Rachel

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Throughout my years of writing, I've learned to not be afraid to try all of the genres out there. Mixture of genres helps me expand my imagination, and create more unique writing.

Humor: Helps heal the heart. Gives you a moment to forget about the bad, and only the good times.

Horror: Gives you a taste of having your palms sweat, heart beat a thousand times a minute, fear pulsing through your veins, and the thrill of just being scared itself. It's not a bad thing to get scared, it's just another emotion inside you.

Fantasy: Takes you to a world you never thought was possible. Gets your mind curious of the world. Tricks you on what's real and what's not. Gives you a taste of freedom.

Fiction: You can call it fake, but the scenarios seem real, and you can relate to a lot of it. It's makes you wonder if life can be like that, unknowing that it's a fantasy, or a reality. Maybe it just can be both.

Nonfiction: Gives you a reality check. Things can happen, even if they seem impossible. Makes you believe you have a chance in the world.

Mystery: Gets you thinking. Gets the curious side of you exposed. You will become shocked, thrilled, and anxious.

Erotic: A fantasy that you think you shouldn't have, but still have anyhow. Gets you curious of the other sex, or the same sex gender. Nothing to be ashamed of, it's just a story, right?

Romance: Let the butterflies flutter, palms sweat, heart race, cause you're reading someone else love story. You don't have to be a love expert to know how it feels when someone's in love. It's all in the books.

Science Fiction: No need to be called a nerd to read this, it's just all about future, and all that. Makes you wonder how it's like to live in the future. Is it there, or not? Makes us believe in what the future can become.

Journal: Getting to know someone's mind helps you get to know yours. It makes you think what you would do in that character's situation. Also, gets you attached to the character who grew to love, or hate.


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Posted 8 Years Ago


Have a blessed week (Chris)

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Well... I've actually had this idea for a long time now but I'm afraid it's too overused or cliche, that my writing might not be original or creative. I've heard people say it's the way you 'tell' the story that makes it interesting but still... :I

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Oh! Okay then. Thanks for answering my questions~
Do you flesh out the plot-line when you work on a book before you start to write it?
Sorry for the question(s). >_<;;
I'm still kind of new to writing, especially when it comes to books... :(

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Woah, so can the Gems mate? o.O
Then what is Ruth's physical age?

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Rachel, I have a question. :O
The characters in your book "The Last Green Ruby", how old are they, especially the main characters?

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Posted 8 Years Ago


It was good, definitely want to read more ; )

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Posted 8 Years Ago


I'll be sure to keep that in mind then! How many stories are you currently working on?

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Posted 8 Years Ago


I actually only read the books on your Writerscafe and the stories on Facebook. I want to read more from you, but we hardly ever see each other in school often! :(

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Posted 8 Years Ago


I can see that you have many stories to tell and give. :)
And developing characters, settings, plot, etc, is a bit hard for me to do. There are infinite amount of ideas but I just can't seem to make it fit together and flow, like you can't jump from one thing to another. xD
And I expect a lot of stories from you! I can't wait to read your books! They are just amazing! And thanks for the review too!

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Most of the time, but I write stories too. I have a couple of them I'm working on but on hold or still thinking of the plot-line and characters. They're still a bit too underdeveloped. And I see you're a writer. :P