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What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
My friends. My friends and also my elder brother. My friends have pulled me back from the edge of the darkness, they have saved my life and kept me sane ((for the most part)).
Who are your favorite authors?
Oh I love so many.
Edger Allen Poe
Also love so many more that I currently can't think of or can't spell.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Garden of Eve- It had a little twisted/dark story that had rang out to my soul.
Every souls a star- The fact that there maybe star crossed people who are simply friends.
Diary of Anne Frank- The way she worries about her friends and puts others above herself.
Timekeeper- This story had reminded me of a few people in my past who made a very large impact on me and my path I'm on.
The fall of house of usher- It has a twisted/dark story line. That I had fallen head over heels for the darkness that cloaks this story and the writer.
Describe your desk
Cluttered with random trinkets, sketches, random assortment of odds and ends, and a few unfinished projects/crafts I work on in my free time.
What do you read for pleasure?
I read stories with darker light to them, or I read fanfiction stories. Recently I have started liking Steampunk stories as well.
What do your fans mean to you?
I don't think I have fans currently/possibly ever. So to me they'd mean a lot. If they have suggestions for me please write to me or something.
What are you working on next?
I am working on a few fanfictions. Also helping out a writer on a fanfiction story.
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