Author has written 1 story for Sci-Fi.
Hi people, I'm new to fictionpress, but not new to fanfiction...
Yeah, that's right! I'm a fanfiction user too! Please check out my profile! It's the same username.
I don't really have anything to say right now in this profile, but please read my stories... Although I'm only planning on publishing three.
Hope you read and review my stories.
A Little Bit of Information about My Story: Rising Crisis
I can't how far I've taken this story. I've been actually working and developing this story for like... years. Seriously. When I first thought of being an author when I was six years old, this story was originally supposed to be a just fairy tale for little children. Now I'm fourteen, I've learned so much in school and in life, and now I've ended up turning this story into sci-fi/fantasy that's rated T. So how long have I been so devoted to writing this? Like, eight years?
I really started to completely change the plot and genre when I was twelve. At that time I was curious and interested in world problems. I started watching the news, reading articles, watching documentaries, watching certain TV shows, paying attention in school; I did what I could to see what I could learn. I wrote out a few excerpts, using the knowledge I obtained as references, figured out when those events in the story would happen.
I think the real thing that set me off and inspired me was my favorite book The Hunger Games, and an old documentary called Bowling for Columbine (Not sure if I spelled that right).
Of course, most people would already know what the Hunger Games is about. Bowling for Columbine is about how really absurd people believe that carrying guns everywhere they go is making the world a better place. When I watched it, many thoughts came to my mind. Why was it that those people believed that? What do people accomplish by defending themselves through violence? Why was it that the media that time made everything around them sound dangerous? By doing all that, the world's not becoming a better place at all. It would become a world full people so paranoid that anyone who even spoke to them would get shot without hesitation. The Hunger Games made me think too. I wondered why the people of the Capitol enjoyed watching the tributes be slaughtered? And why was it that they were so fragile and relied heavily on the districts, not even trying to figure ways to survive on their own? Why was it that the districts let themselves be slaves for those Capitol people (well, until the third book)?
I made up my own answers to all these questions, and I put the questions and answers into the story, as well as everything else I learned. But yet I had to prepare myself for more inspiration.
I don't want to write too much. I will provide some more information throughout the chapters I publish.
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