Author has written 3 stories for Call of Duty, Dragon Age, and Mass Effect.
Hi stranger! Glad to see you around these parts. I'll get straight to the point since you've probably come here to know a bit about me.
I'm an amateur voice actress, writer, and avid videogame fan in my late twenties. Professionally I'm working toward my biology degree, but don't let it fool you, I'm a lot more interested in fiction. Fanfiction provided a safe space I so desperately needed during those troublesome teenage years, so now I am determined to give back to the community as a way to thank you all. I want to write a story like those which kept me up at 4 AM during a school day. Like those that stayed in my heart forever and I still remember now.
However, I have a bit of a consistency problem. I've been writing for more than 10 years and yet I've only finished a story once. It's taken a while to realize it wasn't just about being lazy or procrastinating but about something deeply woven into my subconscious telling me I am not meant to write. I've been extremely harsh with myself for so long, regarding writing and all other aspects of my life, that it... eroded my mental health. Just know I'm getting therapy and while this is the most challenging task I've done in my entire life, I am ready to face it head-on.
Beyond that, my writing is still at a laughable level, after all, I got very little feedback during these 10 years (if you need proof of this, just take a look at my current uploads. Yeah... horrifying). To fix all this I've been getting creative writing training since 2022 started. While I will still keep it up, I need to step up my game and get practicing once and for all. And a beta-reader, but I suppose that comes later, after actually writing something.
I am on a committed path now. I don't need for this to be relevant to anyone else, it's important to me, and that's more than enough reason to do it :)
So maybe I will finally finish a story. I am not the best writer nor the fastest, but it's okay. I don't need to be. I am writing for that 15-year-old girl that followed 12 fanfics a day because she loved them all and they felt like home.
I'll see you all very soon!
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