It’s been awhile.
I’m not sure if I’m going to be posting actively on this blog anymore. Of course, I’ll still be posting on my two blogs, Standing Firm in My Faith &American Girl World, but expect to only see a post every month or so. I love posting on here, and it’s been such an amazing tool to help me grow as a writer, but I’d rather focus on my actual writing and my other blogs.
Well, anyways, here’s the main part of the post: The Get to Know You Tag!
Tag 11 other bloggers
Let’s get started!
Names: I don’t share my real name openly on the internet, but my username is EmeraldPhoenix or Emmie for short.
Hair Color and Length: I’ve got shoulder-length blonde hair with side bangs and brown lowlights.
Eye Color: A green-brown hazel.
Braces/Piercings/Tattoos: I have a sparkly blue retainer and pierced ears, no tattoos (thankfully)
Righty or Lefty: Righty all the way, but I wish I was ambidextrous (both righty and lefty).
Ethnicity: I’m mostly white American, with some German and Polish roots.
Novel Written: A fantasy called On the Wrong Side of the Bed. It was… interesting.
Novel Completed: OWSB was also my first ‘novel’ to complete (it was more of a short story, because it was only 16,000 words)
Award for Writing: None yet!
Conference: I’ve never been to one, but I really want to!
Novel (That You Wrote): Definitely The Huntress, I really like the characters!
Genre: To write? Probably fantasy. To read, I would say contemporary MG.
Authors: That’s a hard one! I like Rachel Ciane and James Patterson.
Writing Music: Instrumental electronic music from YouTube is probably my favorite.
Time to Write: Just before dinner.
Writing Snack/Drink: I don’t usually eat when I’m writing.
Movie: 100000000% The Greatest Showman. Hands down favorite movie ever.
Writing Memory: Reaching my Camp NaNo goal last July. That felt amazing!
Reading: Re-reading Wishtree, the Bible
Writing: A super-secret AGSM script, The Huntress, short story for Kaylyn’s magazine
Listening to: The football game playing on TV, thunder
Want to be published: YES! Getting published is my dream goal, but it feels so far away into the future, it’s hard to believe it might actually happen someday.
Indie or Traditional: My ultimate goal is to get traditionally published, but I’ll probably start indie for practice.
Wildest goal: Visit all 50 states, get published, meet all of my blogging friends
Anyone who can relate to any of these answers!