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Hello my fellow twilight fans! I wonder, how many of you dream of having Edward Cullen, I know I do. But the truth is that none of us can have him while Bella is still around...so we need to go hunting for our own personal Edwards in the mean time. Or at least that's what I think we should do...
Anyway, I love to write, it is my favorite pass time (besides fantasizing about Edward...) and I want to be a writer some day. I am currently trying to write a novel, "trying" being the key word. I personally hate writers block, it causes so many problems, and it seems to never ever end! Ugg! I'm sure you understand what I mean by that.
I hope you like what I write, but it is understandable if you don't. After all, not everyone likes the same things. If we all did that would be, well, weird. And not to mention completely BORING! I wouldn't want to be bored all the time, would you?
Oh, on another note, it seems to me that certain people have a hard time realizing that reviews make people write faster - well, it's true. If you write a story, you'll get the warm fuzzy feeling when someone cares enough to review about your story - even if it is just one word! It means more than you can imagine to the person writing the story. So - when you read a story, any story - review even if you can't think of anything to say just say "awesome" or "great job!" or even "I can't wait for the next chapter!" and possibly "I like it" As you see, it doesn't need to be much, but it means a lot and can make a writer write as twice as fast. Things move twice as quickly, and it boosts the self esteem of a person! Yay! Sorry about this rant... but I think you get the point.
I really recommend reading Vampire, Werewolves, and Wings. It's my favorite story I've written. And I really think that you will enjoy it. It's a fun story. I think I'll be putting up all the information the Book of Creatures has in it (at least the parts that were mentioned in the story) once I finished the story. I truly believe that that would be a great thing to do . . .