A fun fact about me: in my junior (third) year of high school, I was voted the “Best Writer” in our yearbook.
This is less impressive when you consider that it was probably less a comment on the quality of my writing and more on the fact that, as president of the creative writing club, I was just the first person people thought of when they thought of writing.
(Never mind the fact that my high school was relatively small and our yearbook was digitally created with Microsoft Publisher.)
But that aside, yearbook superlatives are fun! So today, as inspired by this post (which I learned about through Wanderer’s Pen), we’re going to discover where my characters might end up in their hypothetical high school yearbook. I decided to come up with my own list of categories, but shout out to those two blogs for giving me the inspiration!
Anyways, I do talk about my projects every so often, but it’s usually limited to a specific character or incident. So, sort of in the spirit of NaNoWriMo, I decided to share some “fun facts” about my three writing projects. If you’re not familiar with these stories, don’t worry – I’ll link to their “About” pages below.
Without further ado, here’s some trivia you can impress your friends with when I’m rich and famous*
*let’s be honest, that doesn’t usually happen – but hey, I can dream.
Continuing what I did last week, here’s another character questionnaire! Like I mentioned last week, I was inspired by Miranda Kulig at Miranda Writes to do these questionnaires, so be sure to visit her blog too! She gives awesome writing advice. And don’t forget, you can find all these questions for yourself here.
Today, I’m featuring Spencer Rose, the other main character from my Camp NaNo story, “The Show Must Go On.” Spencer is the newcomer in this story, having just met the band when she finds out they’re looking for a drummer. She fits in with the others pretty easily (well, most of them at least). But enough about that – on to the questions!
As I mentioned in my June In Review post, I’m participating in Camp NaNoWriMo this month! We’re almost 2/3 of the way through the month, and I’ve been keeping up with my goal well. Just a little under 14,000 words to go!
Since it’s Camp NaNoWriMo, I wanted to do something fun to introduce you to the two main characters from my story. The story is tentatively titled “The Show Must Go On,” and it’s a sort of companion to another novella I wrote, Summertime. You can read more about both of these projects on my newly-updated Writing page, by the way!