"Sa, Jigoku wo tanoshimina! (Now, enjoy your hell!)" - Kamen Rider Eternal "Crime is common; logic is rare." - Sherlock Holmes "Your eyes are your worst enemy; don't trust them." - Obi-Wan Kenobi Well, what can I say? I started learning to write when I was in Third Grade, when my English teacher gave me a copy of the original Star Wars Trilogy to show me how the Hero's Journey worked. I picked up on it and saw the similarities in Greek Myth, and from then on, I was hooked on writing. Fast forward to Eighth grade, where I tried to learn how to draw but was derailed by the derisive comments of bullets and dissenters. I gave up art and focused primarily on writing, where I got the opportunity to play God with my naysayers as ants in my ink pen magnifying glass. It was here that a teacher found my knack for literature and encouraged me to keep it up. When I was seventeen, I wasn't sure where I wanted to go with my writing until I read the YA novel "Eragon"; I wished I had a writer's background as Christopher Paolini. I sought to make my own literature legacy and got to work on developing my writing style. It took me some years and confidence building, but I'm here on Protagonize with one novel done and self-published on Amazon, and in the works of my second as I write this. So welcome to my profile and hello to you all.