Author has written 41 stories for General, General, Spiritual, Life, Horror, Action, Love, Song, Romance, and Young Adult.
I. Have. Returned. -12/23/2010
My goal as a writer has a two part core that is easily branched off of. The first part: to make the reader feel the story or at least invoke thoughts in the readers' minds. The second part: to make the impossible possible without seeming unrealistic. I take inspiration from everything around me--a leaf falling in the air, a simple conversation, lyrics, drifting thoughts, the very sound of music, quiet musings. That is to say, while one might think that my writing might be completely based off of what I myself experience, that is not the case. In fact, very little of my writing is from personal experience. I have never been or felt suicidal. I have not been in any sort of relationship in which I felt myself to be in love. Therefore, those particular poems and stories, in effect, have really no connection to myself. I am simply an adept at understanding people and emotions and at placing myself in those shoes in order to write about them. I involve myself in my writing, so while it is true that my writing is not about myself, it can also be concluded that my writing is myself. Not about. But is. There is a difference. And don't dare to forget that while a poem or a story may have one meaning for you, there are multitudes of other meanings imbued within my writing--subconcious and concious as with all writing, not just my own. Perhaps a poem or story I write and publish on here does refer to me, does come from my own emotions and personal experience. But you, as a reader, may get something else entirely than what I have put into it. I do it deliberately often times as a direct branch off of the first part of my writing core. What better way to get a reader to feel the story or poem than to write it in such a way as the reader can take direct, personal meaning from it? Plus, it's more fun this way. :) But never forget that my stories hold double-, triple-, quadruple-, and millions of other meanings. If you should ever wonder how much of myself I've invested in a poem or story, what meaning they had for me, why I wrote them, or any questions in general, message me. Going to the source is by far the best way to get the answer you're looking for. Because you don't know me, and since you don't know me, there might occasionally be points that you feel you are missing some core aspect to whatever literary piece of mine you are reading--though I certainly hope not. But if there are, definately message me so that I can fix it.
Regardless, if you want to know who I am or better understand my writing, you must talk to me. I can list things on here about myself until my fingers fall off, but I am not a list. I am a human being, and as such the best way to understand who I am, the way I write, the way I think, why I write, how I write, what I believe, my strengths, weaknesses, fears, hopes, and desires is to speak to me. The best way for me to understand myself is to continue writing. The best way for me to improve is to know what people think, critically, subjectively, objectively, and honestly. Believe it or not, reviews on my stories and poems and messages sent to me just to talk to me are the best way for me to understand myself and all the little quirks that comes with being me. So please. If you want to know something, ask me. If you want me to know something, review. If you want to help me know me, do either or. Or, better yet, both. I'm not some machine on the screen--I'm a person, full of conundrums, exceptions, hopes, dreams, and enigmas. Just like you. And just like the billions of other people all over the world.
Much of my work on here for the time being will also be on my deviantart account ( http:/// ) and some of them will be on there but not here and vise versa. I hope you enjoy what you read!
Gender: I am of the female physiology
Hair: Dirty blonde/light brown, medium/short
Eyes: Hazel, glasses (but I want contacts)
Name: I have many names, young grasshopper.
I have a co-account on here if anyone is interested. Here is the link to the profile: http://www.fictionpress.com/u/617512/ . I hope you will come check it out as reviews are always a wonderful thing to recieve.
You're a 90's kid if:
You can finish this 'ice ice _'
I Am The Girl
- I am the girl who falls in love with book characters, 'cause the guys in my life just don't understand me.
- I am the girl who loves the dark, 'cause the light is just too bright for my liking.
- I am the girl who imagines she was someone else, 'cause her own life is too plain.
- I am the girl whose closest confidant is a person who exists solely in her imagination, 'cause I can't even talk to my friends about some things.
- I am the girl who is in the background of everything, 'cause who would consider putting me up front?
- I am the girl who can sit in an empty room for hours and not get bored, 'cause my mind is my only retreat from life. And a pretty darn good retreat it is.
- I am the girl who can't get rid of books, 'cause they contain my best friends, closet memories, and favorite places.
- I am the girl who rarely speaks, 'cause no one is able to listen anymore.
- I am the girl who is not afraid of anything, 'cause honestly, what is there to be afraid of?
I am the girl...that doesn't go to school dances, or games, and when I do go, I sit in a corner and read a book. I am the girl that people look through when I say something. I am the girl that spends most of her free time reading, writing, or doing other activities that most teenagers wouldn't call normal. I am the girl that people call weird, a nerd, and a freak either behind my back or to my face. I am the girl that doesn't spend all her time on MySpace, or talking to a girlfriend on a cellphone or regular phone. I am the girl that hasn't been asked out in a year (or more). I am the girl that has stopped to smell the flowers and jump and splash in the rain.
But I am also the girl who knows and is proud to be who she is, doesn't care if people call her weird (it's a compliment), who loves reading and writing and doing the things that no one seems to have the time to do any more, who loves and is obsessed with magic, who can express herself better with words than without words, and knows the importance of the little things.
Copy and Paste this onto your account if you are anything like me, so the girls who are different and unique can know in their weakest times that they are unique, but not alone.
"I try running from the past only to glance down and discover that I'm clutching it tightly to my chest." --Me
"Hate is Love disappointed." --Me