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"I'll write my way out. Write everything down far as I can see. I'll write my way out, overwhelm them with honesty!" -Hamilton: An American Musical, Act II, "Hurricane".

"Write what you know, so they say, all I know is I don't know what to write or the right way to write it. This is big lady, don't screw it up, this is not some little vaudeville I'm reviewing!" -Newsies, Act I, "Watch What Happens."

As Hamilton does, I write like I'm running out of time...when I have the time, that is. I am an aspiring author who's dream is to not only entertain people with stories, but also to inform them of our past (because I'm a history nerd). Books have been particularly close to my heart since I was very small, and very much ahead of the other kids in terms of reading speed. I read Harry Potter, Maximum Ride, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and several other books that helped me realize what potential a series can have. But I've always enjoyed playing pretend, and I insisted on being the narrator, writing the story of whatever we were playing as we went along. As I got older, I realized I adored writing...assuming their were no annoying prompts I had to follow.

Currently I am working on my very first original content novel. I've written a few fanfictions before that have garnered a little bit of attention, but this is my foray into the world of original content. No one said it would be easy, but they never said it would be so hard. It's extremely rewarding, though, and I wouldn't trade it for the world.

"I will not yield," I yell, turning back to face him, my voice startling some of the enemy. Septimus twists his smirk into an ugly glare. He pulls out his sword, sending my heart into my throat. "Then prepare yourself, highness," he sneers, and swings his sword at me.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Tragedy/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,036 - Favs: 1 - Published: 4/28/2017 - Complete