance (either contemporary or paranormal) genre and definitely young adult. Though I am researching on how to write for the new adult fiction genre. (Special thanks to Wikipedia for the list of literary genres.) However, like any artist (and of course this is permissible in the fiction world), I would probably write in a hodgepodge kind of way.
I joined NaNoWriMo a pong time ago, but I never got to finish my entries. I also joined Camp NaNoWriMo at the time of its conception, and yet I never finish my entries (as usual). But I love writing, I love NaNoWriMo because ir forces you to finish a draft, which will become a novel or novels in the future. Having said that, I will try my very best now to finish something that I would be proud of later on.
For inquiries, check out:
- reading, watching TV, writing, blogging, surfing the Internet, window shopping, playing video and computer games
- Favorite noveling music:
- Japanese pop, Japanese rock, classical music, Vitamin String Quartet
- Favorite books or authors:
- Rose Daughter, Howl's Moving Castle, Senbazuru, Darkest Powers Trilogy, The Fire Rose, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, Robin McKinley, Dianne Wynne Jones, Diane Duane, Michael Scott, Kawabata Yasunari, Murakami Haruki, Mercedes Lackey, Rick Riordan