I was tagged to do this by the wonderful @juliamariesparrow for #SpontaneousWriteblr a few days back! <3 Thank you!
Fun Basics Preferred Writing Type (i.e. fanfiction, short stories, non-fiction, novels, scripts): I do a bit of everything, really. Except scripts! I’ve never written a script before.
Favorite Genre(s) to Write: Fantasy. I like the feeling of not having to limit myself in my work :)
Favorite Genre(s) to Read: Fantasy, romance, humour.
Favorite Standalone Book(s): Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, True Grit by Charles Portis, The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood, and Emma by Jane Austen.
Favorite Book Series: Discworld by Terry Pratchett (Even though I haven’t been able to read any of them since he passed away. It makes me so unbelievably sad).
Favorite Movie(s): Pacific Rim, Deathproof, Miss Congeniality, Suckerpunch, Whip It, Legally Blonde, The Princess and The Frog.
Other Fandoms You’re Interested In: I don’t really do fandoms? There’s always wank involved, so I tend to just lurk.
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
—Does it match your personality? Sometimes!
MBTI Type: ENFP
—Does it match your personality well?
Introvert or Extrovert? Extrovert
Favorite Season: Summer!
Hobbies/interests other than writing: Knitting, cooking, and sewing!
Cat person, dog person or both? But I tend to lean slightly in favour of dogs.
Writing Style Nitty-Gritty Number/Names of WIPs:
The Redwood War series
The Things You Don’t See
Down From The Tower
Favorite book about writing: Honestly, I only have ever read one and I hated it ^^”
Planner, Pantser or Plantser? Pantser
Favorite Outlining Method: A cacophony of bullet-points and sticky notes.
Types of blogs you follow for reference: I don’t follow any specific blogs for reference, but I do follow a lot of other writers who post reference posts, sooo…?
Reference topics you would like blog suggestions for: I’m good, thanks :)
Types of blogs you followed for inspiration: Other writers <3 You guys keep me motivated!
Do you write on a schedule or sporadically? Sporadically, but only because I work full-time and on shifts. I write whenever I can.
Any creativity rituals that you use: Make coffee, turn my music on, take my shoes off.
Your Writing Community Current writing/creative communities you participate in: Twitter #AmWriting and #WritersLife, tumblr #Writeblr and #Writelr, and The Dragon’s Rocketship on facebook!
Are you part of any critique groups (local or online)? Nope.
Would you like to find online critique partners/groups? I have mine sorted, honestly.
Would you like to be a beta-reader if someone needs one? Sure, but I have rules. I’m happy to help, though!
How long have you been on Tumblr? One or two years? Um, it’s got to be getting on for about five ^^”
Would you like to be tagged in any writing games/questionnaires? Sure!
How do you feel about being messaged and/or tagged to discuss writing? I hate the PM feature on tumblr, honestly. I’d switch it off if I could. But I’m happy to chat through asks! If you don’t want me to publish it, just end it with an asterisk!
Are you following #365k365day or #spontaneouswriteblr?
Your Online Community Info NaNoWriMo Community Name (if applicable): NeenorROAR Wattpad Community Name (if applicable): - fanfiction.net or AO3 Community Name (if applicable): - DeviantArt Community Name (if applicable): - Patreon Community Name (if applicable): -
i was also gonna be named jane like in jane eyre . my moms favourite book if u hadnt already guessed but then i just didnt come out of my mother as a jane so here i am named after the author of that books sister
Vacant Cinema: Jane Eyre (2011) dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga
I wish a woman could have action in her life, like a man. It agitates me to pain that the skyline over there is ever our limit. I long sometimes for a power of vision that would overpass it, if I could behold all I imagine. I’ve never seen a city. I’ve never spoken with men. And I fear my whole life will pass.
Jane Eyre Moodboard - “I remembered that the real world was wide, and that a varied field of hopes and fears, of sensations and excitements, awaited those who had the courage to go forth into its expanse, to seek real knowledge of life amid its perils.”