Avid Reader - Wannabe Writer - Teacher To Be
22 years old
Studying education for ages 10 to 13.
Living in South Africa.
I love YA, MG and PB
Favorite YA Author: Maggie Stiefvater
Favorite MG Author: Rick Riordan
Favorite PB’s: Beekle the Unimaginary Friend, Fish and Snail and the Princess and the Peas
A knight goes on a journey to rescue a damsel, but he’s the one left gasping in distress.
“There’s a princess in need of rescue,”
said the royals to the Knight.
“She’s guarded by a creature
and it’s bound to pick a fight.”
“You must save the fair maiden
with strength and wit and power!”
“You must defeat the beast,
guarding that wicked tower.”
The Knight looked all around and said,
“I fear no beast, so come what may,
I swear that I’ll complete this quest
and soon be on my way.”
I have a YA WIP on the back burner and am playing around with another concept.
I am planning to write 2 more PB’s for “The Dragon’s Tower”.
I would like to write MG in the future.
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