heal41hp

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heal41hp

Contributing Member, Female, 31, from Oklahoma, USA

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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Aug 22, 1985 (Age: 31)
    Home Page:
    http://myarch-nemesis.blogspot.com
    Location:
    Oklahoma, USA
    Occupation:
    Security guard
    Are you published?:
    Self-Published
    Favorite Writers:
    Jim Butcher, George R. R. Martin, Ernest Hemingway, Kate Chopin
    Favorite Books:
    The Old Man and the Sea, Summer Knight
    Favorite Quotes:
    If you're not paranoid, something must be wrong.
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Atheist
    Political Views:
    • No Preference
    I've been writing for over half my life and I don't plan on quitting any time soon! It's what I'm best at and I'm constantly striving to improve my skills. I self-published a novel when I was 19 (I started writing it when I was 13) and it's an atrocity. Back then, no one did anything but pat on me on the head, smile, and say my writing was good. Once I was made aware of the horror I created, I started down the path I'm currently on.

    I have a BA in English and will use it to become an editor. Editing is one of the most rewarding experiences for me because I get to learn and teach. I strive to make myself obsolete and fill the world with amazing authors.

    And, of course, I would love to make it big as an author. I need the other half of my brain for that dream to come true, though.

    Interests: Tea, sleeping, eating, quiet, editing, writing, reading, linguistics, anthropology. Oh, and role-playing with real live dice.

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    "The goal, I suppose, any fiction writer has, no matter what your subject, is to hit the human heart and the tear ducts and the nape of the neck and to make a person feel something about [what] the characters are going through and to experience the moral paradoxes and struggles of being human." -Tim O'Brien