Hallo~ I'm Silverblown but I go by many nicknames. Call me whatever name you feel comes naturally to you.
I'm almost 16 and I'm a pretty ordinary person who likes to write about ordinary people. A recurring theme in my novels is that what makes us special isn't who we are or what we do, it's what we think and what we feel. Er, I actually just made that up on the spot but that's the usual basis for my novels, which I /like/ to consider as mainstream fiction.
"A mainstream work of fiction, in this third definition of the term, takes as its subject matter the "stuff of ordinary life" as experienced by us all in the twenty-first century - hence its universal appeal."
I'm pretty keen on Nanowrimo events. Screnzy, Camp, the whole works~ You could say I enjoy writing a lot. :3 I've been told stories for ages on and while that's not gonna stop any time soon, I want to tell my own stories, and I want to tell them to people who will, in their own time, tell their own stories.
I also dabble a bit in art and I'm quite intrigued by the camera and the video game as storytelling mediums, but to be honest, despite all of this in my life, I've still not the faintest clue what I truly want to do with my life (which I'm aware doesn't have to be a /single/ thing) but I do know that I want to live (who doesn't), I want to write, draw and see the images in my head come to life.
And I want a tom-cat named Hobbes.
Oh, oh, and I'm a fan of a /huge/ variety of stuff. From Brother Bear to Ouran Host Club to Star Wars to Ace Attorney (and all those other epic NDS games/visual novels) to the Yogscast. Seriously. Ask me about stuff, we might well share a fandom or two~ ;D And even if we don't, who cares? We could be best buddies anyway. U___U (go, mail me nao~)
So that's that. /awkwardpenguin ... BYE~ :D And best of luck to you in NNWM this year, as well as in life in general!
- Favorite books or authors:
- Enid Blyton, Heather Dixon, Sophie Kinsella, Christopher Paolini, Suzanne Collins, Franklin. W. Dixon, J. K Rowling, L.M. Montmogery, Katherine Applegate, C.S Lewis, Patricia C. Wrede, Zizou Corder, Michael Grant. . . . My, that's a lot and I've read a lot more than just those. o.O