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by Elias Brooklyn
Posted: Jan 2, 2015
This is a part of the content of the book I'm now...
by Elias Brooklyn
Posted: Dec 2, 2013
Notes before I die... To read or to read not? Choice is...
A Feather On The Computer.
I am a univerity student who likes writing about anything. I am 18 years old and I am gay (which is the reason why most of my work will probably be gay-themed or gay-related). I was born in an Island called Mayotte, which is Muslim and does not support gay rights. I have been through a lot. I mainly love novels, reading and writing. I write in English, most of the time, but I also like writing in French since it is my mother tongue and I can nuance things in a more efficient . I will try to provide as much as I can and I will fill up my bio as I go along and come to this website.
Coming out has been something difficult: among my parents, breaking the news (coming-out) was not the best idea I ever had. What I mean by that is that they really took it badly and I kind of regret the fact I told them that. Never mind. Now it is done, I guess. No harm done, ever since.
My sentimental life has always looked like things you see in movies: it's never quite that simple. Like an "I love you, and you love me, there's nothing that can stop us from being happy". It's all soppy and melodramatic. lol It was always a complicate, intricate, abstruse love life. That is the main source I draw inspiration from. Inspiration feeds on many things, but the greatest inspiration of all the one drew on sadness, anger, and melancholy.
Actually, I'd say French helps me a lot, when it comes to speak English. It might seem crazy but there are a lot of ressemblances between those two languages and more often than not, people tend to tell me my English is very formal and straight to the point. It seems to me that the standard French (by "standard, I obviously mean the "grammarian French") sounds like a lot like formal English way of speaking. Of course, it is open to discussion.