When I was younger, I loved to read. Especially in the car, when there wasn't much else to do on trips besides listen to whatever music my parents wanted to listen to, watch the scenery as I traveled, or read a book. I never bought a walkman, and didn't buy a gameboy until a little later on. Anyway, I loved to read, and use my imagination to put myself, or a character of my imagination, into a book I was reading. I'd also do this with cartoons and such. I have often toyed with the idea of writing a book series good enough that some people would enjoy it. Maybe even get it published by some company and make money off of writing. Even though I have ideas in my head, I can't ever decide on what kind of story I'd like to write, or how to convey my thoughts as eloquent;y as the authors of my favorite books. My last favorite book series was Animorphs by K.A. Applegate. It was very good, and very memorable. I don't really like how the series ended, but it ended many years ago. I thought I'd join a creative writing board and get some ideas on how to make realistic characters and interesting plots. I could probably use some help on every aspect of book writing. I think those people that many millions on books they write are actually the exception to the rule, but I'd be happy if just a small group of people liked work I did enough that they'd eagerly await chapter updates every week, or however I was putting out the book. Nowadays, I drive myself around, and don't read as much, but I have been reading a few books from series of Ice and Fire, and Maximum Ride. I don't know who the authors are. I think the last name of the Maximum Ride books is Patterson.