Author has written 2 stories for Host, and Teen Wolf.
Thanks for checking out my profile. It means that you actually cared enough about my stories to come and check out my profile. To tell you the truth, I only look at other writers' profiles if they have a well written story that I truly enjoy reading. I don't know if this makes me a bad person, or just someone who is honest.
I absolutely love to write. I write fan fiction for whatever new obsession I have at the time (right now it happens to be The Host by Stephanie Meyer and Teen Wolf on MTV.) Back in November, I produced one of the most awful pieces of writing that I have ever written, my third grade manuscript of a little girl who tries to find her family in a cabinet included, during NaNoWriMo.
That's not to say that NaNoWriMo was not fun; it was probably the most fun I have had while writing and to this day I have only edited about half of the 54,628 words that I wrote. For those of you who don't know what NaNoWriMo is, you must try it. The goal is to write a 50,000 word novel in a month, and to accomplish this, you must write 1,667 words per day. One of my best friends and I completed this while applying to colleges. This is NEVER recommended.
As of right now, I am working on writing a high fantasy novel. It is still in the research stages and trust me, research is important. If you do not believe in research while writing your novel, or mapping your novel out, good luck to you. I, with what little sanity I have, cannot manage to accomplish much without keeping track of the new things I created.
Well, I guess I should stop rambling now and actually let you get back to reading. If you even made it this far. I encourage you to write and write and write. The world needs all the writers it can get.
P.S. EVERYONE MUST READ "ON WRITING" BY STEPHEN KING AND "THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE" BY STRUNK AND WHITE IF YOU WANT TO BECOME A WRITER.