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Guess what I should be doing?

 

Writing.

 

Guess what I am doing?

 

Not that.

 

Let's just get into the questions! (BTW I found it on Tumblr and thought it'd be fun to try here)

 

 

1 : What age-group do you write?

Middle-Grade... 10+


2 : What genre do you write?

Really, it bounces around. THE NEWCOMER is a mystery, TATWATM TATTATS are contemporaries, THE TREASURE MAP is an adventure, and WE'LL BE THE STARS will be another mystery.

 

3 : Do you outline according to big ideas or small details?

A mix of both? Like, some chapters will have really detailed outlines, and some have a one-sentence summary of what the chapter will be about.


4 : Which do you prefer - line-editing or plot-revisions?

Line editing.


5 : Do you write better with or without deadlines?

Without.


6 : What would be the biggest compliment you could hope to receive on your current WIP?

That my characters are relatable? Simon, Corinne, and Violet all represent things I feel should be represented, so to have someone say that they resonated with a specific character (or even all three) would be a big compliment.


7 : How long is your current WIP?

So far, 144 pages.


8 : What author would you be most excited to be compared to?

I'm not really sure...


9 : What do you struggle most with as a writer?

Execution. I want to be able to get the thoughts and scenes I have laid out in my brain onto paper.


10 : Do you brain-storm story ideas alone or with others?

Alone. Sometimes, when I'm feeling stuck, I'll ask for advice on a scene or something. But other than that, alone.


11 : Do you base your characters off of real people?

Not really. They mostly have little bits and pieces of me.


12 : Is your writing space clean or cluttered?

My writing space is usually my bed, and that's really only cluttered with blankets.

 

13 : Do you write character-driven or plot-driven stories?

Character-driven. Maybe because I prefer characters over plot.


14 : Do you have a favorite writing-related quote?

Yes, actually..."The largest room in the world is the room for improvement."


15 : If you transport your original characters into another author’s world, which world would you choose?

Hmmmmmmmmm...it'd be interesting to see Simon, Violet, and Corinne in the EXPLORERS books by Adrienne Kress. It'd also be cool to see Elliot, Nina, and Marty on Moon Base Alpha from the SPACE CASE books by Stuart Gibbs.

 

16 : Would your story work better as a movie or tv show? Why?

Movie. Well, for one, they're too short to be shows, and I just feel like a movie would represent them better.


17 : Do you make soundtracks for each story?

No, but maybe I should.


18 : If you could assign your story one song, what would it be?

(there might be more to come for this one)

TATWATMTake on the World by Sabrina Carpenter and Rowan Blanchard

TATTATSTomorrow Starts Today by Sabrina Carpenter

WE'LL BE THE STARSThis is Me by Keala Settle


19 : Would you rather live in your characters’ world, or have your characters come live in our world?

Well, they live in the real world, so...I mean, the Ivory Isle is a fantasy island, so...but I'd probably die on that island.


20 : What book would you love to see adapted for the big or small screen?

Book of mine? Or book in general? Imma just say a book in general...SHADOW CHILDREN and MASTERMINDS (both as Netflix shows)


21 : Do you finish most of the stories you start?

Yes, I've only DNF'd 2.


22 : Has your own writing ever made you cry?

No.


23 : Are you proud or anxious to show off your writing?

Depends on who I'm showing it to.


24 : When did you start considering yourself a writer?

Since I was like, 6? I've been writing stories since then.


25 : What books are must-reads in your genre?

In my favorite genre? Or the one that I write? Currently, I have the most contemporary stories, so...just go read OCDANIEL 


26 : What would you like to see more of in your genre?

Representation.


27 : Where do you get inspiration from?

Literally anything? Like, anything that seems like could work as a scene in a book.


28 : On a scale of 1-10, how much do you stress about choosing character names?

I used to stress out a lot about it, but now I kind of decide based on I feel fits them.


29 : Do you tend to underwrite or overwrite in a first draft?

Depends.


30 : Does writing calm you down or stress you out?

