I like to write fiction.
National Novel Writing Month is an amazing thing that happens every November. It's a creative writing project that challenges its participants to write a 50,000 word novel in thirty days. I first participated in NaNoWriMo in 2010, and I've completed it five times since then. I've linked them to the right, but I do not recommend reading them because they are not examples of good writing! They are password-protected, but you'll be able to find the answer with some brief thinking.
A brief summary of the things I've written
I wrote Expectation in 2014 in the least amount of time of all of these novels. The majority of it is an autobiography and it gets very personal at times.
Self-Referential Meta-Irony features a group of college students who find themselves inexplicably entwined with the politics of the north pole, which include Santa's authoritarian rule over the north pole, an elven uprising, and lengthy discussions of irony.
Stuck consists of a series of episodic chapters about a boy who finds himself waking up in completely new situations. A classic "just-started-college" story. Where is he stuck? Or rather, what is he stuck in?
Chaos is set in a post-apocalyptic, world where the elite group of scientists who control society has vanished, leaving chaos and zombies in their wake. This one relishes in its own fantasy tropes, following four heroes as they travel across parallel universes to save the world.
A Star in the Skye is my first novel, about a girl who washes up on a beach with no memory. Embarrassing asides, unnecessary plot twists, a giant worm - this one has got it all.
Self-Referential Meta-Irony (2013)
A Star in the Skye (2010)
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