Author has written 4 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter.
I am a ninteen-year-old musician to the core, and I'm studying music in college in hopes of one day becoming a professional. I don't have a backup plan, nor do I intend on forming one, because backup plans are for those who don't believe in themselves enough, and for those who know they can push themselves even when they have an easier way out. I'm talented, I'll admit that, but I can't push myself when there's an easier option. I don't believe success comes when you've gotten a good job, or anything of the like. It's not riches, and it's not fame. Success comes when you're doing what you love, or have at least given your heart to becoming what you want to become. That's the person I hope to be, because I would feel empty if I didn't try my very hardest to become a professional musician.
I value life and the friends I have. I have the most amazing group of friends. Few of them really know one another, but most of them know me inside-out, and they couldn't be more different from one another. It's completely incredible to see the differences that are there. I have gotten an entirely new set of friends since graduating high school, but I've still got my closest friends beside me in spirit. I love them as sisters and I couldn't imagine life without them.
Now what would a page about me be without my thoughts on romantic interests? I've never had a boyfriend or a girlfriend thus far, save a two-week internet relationship that cannot truly be counted. It did not last long enough and it was not based in reality. If you find it odd that I'm saying boyfriend or girlfriend, you might be right to think it's odd. I'm bisexual and growing more comfortable with this fact, although it took some serious time to let myself be that way and to admit to it. I thought about it over years of time, although I only figured it out recently. I never realized it was an option. I'd go back and forth between thinking "What if I'm a lesbian? What am I gonna do then?" and thinking "No, I can't be. I like guys too much!" I finally figured it out once I knew that bi was a possibility and went through more self-reflection than a model. I'm still searching for answers to a lot of questions, though.
Umm, let's see. I'm an extremely liberal feminist. I don't have a perfect solution to anything, but I want to make a difference in life any way that I can. It's difficult to explain... I've gotten so much criticism on the fact that I'm bisexual and so many people don't believe that it's not a choice, it simply is so. I understand their opinions, and where they come from, I simply disagree with them.
As for my writing? I take it seriously when I am writing, however it is something I enjoy as a hobby. I'm currently working on a novel, and I have about eight pages of it completed thus far, which is quite a lot for me, but it is nowhere near finished. Some of my works I've deleted from this site because they were unfinished and I had no intent to finish them. I've one that I plan to finish, and one that may or may not be finished one day, as well as one which I am glad to say is complete. I stopped liking my character, and so I had to end the story, because why wouldyou write a story which the main character is one you can't bring yourself to truly enjoy?
That, my friends, is all you need to know about me, but if you have more questions, I will gladly answer them for you. Just drop me a private message.
Bless it be,