Top 10: Reasons Why I Write!
a reader before a writer, but now if I had to choose between one of them, I
would probably choose writing. (Or maybe not. I’m unsure about this…) I started writing when I was ten because my
grandfather passed away. We had a writing exercise and that was my chosen
subject to write about. I did burst into tears after reading it aloud, but I
learned that it was a great way to release emotions. I dabbled on and off with
writing until I was twelve and found the Young Writers Society and became more
series. I started blogging at fourteen and realised it wasn’t just novels and
poetry I liked writing, but reviews and everything.
Maybe it’s because I love games like Sims and Animal Crossing, or maybe because
I’m a character driven reader. But I strive to make my own characters as
realistic as possible, with strong relationships between each other. Filling
out character profiles is so fun 😀
Beauty in Words
a perfect combination of words that lead to a beautiful poem. But I just love
it when everything falls into place and you have a beautiful outcome.
Regardless of whether I love their books/writing or not, they all seem like
nice people. Agents and publicists included! I have also managed to talk to
some of my favourite authors of all time, like Anne Tibbets and Sharon M.
Making a Change
change. After reading Carrier and Walled by Anne Tibbets I donated money to a
cause. After reading Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper I changed my
perspective on those with disabilities. I, myself am writing a novel about
sweatshops and human trafficking because I think it is an important subject and
hope to make a change with it.
introduction. But I think it explains why lots of poetry is dark and
depressing. Who needs to release happy emotions? We need to release the bad
to me it wouldn’t be! I think it is pretty :3 I write all my poetry by hand
first (mainly because inspiration strikes amongst real life and not behind a
laptop screen) and handwrote my novella before typing it.
imagination. Writing is the perfect way for me to do this.
experimenting with the traditional formats and trying to make a nice poem while
sticking to the rules. It’s a huge challenge and really difficult in most
audience. Kind of like I do for this blog, but then for a novel. The idea of
that makes me motivated to keep writing.
New video! Have you heard of We Were Liars?