Hi, I'm A Writer.

I love to write. I've always loved to write. Everything. All the time, writing is one of my favorite things to do. I love writing stories; inventing people and sceneries and things and then making stuff happen. I love expressing myself through poetry. I love writing in my blog. (PLZ VISIT MY BLOG) I love writing letters, and even, when I was in highschool, I LOVED writing in class essays. I think the only thing there is to write that I don't like to write, are research papers, because they don't leave enough room for personal input and observations, because then the professor is all like "Nnya, nnya, nnya, you didn't site your work."

I've been writing short stories ever since I can remember. even when I was 4 or so, I remember trying to write something about a city made of chocolate chip cookies. (what? I was four.)

Since then, I've written about many fantastical realms and adventures, and, sadly, finished none, as when I am in the mood to sit down and write a story, I am instantly flooded with ideas, which are all begun at once. Ususally at some point in each story, I either grow bored with the concept (I have an exceedingly short attention spa- OH LOOK A SQUIRREL!!!) or know where I want the story to go, and get stuck for how to get there without making it feel forced, rushed, cliched or underworked.

Recently, I've been attempting my first full length novel, a murder mystery with 6 or so subplots (very hard to keep track of before they're written down, Yikes.) that i swear is going to be FANTASTIC if it ever gets done, a backwards fairytale that's probably going to be about the length of a novella if I can ever figure out the catalystic part of the plot line, and am going to attempt to rework a chidren's novel that I actually /did/ finish, quite some time ago, but am unsatisfied with the general style, and ending, of.

TheOcelot TheOcelot
18-21, F
Jul 15, 2010