Author has written 7 stories for Star Wars, Breakfast Club, and iCarly.
So I've been writing for a while now. I hated writing essays in the fourth grade--still do. I would much rather write something fun.
There's not much you need to know about me--the Breakfast Club is the best movie on the entire planet. Harry Potter is awesome (Dramione is my favorite). Star Wars is an amazing film saga--it is close to my heart. iCarly makes me all warm and happy inside (Sam is a great character; you can't deny that). The Vampire Diaries is a great show--I will not apologize for loving it. And don't get me started on the Hunger Games--it's phenomenal. Suzanne Collins taught me to accept that, sometimes, life does not work out perfectly. Sometimes, we break and cannot be completely fixed. But none of this is in vain. She helped me to realize "[t]he promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again" (Collins).
I believe that I am blessed with the love of literature and reading. Words are powerful. This is why writing is exhilarating (and difficult).
Thank you all--you're the best.
Here’s the thing about commas: certainly, the whole “insert where you would pause” is not entirely true…but, honestly, it’s not entirely untrue either. In my opinion, you should let the spirit guide you—to a bunch of different manuals for comparison. But seriously. There are still moments where you need to listen to your gut. Pocahontas and all that.
I was also wondering if anyone else has had life-altering, soul-moving experience of noticing the cleverness of another author's Pen name and been like, "Ohmigosh, I think we're soul mates."
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