Author has written 4 stories for Supernatural, Historical, and Young Adult.
ABOUT A GIRL...
If I could wish for anything, I'd want to be two inches taller and have a size six foot. And for my hair to grow out to a managable length again, because the bob-thingy isn't working for me.
I'm seventeen, live in the Hudson Valley and Danbury in equal measure. I'm a glasses-wearing, redheaded, green-eyed, just under five feet tall and just over 100 pounds (4'10.5" and 105 to be exact) nerd-chic chick. I'm a complete loser most of the time, I suck at school because I suffer from terminal laziness, and my pastimes include daydreaming, drawing, writing/reading, playing video games, listening to my iPod, and pretending to be British. Seriously.
My genres-of-choice are historical fiction, YA fiction, sci-fi/fantasy, and general fiction. I'm not much of a poet, but I do love me some Edgar Allen Poe and Oscar Wilde. I never go anywhere without my keys, my iPod, chapstick, a small notebook and a pen, my wallet, and my cell phone.
Now that I've told you everything you could possibly want/need/never cared to know about me, I invite you to read at your own risk, and enjoy.
PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS?
Hey, guess what? I've finally, finally posted the second chapter of From Monday to Friday! (May 10)
The seventh chapter of Revelations is up. Just so you all know, the first chapter (not the prologue) is undergoing extensive rewrite because it's way too long, and most of the content isn't necessary in the first chapter. The content is staying, but will be inserted as the second and third chapters, maybe even the fourth. By the time I'm done editing, the story will actually have ten chapters, all of the same content that's in it now, but in shorter chapters. I should be finished with that soon. (May 10)
School is really starting to occupy an inordinate amount of my time, so I'm going to have to stop the updating schedule for a while and get back to it after graduation. I'll still update, but only when I have the time. (May 10)
Any comments are welcome, including suggestions, constructive criticism, and general discussions.