Author has written 2 stories for Immortals, Tamora Pierce, and Harry Potter.
NOW BETA-ING!! I figured I might as well because I get writer's block fairly frequently but still feel the need to be working on a piece of writing. And also I adore grammar. So let me know if you want me to read anything of yours.
Hi! My name is Sarah and I live and attend high school in a town outside of Boston. I lived in England for 11 years, and only moved here going into 6th grade (which sucked, by the way. Middle school is awful), so I have a bunch of British mannerisms. Blah blah blah. What else? I looooooooooove archaeology and went to archaeology camp in Ireland in a few weeks, which was brilliant. Hmmmmmm. And I have a thing for posters. I have more than 50 in my room, they're everywhere, including the ceiling. I rearrange them when I can't sleep. Is that wierd? I also love ceramics, and made a whole Harry Potter themed collection, including the offspring of the Basilisk and the Loch Ness Monster, Hagrid's hut, a bust of Voldemort, the Dark Mark, and Hogwarts insignia plates. It's been pretty fantabulous. ummmm. What else could you possibly want to know about me? Probably nothing. I swim even though I hate exercise, sweating, and winning (I always feel bad for the loser- I figure I might as well lose, since I actually don't mind it). I drink 6 cups of tea a day. I hate the cold. I drink apple cider by the gallon. My favorite animal is a turtle. Enough random facts about me? Probably. I should definitely stop here and just quit while I'm ahead.
Favorite people: Winston Churchill, Kurt Vonnegut, Teddy Roosevelt, King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I
Favorite subjects in school: English, History
Favorite hobbies: ceramics, reading, writing, blogging, playing with the puppy, grilling (as in, burgers), watching English Premier League football, hiking, kayaking
Favorite authors: Tamora Pierce, J.K.Rowling, Kurt Vonnegut, Edward Rutherford, Jean Auel, Ken Follett (esp. Pillars of the Earth), George Orwell, and many many many many more
Favorite music: Wizard Rock. Need I say more?