Author has written 2 stories for Fantasy, and Sci-Fi.
I have an actual college degree in Creative Writing. Yes, you read that right. Colleges out there actually give degrees in this stuff. Of course, that does not mean I'm any good. It does mean, however, that I'll be paying off my student loans for the next fifty years in return for a degree that will never ever get me a job.
I've been writing fiction since I was 15, and I'm 27 now. You'll have to figure out yourself how many years that makes. I didn't major in Math for a reason.
I have a fiction website which I urge you to visit and a computer chock-full of half-finished stories. I have 17 short story rejections and one novel rejection. I have participated in National Novel Writing Month four years and completed it each time. I also have an account on www.fanfiction.net, also under the name Lord Leachim. Don't worry, I don't write about Harry Potter or Sailor Moon or anything.
I had a few old short stories here that I wrote during college. I posted them here when I first joined to get an idea about how much feedback I might get. It turned out to be "not a lot." One-shot short stories don't seem to get much attention cause they get booted off the update page so damn fast.
So I deleted them so people would focus on the novel I am currently posting chapters of, called "The Curse of the Snake." Yes, I know the title is silly sounding. The novel-in-progress is also an old work, something I originally wrote waaaaaaay back in high school. But the version I am posting here is a complete, new rewrite of the original. So if you think I have stupid character names or a cliche plot in general, keep in mind that I originally came up with it when I was 16 or 17 and had no real writing experience. Trust me, if you think the novel is bad, you should try to real the original. It is so bad it will make your children cry. And for the record, this novel is not the one I got the rejection for.
Please feel free to leave reviews, even if they're bad ones. I don't claim to be a great writer, but I like to think I'm at least a good one.