I started writing seriously during my junior year in high school, when I wrote my first book, 'Kinemortophobia: The Fear of the Undead'. I was originally going to expand on that universe to make it into a trilogy, but soon realized that the writing style wasn't very effective, the plot was sub-par, and the story was all-around wonky. I've taken a two year break from writing and am aiming to get back into it soon with a fresh start.
What do your fans mean to you?
For any fans I may have, they mean the absolute world to me. Just the knowledge that I have one person who likes my writing and my content inspires me to keep ideas in my head for a good story to tell.
What are you working on next?
I've been tossing a few ideas back and forth in my head. I'm trying to make a unique story like I did with 'Kinemortophobia: The Fear of the Undead', but make it a bit more believable and easier to follow. Something in the Sci-Fi genre maybe.
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