Depends. Am I writing on a deadline? If so, it stresses me out. If not, it calms me.


31 : What trope do you actually like?

The friends-to-lovers trope. That's probably why so many of the ships in my stories, start out as best friends.


32 : Do you give your side-characters extensive backstories?

Kind of?


33 : Do you flesh-out characters before you write, or let their personalities develop over time?

I just kind of let their personalities develop over the course of the writing. EXAMPLE: Initially Violet was supposed to be a lot more sarcastic, and Corinne was supposed to be a lot more soft-spoken...they kind of switched.


34 : Describe your old writing in one word.

Bad.


35 : Is it more fun to write villains or heroes?

Heroes.


36 : Do you write with a black and white sense of morality?

Kind of? Depends on who I'm writing.


37 : What’s one piece of advice you would give to new writers?

Let yourself start out terribly.


38 : What’s one piece of writing advice you try--but fail--to follow?

Writing every day.


39 : How important is positive reinforcement to you as a writer?

Extremely.


40 : What would you ask your favorite author if given one question?

Definitely not a how did you become a writerquestion, because everyone asks those. Ummm...probably something about their upcoming book.


41 : Do you find it distracting to read while you’re writing a first draft?

No, not at all.


42 : Do critiques motivate or discourage you?

Depends on the critique.


43 : Do you tend to write protagonists like yourself or unlike yourself?

Both?


44 : How do you decide what story idea to work on?

I play around with an idea for a while, and then I get to outlining.


45 : Do you find it harder or easier to write when you’re stressed out?

Harder.


46 : What Hogwarts house would your protagonist(s) be in?

...I don't read Harry Potter...I don't like books about wizards, simple as that


47 : Where do you see yourself as a writer in five years?

Hopefully, better


48 : Would you ever co-write?

Not really, I get stressed out if I'm not in control.


49 : Are you a fast and rushed writer or a slow and deliberate writer?

Honestly depends.


50 : Would you rather be remembered for your fantastic world-building or your lifelike characters?

Lifelike characters.

 

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1 : What age-group do you write?

Young adult

 

2 : What genre do you write?

Fantasy, sci-fi, and martial arts

 

3 : Do you outline according to big ideas or small details?

Both.

 

4 : Which do you prefer - line-editing or plot-revisions?

Neither.


5 : Do you write better with or without deadlines?

With, because I never get anything done otherwise

 

6 : What would be the biggest compliment you could hope to receive on your current WIP?

Anything along the lines of "This is amazing!"

 

7 : How long is your current WIP?

Depends which one we're talking about.


8 : What author would you be most excited to be compared to?

Chris Bradford

 

9 : What do you struggle most with as a writer?

Actually writing something

 

10 : Do you brain-storm story ideas alone or with others?

Alone


11 : Do you base your characters off of real people?

Yes, sometimes. The teacher/master character is almost always based off of one of my instructors.

 

12 : Is your writing space clean or cluttered?

It's a disaster.

 

13 : Do you write character-driven or plot-driven stories?

It's a mix of both.

 

14 : Do you have a favorite writing-related quote?

No.

 

15 : If you could transport your original characters into another author’s world, which world would you choose?

I don't really read anymore . . .

 

16 : Would your story work better as a movie or TV show? Why?

Probably a TV show for the one book because of how long the series is.

 

17 : Do you make soundtracks for each story?

Yes. I don't actually compose anything, but I make up song titles and I write song lyrics sometimes.

 

18 : If you could assign your story one song, what would it be?

Hmm...."Compass" by TSFH. The bonus track version.

 

19 : Would you rather live in your characters’ world, or have your characters come live in our world?

I'd rather have them come here, because I would die in their world, let's be honest.

 

20 : What book would you love to see adapted for the big or small screen?

Young Samurai

 

21 : Do you finish most of the stories you start?

I haven't finished anything yet, so I can't say.

 

22 : Has your own writing ever made you cry?

Yes.

 

23 : Are you proud or anxious to show off your writing?

