Author has written 54 stories for Humor, General, Fantasy, Humor, Romance, Horror, Essay, Action, Family, Love, General, Life, Friendship, Nature, and Kids.
Hello and welcome to my world. Or at least the world which I control every aspect of. My name, as most call me, is Brii. I'm currently nineteen, a college freshman, and newly engaged to the most wonderful man on the planet.
I've been writing since kindergarden, winning the Young Author's Award in said year, first grade, and second. I was published as a poet three times in my ninth grade year, once by my school district, twice by a poetry community. Three years of my high school career I had writings selected for the school-wide literary and art magazine. Twice I was selected out of hundreds, at least, and published in the Sanford Herald (the newspaper in Sanford, North Carolina). Currently I've got two stories I'm working on, one which is a secret, the other is Living in Wonderland, published below. Sadly, for any fans, I will be removing it for major editing. Whether or not I re-post it is still a question even I cannot answer.
A few things I enjoy writing about include mystical creatures (vampires, shapeshifters, werewolves, etc.), anthropomorphic beings, Pokemon (yes, yes, I am a proud fan. In fact, I am writing a joint story with my fiance set in the Kanto Region of the Pokemon Universe), music, general teenage life, Alice in Wonderland, select animes/mangas, and whatever happens to be going on in my own little world.
Genres I prefer are romance, humor, dark, angst, mystery, adventure, and, occasionally, horror/suspense.
A few of my favorite authors are J.K. Rowling, J.R.R. Tolkein, Stephen King, C.S. Lewis, Anne Rice, Frank Beddor, Lewis Carrol, Joe Babcock, Michael Scott, and, quite often, authors who never made it big whose books you find at Goodwill and garage sales covered in dust.
One thing about myself I find odd that others find fascinating is how I've survived this long with all my problems. For starters, I have type one diabetes, which means I am insulin dependant. I have been for almost eleven years now, and as far as I know, will be for the rest of my life. On top of that, I have Valley Fever. That is a virus, noncontageous, that spreads through dust and settles in your lungs or, worst-case scenario, on your spinal cord. However, it did neither in me. Instead, it form a cist/tumor on my brain, which resulted in epilepsy. Had it gone untreadted much longer and it would have burst and I could have died. Luckily, the cist is almost gone but the threat of seizures is still very real. On top of that, it affected my lungs in the long run and I now cannot run while outside, and I have to be extremely careful during dust storms or when it gets too windy.
Aren't I just a big ball of fascination?
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