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I'm 18 and have been writing since middle school.
I was a bit anti-social in school back then, and it seemed to pass the time when we weren't doing anything in class and everyone was up and about, conversing with each other. Sometimes I'd write about animals (my cats) and sometimes I'd narrate what was going on around me.
Now that I'm in high school, my writing has evolved. Well, I
would expect it to--practice makes perfect, no?
Why I Write What I Write
For a long time now, I've wondered about humanity and why people do the things they do. Why do people help people?
Why do people kill people?
So, in my writing, I like to toy with those ideas. Psychology is very fasincating to me, too, and that shows up in my writing.
Comments and Why They Help Save Whales
...and other such important creatures, including those really cute furry woodland creatures like bunnies and squirrels.
Comments and feedback are very important to me
and my writing, because I can't just jump out of my skin and read
over my book in someone else's point-of-view. It would be nice to
posess that power, but unfortunately I just don't have it
So, if you would be so kind as to read my works and give a little feedback on what I should fix, please do so n__n Thanks in advance for those of you who do.
The Future of My Writing
I thought before that I wanted to be an author when I end up pursuing a career, but I kind of tossed that thought out of the window.
I decided that I want to publish my current book only so that I can hold a copy of it in my hands and think, "Wow, this book is mine."
I'll never let my writing skills deteroriate like I did to my art/drawing skills, though xD Writing is still extremely important to me.
Blah Blah Blah
Blah. I have this problem where I write too much,
turning simple About Me boxes into complete books, almost.
So congrats, if you read through this, you deserve a cookie!
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