Depends.

 

24 : When did you start considering yourself a writer?

When I was 10. I've been making up stories all my life, but I didn't actually start writing books until then.

 

25 : What books are must-reads in your genre?

Young Samurai

 

26 : What would you like to see more of in your genre?

Stories

 

27 : Where do you get inspiration from?

Anything

 

28 : On a scale of 1-10, how much do you stress about choosing character names?

Character names just kind of come to me. Except with side characters - usually I have to actually look for their names.

 

29 : Do you tend to underwrite or overwrite in a first draft?

Depends.

 

30 : Does writing calm you down or stress you out?

Writing stresses me out, big time.

 

31 : What trope do you actually like?

No idea.

 

32 : Do you give your side-characters extensive backstories?

Yes, most of the time, even if it's not explored in the book. I don't use all the scenes I write.

 

33 : Do you flesh-out characters before you write, or let their personalities develop over time?

I usually let their personalities develop over the course of the story.

 

34 : Describe your old writing in one word.

Horrible.

 

35 : Is it more fun to write villains or heroes?

Villains.

 

36 : Do you write with a black and white sense of morality?

I know what that's asking but I have no idea . . . There's good and evil, sure, but . . . I don't know?


37 : What’s one piece of advice you would give to new writers?

No idea.

 

38 : What’s one piece of writing advice you try--but fail--to follow?

"Give yourself permission to be terrible."

 

39 : How important is positive reinforcement to you as a writer?

Eh . . .


40 : What would you ask your favorite author if given one question?

No idea.

 

41 : Do you find it distracting to read while you’re writing a first draft?

I don't read anymore for that exact reason - I get too many new ideas. Besides, there's nothing I like anyway, besides Young Samurai and Harry Potter . . .

 

42 : Do critiques motivate or discourage you?

Discourage

 

43 : Do you tend to write protagonists like yourself or unlike yourself?

My protagonists tend to be like me.

 

44 : How do you decide what story idea to work on?

I just work on whatever I feel like working on.

 

45 : Do you find it harder or easier to write when you’re stressed out?

Easier.

 

46 : What Hogwarts house would your protagonist(s) be in?

Gryffindor, and I also have a few Slytherins

 

47 : Where do you see yourself as a writer in five years?

Hopefully having actually published a book

 

48 : Would you ever co-write?

With my instructor/best friend, sure. With most other people, no.

 

49 : Are you a fast and rushed writer or a slow and deliberate writer?

I'm a disaster, that's what I am

 

50 : Would you rather be remembered for your fantastic world-building or your lifelike characters?

Both

 

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Awesome! I love doing tags! 

 

1 : What age-group do you write?

 Mostly YA

 

2 : What genre do you write?

 Contemporary, Historical fiction, fantasy.

 

3 : Do you outline according to big ideas or small details?

Both, I would say. It depends on when the inspiration hits me, and what it makes me picture.

 

4 : Which do you prefer, line editing or plot revisions?

 Line editing. I tend to branch off into other ideas and things that honestly have nothing to do with the plot. I hate erasing it, but it is definitely needed.


5 : Do you write better with or without deadlines?

Entirely depends on my mood, and what's going on around me. 

 

6 : What would be the biggest compliment you could hope to receive on your current WIP?

Believable, entertaining, relatable, something like that. 

 

7 : How long is your current WIP?

I have multiple going on right now. 


8 : What author would you be most excited to be compared to?

I would be stoked to be compared to any writer.

 

9 : What do you struggle most with as a writer?

Sticking with  my ideas.

 

10 : Do you brain-storm story ideas alone or with others?

Alone


11 : Do you base your characters off of real people?

 Aspects of them, yes.

 

12 : Is your writing space clean or cluttered?

It's pretty bad...

 

13 : Do you write character-driven or plot-driven stories?

 Character driven. 

 

14 : Do you have a favorite writing-related quote?

 

"Don't forget- no one else sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell."

 -Charles De lint

 

 

15 : If you could transport your original characters into another author’s world, which world would you choose?

