I won't bore you with details.
All you need to know is I am an up-and-coming author of novels and shorts, trying to put my talents to good use.
When did you first start writing?
I had to do a lot of writing assignments in school, though funny enough, I struggled a lot with it at first when I was younger. I was greatly skilled at it and got remarkable grades for all my assignments; my problem was just being able to create the right ideas and get them on paper. By the time I was fourteen, I was able to start doing stories on my own and took like a fish to water.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I've moved around a lot growing up, starting from Texas, to California, to Ohio, and finally to Arkansas, going back and forth between each place. This has allowed my view of the world and different settings and lifestyles to broaden.
A re-imagining of Wes Craven's "Nightmare On Elm Street". Nancy Thompson has been having nightmares about a "boogeyman" with silver claws in a fiery boiler. After realizing that the man in her dreams presents a very real danger to her, she keeps herself awake while trying to find a way to put an end to her nightmare.