Highlighted Authors

There are so many authors on Movellas who deserve more reconition. Highlighted Authors is the best place to find all that information! Elizabeth Hale, Lia-Loves-Cookies, and Cecilia Swan will review some Movella favorites, as well as some underdogs. :D If you know an author on Movellas you want to be shown here, just leave it in the comments!


35. Inkpencil...;)

                “If I waited for inspiration, I’d never get anything done.”




                On February 15, 2012 it began she joined Movellas, and became a Movellian with her “Your Own  Worst Enemy”, on May 17. This story is the first of eight so far, baby steps in the scheme of things. It is the story of Miranda, the daughter of a famous actress, but she doesn’t live with the bright lights and cameras. The girls at her school bully her mercislessly, but her worst problem is Adnarim, a spirit who embodies those who bully her. How can Miranda stand up to the real bullies, when her worst enemy is herself?   This story is a true reflection of Inpencil’s talents; she is amazing.


                To keep writing, Inkpencil…;) follows BICHOK, which stands for ‘butt in chair, hands on keyboard’. It is a nice philosophy when you want to write, but have no idea what it should be about. She also keeps an amount of words to write- or edit- everyday. If you are interested in reading more about tips and tricks, about publication, or writing in general, be sure to take a look at her website: http://ravenaguron.blogspot.co.uk/


                Inkpencil’s most popular Movella is “My Name is –“, a story told by love itself. It is the bronze winner of the Valentine’s Day competition back in January. Originally, it was a short story, one chapter long, but Inkpencil decided to extend it, and is now seven chapters long. This has even won the author’s own heat, being Inkpencil’s favorite of her  Movellas. It was the first Movella she ever wrote.


                She began writing the second she could hole a pen. Her first “novel” was written when she was about six about two parents who take their children to the beach and forget them. “It mainly had awful pictures and a line of writing on each page,” Inpencil says. “I even ‘published it by getting someone to staple the pages together for me.”


                “Fairies are Real” is an entry to the legacy competition, and is a really sweet story. Rose, 16 year old popular girl, is forced to do charity work: reading to the elderly. But when she gets to the last house, Mrs. Baker’s, she is teleported to another world it seems, enthralled in the power of worlds, a gift that Mrs. Baker has given to her.


                Right now, Inkpencil is editing a work in progress, and one day she hopes to be published. Though she thinks her chances are slim, be sure to watch out for her work. Who knows? Maybe you’ll see it on the shelves one day.


                -Elizabeth Hale


Fairies Are Real: http://www.movellas.com/en/book/read/201208211549433538


My Name is -: http://www.movellas.com/en/book/read/201202151634506048


My Own Worst Enemy: http://www.movellas.com/en/book/read/201205171734256566


Inkpencil…;)’s page: http://www.movellas.com/en/people/profile/201202151631085996

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