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    hello!

    Hi everybody. I came upon this forum by browsing random writing blogs online. Figured i'd join and talk to fellow writers. I started writing scripts in high school for short films. After working on a few short films, and realizing it wasnt for me, I thought about what else I wanted to do.I then knew that my desire to make film, was based upon the fact that I wanted to create stories. So from there I focused my efforts solely on writing. So far ive written a few short stories, and am currently writing my first novel.

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    sounds like we're both hooked, welcome

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