Author has written 82 stories for Life, Friendship, Love, Nature, Politics, Religion, General, Young Adult, and War.
I love to write, it's my release (along with running, but that has absolutely nothing to do with anything, so...)
I often get random bursts of inspiration, generally in the middle of Latin class (yes, I do take Latin, yes, apparently I am a nerd. I'm okay with that. Anyone else who takes Latin: PROPS to you!) and I end up writing three or four little poems, furiously trying to hide them from prying eyes and make it look like I'm actually taking notes.
Not every poem I write is about a true event, but about 95 percent of them are, so writing becomes my release for all of my... issues... please don't call me emo. I don't appreciate it. But I do appreciate reviews and constructive criticism!
If you want to know anything more about me, besides the fact that I take Latin, here you go... I love vampires and vampire stories. I listen to rock music when I am angry and girly music when I am happy. I spend way too much time on the computer doing nothing. I run more than I should, and still manage to not lose any weight. I am a very dramatic person, but running and drama conflict, and running wins. I have a wonderful boyfriend whom I am pleased to say is my best friend as well. I want a tattoo, I need someone to design one for me. I am deathly afraid of getting my cartilage pierced, but I want two or three piercings up there anyway. I am absolutely, beyond a shadow of a doubt, completely insane. My OCD often gets the better of me. I have more nailpolish than a person should have, and only half of it works. I love my two best friends more than anything else in the world. I work as a lifeguard, and have tan lines to boot.
Now that you know more about me than you EVER wanted too, please read my stuff!
And p.s: If you haven't figured it out by now, I am a girl. The name is misleading. Anyway, carry on! XD
"To see the world in a Grain of Sand,
And Heaven in a Wild Flower.
To hold Infinity in the Palm of your Hand,
And Eternity in an Hour." ~ William Blake