ChrystinaTrulove-Reyes

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ChrystinaTrulove-Reyes

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    Birthday:
    Mar 5, 1982 (Age: 34)
    Location:
    Plains, Montana
    Occupation:
    College Student/Writer
    Are you published?:
    No
    Favorite Writers:
    R.L. Stine, J.K. Rowling, K.A. Applegate, Lisa Jane Smith, Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, Piers Anthony, and many more.
    Favorite Books:
    Fear Street Series, Harry Potter Series, Animorph Series, Vampire Diaries Series and Nightworld Series, Dresden Files Series, Mercedes Thompson Series, Xanth Series, Vampire Academy, The first four House of Night Series, and many more.
    Favorite Quotes:
    "What if I freeze?" "Don't forget to breathe." Forbidden Kingdom.
    "There are three rules for writing a novel, unfortunately no one knows what they are." W. Somerset Maughan.
    "You fail only if you stop writing." Ray Bradbury.
    "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." Maya Angelou.
    "A book is simply the container of an idea-like a bottle; what is inside the book is wha
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Other
    Political Views:
    • No Preference
    I have been dreaming of writing since I was 9 years old. Through the years, I have developed my tastes and know that I want to write teen paranormal fiction.

    I can also be found on Facebook (2 pages) and Twitter.

    reading, writing, just about all crafts, hiking, fishing, camping, hunting, travelling, watching movies, music, singing, dancing, gaming... basically almost everything.

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    Chrystina Trulove-Reyes

    "You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if it is too complicated for adults, write it for children." Madeleine L'Engle