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Location: Fayetteville, United States

Member Since: October 2011

Last online: September 2016

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Hi. Ah, my name's Asia, I'm 15, and I like to read. I started to write when I was seventh grade? My teacher told us to horror stories for halloween. Mine ened up being like ten pages instead of the two she asked for haha. most everyone liked though and told me I should do more stories. From then on I have. I like to read whenevr I have free-time (which isn't that much) so trying to squueze in writing is even harder. I try though. So if I don't add anything for like weeks, it's because I've been busy, not because I don't feel like it. Though there have been a few occasions where I get writer's block. It's really frustrating, I can hardly deal with it. But it's amazing what I come up with after long periods of not writing. I'm kinda grateful for it sometimes haha.

My mom says the only reason I write so good is cause I seem so sad all the time. I guess it's true. But the thing is, is that I'm not really sad. Most the time I'm just in my own world imagining possible impossibilities. A lot of the time I add it to what I'm writing.

I absolutely love writing fantasy. It's one of my favorite things to read as well. I know I'm writing something right now that's way out of my genre, but I thought I'd try something different. Erik or Joey is ah, not very developed at the moment as you can see haha. I'm still trying to work out the play-by-play in my head still. Plus I've just been really busy with band and stuff. Luckily, marching season ends this Friday, and I'll have more free-time than I can handle. So hopefully, I'll have my entries coming in shorter intervals. Yay :)

So yeah, that's just me in a nutshell :)


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