My name is Will Tibbits, I am a writer and musician and I am on the autism spectrum.
I suppose I could be known variously as William, Will, Bill or Billy.
More of my sources will come soon.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
There are many other things I enjoy besides writing. I think what I mainly like is music. My favorite musical genre is folk, but I don't exclude other genres. I spend a lot of time playing music, as well as singing. I also like to go to social events such as festivals and parties; that way I have a steady balance between being alone and being around a bunch of other people.
Who are your favorite authors?
There are many authors that I admire, most of whom are children's authors: Robert Munsch Frank Asch E.B. White Shel Silverstien Dr. Suess Richard Scarry Peter Spier Jasper Tomkins Mercer Mayer Maurice Sendak Steven Kellogg Eric Carle Beverly Cleary Jan Brett James Marshall Arnold Lobel Sandra Boynton
This story is told in free style poetry and it concerns an incident that happened on the fictional land of Parlaratis Island on December 29th, 1930.
Parlaratis Island is a fictional island off the coast of the Pacific Northwest. On Monday, December 29th, 1930, two twenty-six year old men, by the name of Bailey Hermanum and Scott Brozzlehaim disappeared without a trace. This story focuses around the event, being told by a narrator ninety years later.
Predicted date for next chapter: April 11th, 2023
"Our story begins on a planet far off
That was known as the Planet Gaelarmy,
Where the King had ordained that a battle be fought
At the risk of the lives of his army."
This continuing story, told in verse, tells of the events that occur based around a planet called Gaelarmy.
Predicted date for next issue: June 11, 2022
How did Parlaratis Island get its name?
What does the name even mean?
‘Parlaratis’ was not the island’s original name, the name was given by explorer, Adalard Kazajjetioheim after he had witnessed five times what he felt was quite ghastly!
Sparky the Spiral and Zelda the Zigzag both want to be alone; they are free-drawn shapes and that is just their nature. They are each told that if they had half a heart then they would be more polite and helpful, and that is just what they are about to get!