Interview with Makayla Scull

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy of writing for me is how inspiring words can be if put the right way. It amazes me more and more, as I read many great books by wonderful people. Another thing is how you could make anything happen in your work, whether it's flying pigs or a missing jewel, and readers will still appreciate it for what it is. It's amazing how writing works!
What are you currently working on?
At the time, I'm working on an eBook called The Final Analysis, and also another called The Price of Magic. I'm really proud of my work on them so far, and I hope you'll appreciate it when they come out, because I've worked so hard on them. Truthfully, it's they're the only stories that I'm truly driven to finish. Most of my stories get lost or I don't know how to continue them, or I just get tired of it. But this one is different, and I've never been so inspired, so driven. By the way, you can read my progress on both on Wattpad.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Well, other than writing, I'm just an average thirteen year-old girl. I play the French Horn, an instrument that I truly love, and I get straight As in all of my classes. There's not much to me, really, other than the fact that I love writing, and I'm a complete bibliophile and fangirl.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
No, but I do remember that I was proud of my work, even though it was just plain, everyday life. I think, if I can remember right, that it had something to do with a dog, I'm not entirely sure.
What is your writing process?
Usually, I get a good idea in my head from who knows where, and then start thinking of a captivating plot. After that, I just let my hands do all the work, whether I'm typing or physically grasping a pencil. Then, I end up with a story, but I usually don't finish my stories.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I usually use my Nook Simple Touch that I recieved as a Christmas gift when I was in the fifth grade.
Published 2014-04-09.
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