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Hello, I'm Fallen Rosette, and I am 25 years old. I've been writing since I was about 13yrs old and I currently am writing two series. One is Blood Rose Pendant and the other is Forgotten Rose of Darkness. I do have the first four chapters posted for Blood Rose Pendant as well a couple of poems I have written. Please know a couple of poems I wrote when I was younger, when I first started writing. Also Blood Rose Pendant each chapter is posted is only a glimpse of what I've already written much more in depth about it. I posted this version to see if the plotline and some of the characters work out well. I take criticism well because I find it only improves my writing better. I am semi-literate person, and a bit of a grammer-nazi but we're only human so we're going to make mistakes. :)
I personally love to read anything from Supernatural to classic books. My current favorite books are: The shadow of the den series by: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. House of the night, Blood & Chocolate, the Ellen Hopkins series, Sherlock homes, Anne of green gables, memoirs of a geisha, Weedflower by Cyitha Kadohata, Stephen King books, James Patterson's books and a few others.
I do accept reading requests, but please know it may take me a while to get back to reading them and giving proper responses to them. When I read I look at what the story is first, then I re-read them to see if I understood what exactly the material is about, I like to give proper response to what I liked/or disliked about what I've read. And maybe what the writer can improve. I've taken a few English classes over the years, some more recently and it has allowed me to see writing a different way including my own. I've noticed over the years people (in general) edit a paper. Meaning they (whoever) just looks for grammar and punctuation but there is so much more we can do as a writer. I call it shredding a paper. Meaning the first read yes look for exactly grammar and punctuation, but then go back and read the content to see what’s wrong with it. Next, look at what the person may or could do better in the wording. I explain this because this is how I'll look at someone's story. Not a grade but I even look at my writing like that. I have improved old writing I’ve done in the past by doing so.
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