A day in which you write something is a day well-spent



A day in which you write something isn’t a complete loss.


Writer: I’ve been writing since I was twelve years old. The first book I finished was a children’s book that is yet unpublished. My second book was more successful, and is available on Amazon.com under the title That Fateful Day by Anastasia Marie. My third book I finished during National Novel Writing Month in November 2011, and I’m currently editing and expanding it.

Student: I’m currently attending Lone Star College Montgomery in preparation for my undergraduate studies at Sam Houston State University. I am working towards earning my Bachelor’s Degree in English with a Minor in Education.

Teacher: My overall goal is to become a high school English teacher, and with a few published books under my belt, I’m quite certain I will be welcomed with open arms.

Reader: I am an avid reader of all things fiction, from short stories, science fiction, space operas, high fantasy, and even historical fiction. My inspiring author was Robert Jordan. After reading his extensive Wheel of Time series at thirteen, I was inspired to write my own novel.

Gamer: Despite my gender, I am indeed an avid gamer. Be it Dungeons and Dragons, World of Warcraft, City of Heroes, Everquest, or Star Wars, I’m eager to play.

Bragging rights
Won the 2011 National Novel Writing Month Competition;
was given a place on the Lone Star College President’s List for 2012

Author, Teacher

Lone Star College
English, 2012 – present


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