I remember the first story I ever wrote. I was about five years old. It was a cute little story about a girl who helped a fairy find her lost wings, and was all scribbled in pencil on a stack of Post-It notes. Back then, we had one, low-tech computer in the house that I was not allowed to touch, and I remember reading the story out loud to my dad, who typed it up on the screen. Seeing my words typed up on a real screen was the turning point for me. I knew I wanted nothing more than to see my own stories in print.
So I continued to write, and ten years later, I had managed to build up a substantial collection of failed attempts and incomplete manuscripts. But still, I remained undeterred! I kept churning out those stories, which turned into even more failed attempts and incomplete manuscripts.
Then, eventually, I was able to create something I could be proud of. That something was my first ever published work: Kingdom.
I currently have two novels under my name now: Kingdom, and the paranormal mystery novel, Seeing Blue.
Writing continues to be a major part of my life, and I hope to touch many hearts with my stories, just as the stories I've read have touched mine.
Dancing, drawing, crafting
Cats, food, and anything to do with fairies