  Hmm... I don't think there is a world where all my characters could live in peace and not die from like, the universe exploding with all these villains. Then you would have to deal with the characters from that world originally....too chaotic, no thanks.

 

16 : Would your story work better as a movie or TV show? Why?

  Both. But if I had to, movie.

 

17 : Do you make soundtracks for each story?

 Kind of. Whenever I write, and hear music, I think of fictional characters having thhat song as like their own. Like their anthem. It's weird, but it's a habit that's very hard to break. I also have playlists for my books.

 

18 : If you could assign your story one song, what would it be?

Ummm....for my contemporary, I'd say.... Who you are by Jessie j, but the cover by kurt hugo Schneider and Anna Clendening.  Or Waving Through a Window by owl city.

 

19 : Would you rather live in your characters’ world, or have your characters come live in our world?

I would love for them to come to this world!

 

20 : What book would you love to see adapted for the big or small screen?

Hmmm...that's a hard one. There are so many good books that could be incredible movies, but I don't want them people to touch it! It's perfect the way it is, don't ruin it!! But I think Six of Crows would make a FANTASTIC movie. 

 

21 : Do you finish most of the stories you start?

I have yet to finish any of the stories I've started. I know, it's pathetic. 

 

22 : Has your own writing ever made you cry?

Definitely. 

 

23 : Are you proud or anxious to show off your writing?I

Always, always anxious. 

 

24 : When did you start considering yourself a writer?

I think I was around 9 or 10.

 

25 : What books are must-reads in your genre?

Writing genre or books I love genre? Must reads are Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan, Six of crows by Leigh Bardugo, Shatter me series by Tahereh Mafi, Divergent by Veronica Roth, The mortal instruments and the internal devices by Cassandra Clare, Turtles all the way down by John Green...(I could go on and on and on...)

 

26 : What would you like to see more of in your genre?

Reading or writing? More character development. You know that line before those two characters come together? It's a delicate line and it must be crossed  subtly, with extreme care. 

 

27 : Where do you get inspiration from?

Literally anythin.

 

28 : On a scale of 1-10, how much do you stress about choosing character names?

7 most of the time.

 

29 : Do you tend to underwrite or overwrite in a first draft?

Depends.

 

30 : Does writing calm you down or stress you out?

It calms me. 

 

31 : What trope do you actually like?

Here's the thing. I don't mind a lot of tropes, but only if they're done right. Like, for instance, the dreaded love triangle. There have been some disasters with that one, but also some REALLY good gems. If done right, it's beautiful. If it's not  perfection, then it is bad. Idk is the answer. If it's done right, then any trope can be glorious.

 

32 : Do you give your side-characters extensive backstories?

Yes.

 

33 : Do you flesh-out characters before you write, or let their personalities develop over time?

Develop over time.

 

34 : Describe your old wriring in one word.

 

Cringy.

 

35 : Is it more fun to write villains or heroes?

Defiantly villains. But sometimes heroes. Depnds.

 

36 : Do you write with a black and white sen as of morality? 

I guess.


37 : What’s one piece of advice you would give to new writers?

Just keep writing, even if you think it's stupid. Experience is what you need. Have fun, play with the impossible. Find ways to make the impossible possible. It doesn't matter if it's stupid, you're doing this because you want to, not be used if what other people think. Don't take anything to seriously. Rules are made to be broken. Defy gravity with your mind. 

 

38 : What’s one piece of writing advice you try--but fail--to follow?

Sharing my work. I can't. 

 

39 : How important is positive reinforcement to you as a writer?

I think it's important, but no required. 


40 : What would you ask your favorite author if given one question?

Can you be my mentor?

 

41 : Do you find it distracting to read while you’re writing a first draft?

Very. I usually have to chose one or the other, writing or reading. I tend to fall towards the latter.

 

42 : Do critiques motivate or discourage you?

Both.

 

43 : Do you tend to write protagonists like yourself or unlike yourself?

They have little pieces of me in them, but they aren't me.

