I'm a freelance writer from NY in a small town. I've done mostly short stories (all unpublished, I'm too timid to publish) but writing a full novel has always been a dream of mine and with high school it is impossible to find the time. November, however, gives me a strict deadline and motivation.
Do I really have to explain myself? I feel uncomfortable almost o.e
This year has been a big change for me, and I've really turned around internally. I'd like to see what comes out on the paper. I hope it is honest writing, unlike my previous years' work. I just didn't feel connected with the piece. I tried to make it something I could just not write. It wasn't my writing, it was the work of someone I wanted to write like. But this year, I think I can make a difference. I think I've got things under control a bit better than this time last year. I'm ready to take on the challenge. Novel, here I come!
I've never put this much work into characters, or a story. At first, the story really seemed to mirror my own life. But as I am developing the characters as individuals, pressuring them in new situations, I find that they have grown to become their own people. A lot of the themes in my life (trust, paranoia, hope, loss) are apparent in my work, but sometimes my characters surprise me and disagree with my own beliefs. That's alright, this isn't a work of propaganda. I only hope I can give the story of this girl the justice she deserves.
Possible novel titles...
- Taekwondo, Hanging with friends, buying individual grapes in the store
- Favorite noveling music:
- Listening to the tapping keys of my keyboard c:
- Sponsorship URL:
- I am an Usher at the Saratoga Race Track!
- Favorite books or authors:
- I love Orson Scott Card, Stephen King, and many others. Ugh, so tired though ;-;