21 years old
Current Statusis writing a new book!
If you write in more than one area, what is your next most favoured genre?FantasyAre your reading habits ...?SophisticatedWho is your favourite author(s)?Anthony Horowitz, Johnathan Stroud, Eoin Colfer, Christopher Paolini and J.K. RowlingAnd your all time favourite books? (You can change these at any time, by the way ...)Eragon/ the inheritance series, artemis fowl/ the series, harry potter/ the series, the amulet of samarkand, the golem's eye, ptolemy's gate and alex rider/ the seriesWhat are your working habits when you write?Perfectly balancedAre you the edit-every-sentence-ten-times type, or do you prefer to let rip?Some self-editingYour ultimate writing ambition?Publish the trilogy I am planning on writing.Your worst habit?Leaving the work for periods of weeks.Your opinion on the books industry?I deeply respect the good folk of publishingWhere do you write?On my laptop at home, and at school.
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I love to write fiction, though I only finish books by forcing myself to work through to the end, if the action was at the start, I'd never finish. I take my cues mainly from books that I have read. I enjoy creative writing and my ultimate ambition is to be published, yes, but also to teach either English or Creative writing, by holding individual teenager's classes. As I recently found out that by 2049 the average laptop will be smarter than the average supergenius (of which I am classed, IQ 143, supergenius being 140 plus) I feel that writing will be increasingly ignored, I dont want that to happen.
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by Mandalore_15 7 years agoSorry to bring this up, but "supergenius" doesn't start at 140, rather 165/170ish. I have an IQ of 147 and I am certainly no genius (in the classical sense)!
Not trying to be rude or anything, I just think one should have realistic expectations. To be honest, IQ is a flawed scale anyway... XD
well clockwise man, i just went through a writersliterary company, though i found it too expensive, they told me that my work has commercial potential so i have now decided that i'm going to self publish through www.lulu.co(m/.uk) i can't remember which. it will cost me roughly 2.80 per book, marketed for 4.99/3.99
by The Clockwise Man 8 years agoWow your actually getting published at the age of 13!!! What an inspireation! Youll have to give me a few pointers
Thanks guys, I have gone through a childrens' literary agency and have been represented by them, and through them I have beenreffered to a publishing service. Before they see my work though, I am going through a critique and editing process. This was about two weeks ago, when I started the entire process. Though the emails I have recieved are impersonal, they are very helpful.
3cheers4joe!!!! and yeah, do tell: what/when/where???
by Viveka 8 years agoCongratulations!
by Caducean Whisks 8 years agoCongratulations, Joe! What? When? Where?
oops...sorry bout that JOE!!! have 8windows open - multi tasking nightmare. extraho? the journey sounds like a great op to dev a character - go for it!
Hi Sumayya, it's JOE. I will do that, I think. I need to develop one of the charaters more, so I will. Thanks for the idea. By the way, if you ever want a book, it's called Extraho.
hi john - dont worry - u'll get over it. if theres nothing dramatic happening en route, you can use the chapter to fill in some blanks perhaps, reg some of the characters - have them chat about some incident in the past that may explain some action/behaviour in the present or smthing along those lines. if its been high drama up to this journey - you could also use it for some comic relief. alternately - if theres nothing important to add - you could scrap the chapter altogether and have them set off at the end of the previous one and arrive at their destination in the chapter after.