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Let's play two truths and a lie. Ready?
1. The first story I wrote was in third grade. It was about a young girl who didn't know she was adopted despite being a different race than her "birth parents". Only when she discovers a quilt knitted by her biological mother does she begin ask questions. After embarking on a harrowing quest to find the truth about her roots, she ends up alone in a desert where she has a vision that influences her to live with her birth family.
2. I've wanted to be a writer since elementary school, but I'd be equally happy as a software engineer. I love all things computer and technology.
3. Neighborly Love, my first publication in Splickety Magazine, was based on the true story of when I got locked out of my freshman dorm room in nothing but a towel. On the first day of classes. At 8am, when most of my hall mates were still sound asleep. And I hadn't made any friends yet. Luckily, a sweet hall mate lent me something to wear, and I sulked across campus in her blue spandex shorts and Mickey Mouse t-shirt to the building where I needed to get a spare key. I still made it to class on time. Because I'm that awesome.
Okay. Are you ready to guess?
*Cue Jeopardy music*
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The two truths were #1 and #3.
The lie is #2. Hell is lined in 0 and 1s. That's a binary code reference. It's the only thing I learned in my computer coding class during college.
If I weren't a writer, I'd want to be a WWE Superstar or a Godiva Chocolate Tester.
Oh, and I'm terrible at grammar. I'm sure you've noticed.