Book / Fantasy
Short Story / Fantasy
Short Story / Fantasy
Hello, booksie world. I'm finally out of BMT! It was definitely an experience I will never forget, especially at the end, when I made the transition from "trainee Carnley", to "Airman Carnley." I'll be off on my way to tech school tonight. Wish me luck. I can't wait to start writing again! - Airman Carnley
Greetings, comrades in arms.
Gather up your coffee, computers, pens, and paper.
It's time to rally the troups.
Writing has been my
passion for nearly five years now, starting up about the same
time as my love for reading. If it had not been for
Twilight, that dreaded monstrosity about glittering vampires and
a helpless lass, I would have never taken to the art of pen,
paper, and books. But Fate has a strange way of pointing
you down certain paths, and I took to it like a fish to water.
The paranormal genre has been my companion all this time,
and though I started out with the Twilight series, the list has
vastly grown. Now I'm on to more darker subjects, like Lara
Adrian's Midnight Breed warriors and Patricia Brigg's Alpha and
Omega, and Mercy Thompson. My writing role model would have
to be between two fantastical authors- Laurell K. Hamilton,
and J.R. Ward. How they do it, I will never know.
They keep their readers coming back for more, and always
keep away from the redundancy of ongoing series. No one of
Mrs. Hamilton's or Mrs. Ward's books are the same, their books as
vast and different from one another as snowflakes.
Different though each individual novel may be, each one
builds on the characters, inhancing them and following along
their ups and downs throughout the whole series. They are
glorious authors, and if you haven't checked their work out, I
strongly advise you to, should you love the topic of
Now, you may call me
Inkweaver, or Dixie. I will do my best to provide inspiring
work on this site, as well as challenging contests. I'm not
a beginner on Booksie to be sure- I have been on here multiple
times before. But I have finally gathered up the courage to
obtain an account, and provide readers with the comments and help
that they need, as well as offering up some of my own work as
I do hope that you enjoy what it is I have to offer. Remember, should you need anything, don't hesitate to ask. Though my reading list may get a bit long, I will eventually get to your work.
Thanks for reading, and take care.
The Clock Ticks On (short story)
Bound In Fire (novel)
Challenge (writing challenge, now
~~NOTE: results for challenge shall be up soon.~~
Carramclaren's Character (miscellaneous)
Angel Dream (short story)
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