Author has written 5 stories for Romance, Young Adult, and General.
My name's Rose, and I'm a Canadian, eh? No, I don't actually use the word 'eh' after every sentence when I speak. That's just a stereotype. I'm seventeen, and I lead a pretty boring life. My life consists of primarily two things: writing and acting. I don't have a lot of friends to hang out with, so that's pretty much what all of my time goes into.
I have a hard time speaking out loud. I mince words a lot, and have a stutter sometimes. I didn't have this problem when I was younger, its just developed in the last couple of years, which I guess is odd. Usually the stutter forms earlier. But alas, I find it easier to write words down that it is to say them.
I've been writing for as long as I can remember. I've got about eighteen stories in the works - and that's just on the computer. There's always more waiting in the notebooks for me to take a boo at.
Baby Girl I'm A Blur is my first story that I posted on FP. I took a pretty long hiatus from it though, and here it stands. It's nothing special, as far as I see it.
It follows twenty-year-old Amberleigh Hunter's life as a New York University student/barista. The plot may be slightly lacking, but the characters are (in my opinion) rather endearing. When Amberleigh was forced to move in with her high school best friend Duncan, she wasn't expecting the two other roommates who came with the apartment. She never imagined to even run into Jude Hensley and Spencer Bates in the city, let alone experience living with them.
Dog Days are Over is my baby. It's a re-working of my previous story, Like Another Cigarette. I've done a lot of changes, because I loved the original but was completely unsatisfied by it. It was a love-hate relationship, you could say. With Dog Days, it's mostly a love relationship now. Also, there may or may not be two spin-off works about the main character Nell's two younger siblings.
Penelope Hannah is a teenage outcast by choice. She doesn't like people, and people don't like her. That's just the way it is. Her family life is tumultuous at best, and her social life is positively dismal, but that doesn't get Nell down. She takes it in stride, and gets over it. She's used to bullshit, from her mother, from her classmates, from her teachers. What she isn't used to is attention. So when free-spirited new student Sebastian Fenaly arrives in Gregor Flats from Toronto, Nell is completely unprepared for the giant can of whoop-ass he brings with him.
Encounter, Recoil is the first one-shot I ever wrote. It isn't really my usual style of writing, but I like it a lot. It's also my only story that is from the point of view of a teenage boy.
There is a girl who reads books in Brandon's backyard. He's seen her there, but he hasn't decided yet whether or not she's real. She's beautiful in a way that Brandon has never really appreciated before, and he can't stop watching her. She's not his type, but for some reason that doesn't seem to matter anymore. Brandon needs to know her. His daydreams turn to a very surreal reality when, accidentally, he meets the strange and magnificent stranger in his backyard.
I'm a Judge at the Some Kind of Wonderful Awards and have been for the last two rounds. -->
I also judge at La Campanella Awards, which is SKoW's daughter site. -->