Well, ever since a young age I've had a flair for writing. It's so important to me. It helps you to escapeffrom reality when you hear something you don't necessarily want to hear, or when things go the opposite from the way you want to. It's the way teenagers and adults can pretend, without it being childish. It is how we let our imagination escape through the use of our fingers,how we capture the interest of the reader, how we can be in control. I have been writing from a young age, and I wrote my first novel when I was just ten years old. By novel, I mean a book of more than a hundred pages that was binded. It was by no means published, although my dream is to publish a book one day. My first novel was called Who Am I, about a child star and how she deals with life. It ended up being a trilogy, with two other books, Living A Lie and Bring It Back. I strayed from that and wrote a horror novel last year called Dana, about two teenagers whose bodies were possessed by a demonic child seeking revenge with a thirst for blood and death. A friend of mine, got it edited and turned into a proper hardback, although not published. Currently, I am editing a new book, longer the anything I have ever written at 300 pages, an acts book about a teenage girl who finds out her deceased brother was a spy and takes his place, determined on seeking vengeance and murdering her brother's killer. If I couldn't write I don't know what I'd do and I hope that someday in the future I would become a published author, who actually had a chance of meeting Love/Hate and MIsfit's star Robert Sheehan, who I am obsessed with! Xxx
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