|Favorite book:||The Last Olympian|
|Member Since:||Feb 4, 2014|
Okay, trying to keep it short and sweet. For those of you who are reading my stories, I am really sorry for all the super slow beginnings at almost all of my stories. In fact, I think it is all of them. They may seem boring at first, but trust me, once you hit chapter eight or nine or something around there, that's when the plot starts moving into motion. And, the second thing I want to apologize for, is my grammatical/punctual errors throught my stories. I don't have an editor to edit for me (since I'm really shy about forcing my story upon someone to edit) so there will be some errors. In The Truth Revealed, there are a lot of punctual errors, though I plan on fixing it after I am done with the story. So um, I'm really sorry about that. (Though I will be super happy if someone offers to help edit up my stories.) Thanks for reading my apologies! I guess?
Info. On my Writing:
Okay, well I first got interested in reading by some authors by the name of Rick Riordan and Chris d' Lacey. So, my writing (for novels) is based off of their writing. Rick Riordan's narration has some humor/sarcasm in it, so my narration is similar to that. As for Chris d' Lacey, the books that I've read that are written by him were a series called The Last Dragon Chronicles. So, my writing (The Truth Revealed) has dragons in them that take on the shape of humans.
Most of my poems usually just come to mind. Like I'll be reading one day and say to myself: "That sounds like a really good poem topic." So, I would make a poem out of it. Random, right?
My essays are from school; I just kind of post them on here haha.
My short stories are plots that come to my mind, but aren't long enough to be actual novels. So, they're just short stories.
My profile picture is a cover that I made for the fanfic that I wrote called Tears that Spoke of Lies