The Introduction

Picture0005Nice to meet you! Because you don’t know me, and I don’t know you, I will start with an intro. To make it fun, I’ll do it grade 6 news assignment style.

Who: I am a publishing, marketing, and communications consultant that lives for reading and writing. I prefer to read fantasy, but I’ve got a little bit of everything on my shelves. Also, see unintentionally scowly photo.

What: At the moment, I write a lot of horror. It’s not my favourite thing to read, but when I sit down to write, that’s what comes out. Other people seem to enjoy it, so I’ll just keep doing what I am doing until something else leaks out of my fingertips and onto the keyboard.

When: I write when I feel like it. I do not set goals, I do not set aside times. I write when I want to write because I am stubborn.

Where: My favourite place to write is at my desk, although I tend to carry around notebooks to write ideas in when they come along. The best place for a story to come alive is in my head, though. I need to work it out internally before I can let it out into the world.

Why: I write because that’s what I do—plain and simple. It’s what I’m good at, and it’s what I enjoy.

How: I have no idea. I just do it.

What are your 5 W’s and H?


3 thoughts on “The Introduction

  1. who: i’m a teenage ninth grade student. i like reading fantasy more than anything, i like writing too.

    what: i write whatever comes into my mind but i have never written a horror story.

    when: i write whenever i’m in the mood, and that’s most of the time but the problem is that i don’t know how to transfer the idea that’s in my mind into the paper.

    where: i wish i can find someplace that is silent and peaceful other than my room.and yes i do carry a notebook to write ideas but those ideas don’t always turn into stories.

    why: because when i write something on papers it’s better than to say this thing out loud, i write so i can express my feelings and my thoughts in a character of my own.

    how: i don’t really know how but it just happens 🙂

    • Nice to meet you! Sometimes, I need to let a story grow in my head before I write it down. That helps with giving me something to put on paper. I have been mentally working on a story for over a year now, with just a few notes scribbled down to show for it. I’ve got to work out some of the major kinks before I can start, so I just keep it in my head, discuss it with my friend, and jot down anything important. I’m looking forward to a time when I can actually write the whole thing.

      • 🙂 that’s just exactly how I feel!! It is my pleasure to meet you you have helped me a lot and inspired me 🙂 so thank you

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