Ivie over at Ivie Writes tagged me (thanks girl!). As I told her, this is what I get for having "wish I could take part in these tag things too!" thoughts. Guess this is the blogging world.
So for the Early Writing Tag, I only have to answer two questions this time. (Not bad.)
What horrendous books did you write as a child?My main horrendous book that comes to mind is one of the first things I wrote when I first got my laptop. The title was Adventures on the Daventry Farm and it basically is about my family holding a summer camp (what??? why???) at our farm, and this cliché, stuck-up, whiny city slicker girl came with her cousin. And I basically was super-cool and awesome and they just quaked in fear of my epicness. My sister was run-of-the-mill boring, and all the horses could talk. *blushes*
What did you learn from them?
It annoys my dear sister when I write books like that.
My family is never going to have a summer camp.
I am not calm nor secretive nor do I drive a landspeeder from Star Wars.
Horses do not talk.
Nor do they really care about making me look cool, either.
BUT I also learned:
Typing stories is actually fun.
Why don't I keep writing?
Except I should not put me in the story.
Because I am not cool.
(And so I moved on to write fantasy, and have never looked back.)
I'm supposed to tag five people (oy!) so I'll give it a try...
Sarah, at Pen of a Ready Writer (my tag fallback)
Melissa over at Quill Pen Writer (if she wants to do this; I dunno)
Andrea (hopefully she won't mind me tagging her) at a Surge of Thunder
The first two person to comment who are not on this list! (cackles)