I’m just a simple person who likes to indulge in the world of romance. Through my writing, I let my imagination pour out. So, yes, I’m a writer. At least, that’s what I’ve been told.
Writing is like painting to me. Whilst artist paint with their brushes, I use my pen. My palette is filled with a plethora of words that I can mix and match to create a spectrum of colors for my painting. My inspiration? A beautiful illusion.
In reality, writing is an integral part of my occupation. No, I’m not a professional writer, but I do write technical documents, papers, etc. a lot. Enough about the least exciting part about me.
So far, I’ve written only fan fiction. As you can see from the theme of this page, romance is my preferred genre. However, I don’t want to limit myself should inspiration come to me in the form of a plot for a mystery.
Those of you who have had the opportunity to read my works may see that I’ve applied a variety of writing styles to my works. I like to experiment. I guess no matter what – I just can’t run away from my inclination to utilize ‘science’ as it has been ingrained in my nature. I’ve written from first, second, and third perspectives, even jumbling all of them together while using and mixing present, past, and past perfect tenses all in a single scene. I know you writing guru must be appalled by that as you slap a hand to your mouth. What an atrocity!
So what? I write solely for my own enjoyment. At least, that is what I used to think. Yes, I admit – I was wrong. While I’ve found writing to be rather enjoyable, being able to share my works with others makes it even better and finding someone who truly like reading my stories multiplies the enjoyment factor by 10. And that’s the true reward for me.
Writers, regardless professional or amateur in nature, thrive on their readers. But how will they know if somebody is reading their story if nobody tells them? This is why readers are encouraged to be more vocal and less shy in expressing their opinions and thoughts. Constructive feedback is something that a writer cannot live without. It is indispensable and invaluable to writers and can only help them to improve their skills. That being said, I do hope that you are convinced by now that I will welcome and appreciate all your comments and suggestions.
I do make mistakes, a lot of them, sometimes even without noticing them. And this is when I rely on my editors/beta readers. But since my editors are still human who are prone to make mistakes, they may have overlooked a couple of those pesky minute errors. So if you catch anything that reads odd for whatever reason, no matter how silly it may sound, please let me know.