When I was younger I suffered from mild dyslexia that I have recently learned to overcome. I concluded that perhaps reading was not my forte and writing was. I gave it a shot with a few short stories, then fell in love with the whole process.Yes, it may take slightly longer for me to spill out words on paper and have them be perfect, but I find complete joy during frustrating parts. I know I'm working towards something I'm proud of and thoroughly enjoy.
I have finished The City's Whispers in hopes of getting it published as a trilogy and Alice.
- We're all fragile in every way
My Favorites: Reading and Writing
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Family Life & Saga, Mystery, Religious/Inspirational, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Young Adult/Juvenile
Paradise, Whitney My Love, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Twilight Saga! Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns, The Summoning, Ender's Game, The Host and many more.
Any Judith Mcnaught I can get my Hands on
Bookstores or in the dark at night :) depends on my mood.
The City's Whispers (book one)
Klarion Cries (book two)
And a few short stories
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Teen, Thriller/Suspense
Can it be more than one character? =D
Bella Swan for obvious reasons
Victoria because who wouldn't want to be evil for a day?
Katniss Everdeen because she's so strong in the arena. I wish I could be like her