Author has written 3 stories for Rurouni Kenshin, Demon Hunter, and Carpathian Series.
I could give you an outline of my life story, or tell you what I think I am or am not. But I think I'll give an answer as to how I ended up here, with an account on this website, posting stories about other people's works.
Back in kindergarten we were asked to pick a favorite book character and to dress up as that character and bring to book to class one day. I chose to create my own charter and write a book around that so that I could dress how I wanted to dress. The funny thing is that it took me until the beginning of high school to figure out that I wanted to write. What can I say, some times I miss what's sitting right there under my nose.
What I had figured out before that was the fact that my mind will chew things over and come up with it's own ideas of how that episode should end, what the character should do next, how I would have wrapped up that scene. There are practically no TV shows, books, or anything like that, which I have been exposed to and haven't come up with my own idea for.
As far as writing goes, I have ideas for dozens of books running through my head. But I am not going to school to be a writer. I have been asked by several people why and it comes down to a couple of simple things. One being that most people who go to school for writing do so to become journalists. I have not interest in doing that for a living, so that was out. The other reason is that I don't think I could support myself with my writing. That reason is both logic and a lack of confidence speaking. But both of those contribute to why I have this account.
Why would a writing spend time working on projects that they could never (legally) use to further their career? Again, there are a few factors. One is the basic fact that practice makes perfect, and I want to keep improving, thus, I need to keep writing. Also, this is a way for me to put work out there for feedback and not have to worry about losing my own ideas for later use. Finally, there is a kind of confidence/pride/joy that comes from knowing that people are reading my work and find it interesting enough to keep going. Which in turn helps me to keep going, with the story that is. And who knows, maybe, just maybe, this may be a stepping stone to get where I dream of being; a well known and prolific author.
What ever happens though, this allows me to do what I love and to find out what other people think in a way that I couldn't get any where else. I hope you enjoy my writing, and thank you for stopping by.