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"I write to give myself strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I'm afraid of. ― Joss Whedon"

Status:  My life is so mysterious, so full of mystery.  I never know what's going on anymore.


What's Going On:    I've said it before, but hopefully this time I mean it.  I am only working one job while I'm attending college this year, so hopefully I'll have more time to do what I love.  Should have plenty of time, now it's a matter of inspiration.  If you're still around, I'd love to hear from you guys again.  


Hello, fellow Protager. My name is Keegan. I love to write, as I think is the same for most of us. I also love to read, which is how I came to love writing.  I've been with Protagonize for forever, it feels like, and I'm really sorry that I don't get on as much as I used to.  But I'm working on finding my magic again.

My ongoing works are linked below, if you'd like to take a look.  The first is a fantasy/fairy-tale, in which I'm trying desperately to avoid the clutches of cliché.  The second is an experiment I'm toying with. The piece is in the Sci-fi genre.  Now, I'm in uncharted territory for myself here, so if you decide to take a look and find that I'm entirely wrong about something, corrections and recommendations are absolutely encouraged and appreciated.

Additionally, I recently wrote a short memoir about my life.  I know many will relate to it, and I hope you will find solace in knowing you are not alone.  If you would like to read that, it is Here

Want to get to know me a little?

My favorite book, if I could ever choose just one, (I can't choose only one) is the Inkheart Trilogy.  Definitely #1 in my heart, it's the first book I ever loved before I really found my passion for the books and word stuff.   Other favorites are The Book Thief, the Inheritance series, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Fahrenheit 451, Tale of Desperaux, Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, Harry Potter, Flowers for Algernon, etc.

I firmly believe Cornelia Funke and J.R.R. Tolkein are the greatest authors ever.  

I'm a bit of an odd ball, and I suck at socializing.  

This is all I can think of. However, if you want to know more, feel free to talk to me.  I welcome critiques and feedback, and getting comments always makes my day--even if it's just to say hello.  :)

Hope your day is hella stellar.  <3

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