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"I'll be writing until I can't write anymore. It's a compulsion with me. I love writing." - J K Rowling I wrote my first story when I was about 5. It was about a barbie who went fishing. Since then I've always loved writing and I hope I always will. At the moment just started something new, I may post it on movellas soon but I need to write a bit more to see if the idea is going to work first. I'm a massive fan of Harry Potter (as you can guess from the quote) and other modern books like The Matched Series and The Luxe series but I also love the classics such as Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights etc. I also love country music especially Taylor Swift (I think her lyrics are amazing and they always tell a story) and Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert for not making life sounds like a fairytale (got to have a bit of balance).

  • SecretQuill

    mumbled "Is it just me?"

    6 months agoReply
    Does anyone else ever find it really hard to write a story when they've got a ton of stuff going on in their own life? The only thing I've written in ages is poetry because it's about how I feel and I really want to write stories again but I feel like I have so many feelings of my own at the moment that I can't properly think about my characters. Does anyone else ever get this?
    J.K. Panesar
    6 months ago
    Literally me right now. I totally understand. My advice is to take a break from writing. No point doing when you have so much other things going on, and your whole heart isn't in it. I've been trying to write, but with my exams round the corner and other stresses I haven't written in so long. So I promised myself that I am not going to write till this time passes or until my exams are over. So it's like a mini vacation. You could try do that.
    SecretQuill
    6 months ago
    Thanks I will :)
  • SecretQuill
    8 months agoReply
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    Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, Tess of the D'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy, Between by Jessica Warman and The Matched Series by Allie Condie are all definite life-changers! :D
    ReadWriteRead1
    8 months ago
    Tess of the D'Urbervilles is a good book, but unless you suffer from insomnia, I'd recommend reading it somewhere that isn't quiet.
    Aunt Midnight Rogue ☕️
    ALL OF THOSE!! I love them <3
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