Hello! I write YA fantasy / fantasy romance and I have a number of WIPs. I’m looking for long-term CPs who could help me brainstorm my stories (if you’re strong with plotting, I’d like to hear from you!), finish my drafts and revise – though you don’t have to do all three and a one-off review is also fine! Note I tend to write in first-person POV.
Some of my favorite authors are: Sarah J. Maas, Holly Black, Renee Ahdieh, Brigid Kemmerer, Shelby Mahurin, V.E Shwab.
I love spending time in nature, watching Netflix shows and playing with my dog.
YA fantasy (high or urban), fairy tales, paranormal, contemporary romance, dystopian. Strong female leads. Being transported in a new and magical world.
Graphic violence (fight scenes/mild violence is okay), abuse/PTSD, highly steamy. I’m a sensitive person so need content warnings before undertaking a project.)
My current WIP is set in a school for divinities and other mythological beings in the modern world. When Luna turns 16, she’s told she must attend this school and unlock her gift. There she faces unexpected mysteries. Strange things start to happen that threaten both the school and herself. It’s a coming-of-age, YA urban fantasy novel, with a love triangle romance, friendships, and adventure.
I have a few other YA fantasy novels I’m working on set in different worlds (more high fantasy). Most are written in first-person POV and also third person.
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