Last Updated Apr 10, 2017
The Crimson Killer
Hello all! I first want to say how excited I am to see that people are reading The Crimson Killer (: I have had a great time writing it and I love sharing something I am passionate about with others. This story combines my studies at school, with my dream job and love of writing. In short the story means a lot to me and I love the support I've received and hope more people will give it try!
Secondly, I'm working on a new chapter right now which will include sections from the perspective of the lawyer in the story as well. I wanted to do this to have one person on the "right" and "wrong" side of justice. It will probably take a while but I'll make sure it's worth the wait! (:
Thank you and keep on reading!
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Book / Fantasy
Book / Mystery and Crime
Book / Young Adult
My name is Paula and I've been writing for about seven years now. I first started writing poetry as a way to express my feelings because I have always been sort of shy. During my sophmore year of high school my friend, who I have recently lost touch with, encouraged me to start writing stories and I did and enjoy it greatly. I have written two from a series titled "The Culture of Love". It's a fantasy story about magic. I also have another story I called "Liberty High" about different high school experience set in the 80's. I'm a college graduate with a degree in Forensic Biology and Criminal Justice which is why I'm slowly starting to write crime fiction too. Along with writing I am an avid reader and owe most of my inspiration for not only my degree but my will and desire to keep writing to my favorie author, Michael Connelly. When writing I use music to further inspire me. I have an 80's playlist for my Liberty High stories, my favorite bands like 30 Seconds to Mars and Alter Bridge for poems, and classic for my fantasy. I enjoy both reading and writing and I love sharing my writing with fellow readers and writers.
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