So, not too much to say about myself.
I don't have any stories posted, because I really don't have any that are ready to face the spotlight yet. I hope to, one day, but in the mean time I am learning a lot by reading the works of others; the Good, the Not-So-Good, and the just plain old Misspelled.
I believe that correct spelling, grammar, punctuation and spacing are extremely important; it lets the reader really focus on the story itself, and makes reading much more pleasant and enjoyable.
I don't always review things that I read; this does not mean that I do not like them, this is because I read so many stories in a day that many of them start to run together. Sometimes I don't have the time, or the energy, or the right words. For this I apologize.
I would like to leave you with a recommendation for a book which I have found most insightful. It is directed at older children and teenagers, but I think anyone could benefit from reading, even if they already know all about writing. It is called 'Writing Magic; Creating Stories That Fly,' and is by children's author Gail Carson Levine. Try it, you might be surprised.
So, enough about me, though I doubt anyone will ever bother to read this; after four paragraphs starting with the word 'I,' I feel that I've written quite enough.
Fare ye well, fellow adventures,