|Badger In Disguise|
Author has written 14 stories for Essay, General, Thriller, Family, Life, Fantasy, Humor, Fantasy, Romance, and Fable.
I'm about to get really cheesy here.
To me, writing is not creating a world and a story. It is telling the story of these characters. They are stories that beg to be heard, and as rough as they may be when I put them up here, eventually I will get around to them, and polish them up, giving them the shine they deserve. I'm sorry if I offend you in any way through my writing, but I will not change it to fit your needs. Everything written in every story will offend someone, and if it doesn't offend you, it will probably offend someone else. And besides, that's not the story I'm telling.
I write for my characters, not my readers. I need to tell the story of how they lived, loved, died. Or whatever happens to them. Because if I don't, who will? Who else knows them how I know them? In a little way, every character is a part of me, be it major or minor.
And while you may not realize it, the story isn't always just the story of the main character. Have you ever thought about how the villain got to the position he's in now? Do you ever think that I may be telling his or her story as well? They live inside my head. And, for the life of me, I wouldn't have it any other way.
I've been away at college, and I'm not really proud to say that I haven't done much writing outside of essays, and you don't care about the use of fiction on A Room of One's Own. But I'm about to go on a month's break, and I will try to write some things for you guys, those of you who care. I've been out of practice for a while...
I mostly blog about Supernatural or Doctor Who, though. I do occasionally write other things.
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