 

44 : How do you decide what story idea to work on?

Impulses. 

 

45 : Do you find it harder or easier to write when you’re stressed out?

Idk like 70 percent of the time it's easier and the rest it's the same.

 

46 : What Hogwarts house would your protagonist(s) be in?

Haven't read Harry potter, sorry...I was spoiled for everything and I have other things I want to read more then that at the moment. 

 

47 : Where do you see yourself as a writer in five years?

Probably still attempting to write soemthing. By then I will have finished at least a draft of my book though. Hopefully. O_O

 

48 : Would you ever co-write?

I would love to! But if I did with like  an author I admire, then I wouldn't be able to because of just let them write the whole thing. 

 

49 : Are you a fast and rushed writer or a slow and deliberate writer?

Both. 

 

50 : Would you rather be remembered for your fantastic world-building or your lifelike characters?

 lifelike characters

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Awesome! I love doing tags! 

 

1 : What age-group do you write?

 Mostly YA

 

2 : What genre do you write?

 Contemporary, Historical fiction, fantasy.

 

3 : Do you outline according to big ideas or small details?

Both, I would say. It depends on when the inspiration hits me, and what it makes me picture.

 

4 : Which do you prefer, line editing or plot revisions?

 Line editing. I tend to branch off into other ideas and things that honestly have nothing to do with the plot. I hate erasing it, but it is definitely needed.


5 : Do you write better with or without deadlines?

Entirely depends on my mood, and what's going on around me. 

 

6 : What would be the biggest compliment you could hope to receive on your current WIP?

Believable, entertaining, relatable, something like that. 

 

7 : How long is your current WIP?

I have multiple going on right now. 


8 : What author would you be most excited to be compared to?

I would be stoked to be compared to any writer.

 

9 : What do you struggle most with as a writer?

Sticking with  my ideas.

 

10 : Do you brain-storm story ideas alone or with others?

Alone


11 : Do you base your characters off of real people?

 Aspects of them, yes.

 

12 : Is your writing space clean or cluttered?

It's pretty bad...

 

13 : Do you write character-driven or plot-driven stories?

 Character driven. 

 

14 : Do you have a favorite writing-related quote?

 

"Don't forget- no one else sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell."

 -Charles De lint

 

 

15 : If you could transport your original characters into another author’s world, which world would you choose?

  Hmm... I don't think there is a world where all my characters could live in peace and not die from like, the universe exploding with all these villains. Then you would have to deal with the characters from that world originally....too chaotic, no thanks.

 

16 : Would your story work better as a movie or TV show? Why?

  Both. But if I had to, movie.

 

17 : Do you make soundtracks for each story?

 Kind of. Whenever I write, and hear music, I think of fictional characters having thhat song as like their own. Like their anthem. It's weird, but it's a habit that's very hard to break. I also have playlists for my books.

 

18 : If you could assign your story one song, what would it be?

Ummm....for my contemporary, I'd say.... Who you are by Jessie j, but the cover by kurt hugo Schneider and Anna Clendening.  Or Waving Through a Window by owl city.

 

19 : Would you rather live in your characters’ world, or have your characters come live in our world?

I would love for them to come to this world!

 

20 : What book would you love to see adapted for the big or small screen?

Hmmm...that's a hard one. There are so many good books that could be incredible movies, but I don't want them people to touch it! It's perfect the way it is, don't ruin it!! But I think Six of Crows would make a FANTASTIC movie. 

 

21 : Do you finish most of the stories you start?

I have yet to finish any of the stories I've started. I know, it's pathetic. 

 

22 : Has your own writing ever made you cry?

Definitely. 

 

23 : Are you proud or anxious to show off your writing?I

Always, always anxious. 

 

24 : When did you start considering yourself a writer?

I think I was around 9 or 10.

 

25 : What books are must-reads in your genre?

