My name is Lola, and I'm a lover of books, having read probably at least give or take a few hundred or so by now... I enjoy not only pulp fiction, but also classics from different cultures and histories from around the world. My favorite authors would have to be going by country.
In English, Rowling and Stephen King's works, along with classics like The Odyssey.
In Chinese, well other than classics and folklore and mythology, there is Jin Yong with his many martial art fictions.
I am also focused on social issues so I hope to incorporate that into my new works.
When did you first start writing?
When I was in Middle School was when my writing began to take form, it began with poetry and art. I never was into writing before then.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Spreading knowledge, especially about social issues. I think it's vital to a functioning society. Though I would never claim to be an expert since I'm still in school.
A small collection of poems dealing with grief, sorrow and lose. In the memory of someone very dear. Including his philosophies and values. I hope that readers can enjoy this collection, while taking in mind the bits of philosophy in here.
A collection of poems targeting issues that we are facing in society, some encouraging, others showing a darker side that is ignored. From human motivation to how the mainstream media tries to mislead us while at the same time distorting facts. A journey of mind in finding out about truth and self, and the changes that come with them over time.
A series of poems on the human condition, on the issues faced by society, and how deadly it is. If you'd enjoyed my previous work "Apocalypse Melodies", this is a follow up, but with a more specific topic in mind. Enjoy.
An analysis of American pop culture through historical lens, various factors are looked it to see how the entertainment industry is able to produced celebrities such as the Kardashians and Miley Cyrus and how they have such large followings. And what it means for North American society.
The American military has ventured out on many missions within the last few decades. Their adventures had a great amount of support at the beginning but now it's weaning. It is a burden on American society. But the MIC was able and still is flourishing under the structures of American society, this is explored. The main focus being how domestic habits cause international ripples.