BabelFish42

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incompetent calculus TA

BabelFish42

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    Birthday:
    Jun 1, 1989 (Age: 27)
    Location:
    United States
    Occupation:
    incompetent calculus TA
    Are you published?:
    No
    Favorite Writers:
    6-way tie between Rowling, Dickens, Shakespeare, Tolkien, Khaled Hosseini and Laurie Halse Anderson
    Favorite Books:
    That would probably be a 40-way tie, and there's a character limit on this thing.
    Favorite Quotes:
    "The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense."
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Christian - Protestant
    Political Views:
    I'm the one on the left. We don't get snow very often, so we all went outside around midnight (when we were finally all free) to go sledding with plastic storage bin lids and stolen, I mean borrowed, cafeteria trays.

    Technically, I should be pigeon-holed as a math/science person. I'm a biology major, and I'll probably end up with some sort of science-related career. But I've always been an avid reader and loved stories too. I'm still pretty new to this whole creative writing thing, so any feedback and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    The penname is a reference to Douglas Adams. If you haven't heard of him, get off your computer, right now, head to the nearest public library and ask for a copy of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I'm dead serious. Go. Now.

    playing almost any sport, reading, long walks, hanging out with friends, running up my phone bill

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    ‘The story is always better than your ability to write it. My belief about this is that if you ever get to the point that you think you’ve done a story justice, you’re in the wrong business.’ —Robin McKinley
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