Author has written 3 stories for Spiritual, and Fantasy.
My love of writing stemmed from the first thing I wrote: a continuing story in my mandatory journal in 6th grade. It was called "Shaq of All Trades" and hardly any of it was original (even the title was copped from the Wayne Brady Show). It was a horrendous blend of Star Trek, Star Wars, Tron, basketball, and Unreal Tournament. It's long since been deleted. The second thing I wrote was a horrible Lord of the Rings fanfic that totaled less than a thousand words for an assignment the next year. I wrote off and on, and started (and abandoned) numerous projects until March 2006, when I began work on Breakaway, my first novella. Almost immediately after finishing the 28,000 word story in early August, I began work on its sequel, Solitude, which wound up totaling nearly 100,000 words when I finished it in February 2007. I immediately began working on the synopsis and character and world building for the piece I was going to write for NaNoWriMo 2007, but wound up writing the 96,000 word novel start-to-finish in the month of April, finishing late night on April 30. I began another project for MayNoWriMo, but it was quickly put on the back burner, as near the end of May I was listening to music and drawing, and came up with inspiration for a short story, Sorrow to Solace, finishing it in a few days. After that, I began its sequel, and my current project, the novella Steadfast.