Tenderiser

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Birthday:
Jul 3, 1989 (Age: 29)
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Tenderiser

Not a man, Female, 29, from London, UK

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What would romance look like with horror tropes? https://annakaling.com/2018/04/13/horror-tropes-in-romance/ Apr 14, 2018

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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jul 3, 1989 (Age: 29)
    Location:
    London, UK
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Atheist
    Challenges I Face:
    • Finding Time
    • Procrastination
    • Writing-Life Balance
    • Prioritization
    Primary Genre:
    Romance
    What Do You Write?:
    • Novels
    How Long Have You Been Writing?:
    7 Years
    Experience:
    Proficient
    Other Genre Experience:
    • Comedy
    • Erotica
    • Humor
    • Romance
    Industry Role:
    Writer
    Strengths:
    • Character Development
    • Conflict
    • Dialogue
    • Point-of-View
    • Word Mechanics (SPAG)
    Why Do You Write?:
    I enjoy it. It's certainly not for the money or the critical acclaim. ;)
    Are You Published?:
    No
    I Have or Need:
    • Have an Agent
    • Seeking a Publisher
    Current Project Genre:
    Romance
    Current Project:
    Misconceptions
    Current Project Description:
    Jade wants another baby and Theo is the only candidate she'll consider. Just one problem: they hate each other.
    Current Project Type:
    • Novels
    Progress Journal:
    https://www.writingforums.org/threads/misconceptions.150828/
    Current Stage of Project:
    Writing
    Standalone or Series?:
    Standalone
    Draft:
    First Draft (In Progress)
    Status:
    In Progress
    Target Word Count:
    85000
    Current Word Count:
    14000

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    If Dracula can't see his reflection in a mirror, how come his centre parting is always so perfect? - Karl Pilkington
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