Author has written 20 stories for Horror, Sci-Fi, General, Romance, Fantasy, Humor, Life, and General.
I was raised on scifi. The first movie I ever watched was Jurassic Park and from that point on I fell in love with scifi. I watched all the alien, dinosaur, action packed movies I could get a hold of. Even the games and books I liked to read were scifi. I fell in love with writing in fifth grade when I wrote about the life of a worm called Nepe (This was fifth grade remember). Then in sixth grade I watched 28 days later and my mind has been corrupted by the zombie genre ever since. It was in sixth grade when my two loves, zombies and writing, became one entiety. I wrote a zombie trilogy called Day of the Dead. Then in eighth grade I applied my increased writing skills to wrrite another zombie novel called Parasite. I spent the next three school years writing a novel called Reborn (working on now) and piecing together a plotline for a zombie masterpiece, the story I now simply call Pandemic. I have two goals that goes beyond the story. One is to have no real main character. That has been completed as the only character sustained throughout the story is Silverstrain/Alpha Prime. The other goal was to have an unhappy ending and a feeling of constant retreat in the story. The desperation is certainly there and increases as the story progresses. L.O.V.E. (Laboratory Originated Violent Entiety) is my current project, and is my most horrorlike story to date. I kind of scare myself when I think about it. I'm also working on a story called White Space, which is scifi/action/awesome.
Pandemic Series= Pandemic, Pandemic: Origins, and L.O.V.E. Thats the order they should be read in, though L.O.V.E. could easily be read on its own.
I write these stories for several reasons. To entertain myself and to entertain the readers. To make the reader think. I don't describe my characters on purpose. It allows for the reader to put themselves in the character's shoes and imagine "What if?". The most important reason why I write is to break the "rules" of story writing and the cliches that go along with them. I want to eliminate the rule that there must be a mian character because I always feel like in any story the main character doesn't die unless it's at the end of the book. I hate stories that end happily and therefore will NEVER make a story that has a happy ending. They will always end in total sacrifice or downright failure.
You may ask who I am. I am nobody. Just a scribe of despair. Read my stories. Not one of tem has a happy ending, and in most everyone in the world dies. I ask who you are. Who are the loyal followers who read my stories? Are they Janitors? College kids? 6th graders? Aliens? Everytime I see that I got another visitor I wonder who the unlucky person is. Who got dragged into my hell?
You did. I hope you enjoy it.
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