So yeah, I'm horrible at starting conversations. I have very few friends, but I keep them close and they are good ones. Basically my life consists of (during the school year that is) getting home from school, eating a snack, locking myself in my room and doing my homework. I then take a walk and listen to iPod while enjoying the nice woods we have around us. I then go home and either read, write or I call my friends. I truly have no life, thanks to my shyness. So, it will be tough for me to stray from my shyness even on a board, although it is much easier. My prefered topic of writing is humor. I like to make people laugh, but not in that slap-happy fashion. I like to put it inbetween the lines. For example, my favorite character that I've created is The Pea. He is basically a kid that dresses up as a Pea, and tries to get kids to eat his veggies. Although, it creaps out the parents and many times he has been thrown into jail. I also like to write about insanity, as I think that I'm near insanity. I may or may not, but that doesn't really matter. I mean, insanity is a fun topic. It can become funny, scary... just about any feeling can come from it. It just really matters on how you write it. I have yet to actually finish most of my stories. I've only actually finished two, and one of those was from the 6th grade(when I first started to write) and it's pretty bad. I have problems finishing anything, since I either lose interest or I run out of ideas. Basically, I work on a few stories at a time, building them all up slowly. The chance of me finishing any of them is slim. I personally don't think I'm that great at writing, but my mum begs to differ. That's just a mums opinion though,they don't matter. I am trying to get into poetry, I find that hard since... I've never liked it. I find it pointless to write, since in a story you can write it so much easier and with more detail. I use to have no respect for poetry, but then I got the most amazing English teacher. I told her when we started the poetry unit, that I hated poetry. She said she could change my mind. I thank God I got her for a teacher, as now I have a small respect for it. Ever so much that I actually try and write it myself. As you can see, I like to talk. I'm just normally shy about it, but yeah.