Author has written 20 stories for General, Romance, and Young Adult.
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To all my readers, thank you so much for all your reviews! I may not reply every review these days, but don't doubt that I cherish every single one! You guys keep me writing!
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P.s. I may not update my stories very often anymore, but I've been posting quotes/excerpts from my WIPs on my Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram accounts, so if you'd like to read little bits of my writing occasionally, please do check them out!
So... believe it or not, I'm a librarian now. HAHA. I work at a German library, so... there's that. I like my job and my colleagues, but it's also being at this job that makes me realise, I don't want to work for someone else forever. And I'm not one of those entrepreneurs, I don't want to start my own company or anything. The only thing I want to do is write. And so! I shall return to writing. I've stopped because of the aforementioned things that happened. I guess I can talk about them now: my beloved dog died, then my dad got cancer and after a hard battle died as well, in between all that I had my heart broken by the Finnish guy I wrote Something Better about, and also the reason I had to take the sequel to that down because I couldn't handle writing it anymore, and eventually near mid-2017 I also got diagnosed with depression. All in all, it's been a few eventful years.
But now I'm ready to start writing again, and, when the time comes, publish my works. If you read my stories, please review and give me some feedback, thanks!
I don’t know if anyone still even reads my stories, but I have been posting little snippets on my twitter and tumblr accounts more lately. I’ve also been trying to write but a lot of things have happened in my life and things are a little difficult and not so conducive to creating right now... I still do want to write and get published someday though. For those who still read my works, thanks so much for doing so. I hope to post again soon.
This year, I have decided to move away from one-shots and try my hand at finishing my first novel! It's called Auld Lang Syne and it's about a group of estranged friends who are reunited after 3 years... Of course there's going to be a good dose of romance and drama thrown into the mix. Working on a novel is going to be a little hard, since I've only ever written one-shots (mostly), so... Wish me luck! :D
I'm going to be writing a lot more this year, so do watch out for new works! I'll definitely still be writing one-shots too.
I found out a while back that some of my stories are featured on A Drop of Romeo. A big thank you to whoever submitted them! Here are the links: Blue Eyes, Hab Dich Lieb, Facebook Official, Fades In The Summer and Auld Lang Syne! Facebook Official was also nominated for Best One-Shot in Round 12 of SKoW Awards.
Mostly, I'd recommend Fades in the Summer, which is one of my newest works. Well, I'd recommend any of my newer works, mostly. It would really mean a lot to me to get some feedback on any of my stories.
I'm a post-grad student doing my MA in English right now, and I hope to be a writer "when I grow up". I'm needing to grow up very, very soon. I read a lot and play a lot of video games. English is the language I'm most comfortable in, even though I didn't start learning it until age 3 or so. I love learning new languages (am in fact usually learning something at any point in time), but lack the gumption to stick with it after a while. I "language-hop" a lot, so to speak. To my friends, I speak a weird mixture of all the languages I know. It's odd. I'm odd. I love rock music - I listen to it in English, German, and Japanese. I play the piano as well as the guitar and at one point in my life wanted to be a musician. But on the whole, I lead a pretty boring life. I do however like to make people laugh. And I like to tell stories.
And so here I am.
You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories. If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should have behaved better.
If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.
We must do extraordinary things. We have to. It would be absurd not to.
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
I am not sure that I exist, actually. I am all the writers that I have read, all the people that I have met, all the women that I have loved; all the cities I have visited.