Writing genre or books I love genre? Must reads are Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan, Six of crows by Leigh Bardugo, Shatter me series by Tahereh Mafi, Divergent by Veronica Roth, The mortal instruments and the internal devices by Cassandra Clare, Turtles all the way down by John Green...(I could go on and on and on...)

 

26 : What would you like to see more of in your genre?

Reading or writing? More character development. You know that line before those two characters come together? It's a delicate line and it must be crossed  subtly, with extreme care. 

 

27 : Where do you get inspiration from?

Literally anythin.

 

28 : On a scale of 1-10, how much do you stress about choosing character names?

7 most of the time.

 

29 : Do you tend to underwrite or overwrite in a first draft?

Depends.

 

30 : Does writing calm you down or stress you out?

It calms me. 

 

31 : What trope do you actually like?

Here's the thing. I don't mind a lot of tropes, but only if they're done right. Like, for instance, the dreaded love triangle. There have been some disasters with that one, but also some REALLY good gems. If done right, it's beautiful. If it's not  perfection, then it is bad. Idk is the answer. If it's done right, then any trope can be glorious.

 

32 : Do you give your side-characters extensive backstories?

Yes.

 

33 : Do you flesh-out characters before you write, or let their personalities develop over time?

Develop over time.

 

34 : Describe your old wriring in one word.

 

Cringy.

 

35 : Is it more fun to write villains or heroes?

Defiantly villains. But sometimes heroes. Depnds.

 

36 : Do you write with a black and white sen as of morality? 

I guess.


37 : What’s one piece of advice you would give to new writers?

Just keep writing, even if you think it's stupid. Experience is what you need. Have fun, play with the impossible. Find ways to make the impossible possible. It doesn't matter if it's stupid, you're doing this because you want to, not be used if what other people think. Don't take anything to seriously. Rules are made to be broken. Defy gravity with your mind. 

 

38 : What’s one piece of writing advice you try--but fail--to follow?

Sharing my work. I can't. 

 

39 : How important is positive reinforcement to you as a writer?

I think it's important, but no required. 


40 : What would you ask your favorite author if given one question?

Can you be my mentor?

 

41 : Do you find it distracting to read while you’re writing a first draft?

Very. I usually have to chose one or the other, writing or reading. I tend to fall towards the latter.

 

42 : Do critiques motivate or discourage you?

Both.

 

43 : Do you tend to write protagonists like yourself or unlike yourself?

They have little pieces of me in them, but they aren't me.

 

44 : How do you decide what story idea to work on?

Impulses. 

 

45 : Do you find it harder or easier to write when you’re stressed out?

Idk like 70 percent of the time it's easier and the rest it's the same.

 

46 : What Hogwarts house would your protagonist(s) be in?

Haven't read Harry potter, sorry...I was spoiled for everything and I have other things I want to read more then that at the moment. 

 

47 : Where do you see yourself as a writer in five years?

Probably still attempting to write soemthing. By then I will have finished at least a draft of my book though. Hopefully. O_O

 

48 : Would you ever co-write?

I would love to! But if I did with like  an author I admire, then I wouldn't be able to because of just let them write the whole thing. 

 

49 : Are you a fast and rushed writer or a slow and deliberate writer?

Both. 

 

50 : Would you rather be remembered for your fantastic world-building or your lifelike characters?

 lifelike characters

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StormLily

 

 Spider-girl 

Queen Awkwardness!

 

#ProudChristian

 

 "Friendship means understanding, not agreement. It means forgiveness, not forgetting. It means the memories last, even if the contact Is lost."

 

 

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Fascinating

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Lucy

 

Mastermind

Wonder

Disnerd

Pegasister

Hunter

Story Thief

Child of Exile

Recruit

Jedi

Avenger

Shadow Child

 

 

#FreaksLikeMe

#WeAreFamily

#NeverForgetAnyone

#Keep39Alive

#Greyromantic

#Asexual

 

Something to believe in for even a night

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I would do this whole thing, bu I never have time...

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Bracha

 

Home is behind, the world ahead, and there are many paths to tread.

Through shadows to the edge of night, until the stars are all alight.