*Username: RosalynLivna

Age: 16

*Gender: Female

How old were you when you started writing? When did you start? - I started writing stories when I was about 6. I never had much of an interest to write, I thought it was boring and I didn't understand it. Plus I was a perfectionist as a child (psh and as a teenager) and impatient so I would start something, not be happy with it then leave it unfinished. I read more than I ever wrote. I consumed books. 

What was your first story, could we read it? - My first story was written when I was 9 and it was about a Knight who was journeying through many difficult destinations and faced many trials. Inspired by "Pilgrims Progress" all the way. 

What are you working on right now? - Well.....several things. I am working on a piece at the moment called "Letters to Pieces of Me" which I am writing and saying things to people I would never ever say in real life. I am also working on "This Place of Wandering" which is poems that express my personal struggles and such. I am wanting to start a fiction story, set in historical times, I not sure what I want to do with that yet. 

Where do you get inspiration? - My life struggles. The joy, the pain, the anger, the tears, the sadness, the happiness, the cold, the apathetic. Music. Pictures. My past. My hope for the future. Stories of others. My random thoughts. 

When is your favourite time to write? - Hahaha anytime I feel like it! Usually at night though. 

Do you prefer collaborative works or solo, do you like both? - COLLABS. I adore them cause I get inspiration from others so easily. I like solo's though too. :)

How did you find Protagonize, are you on any other popular writing sites (Booksie, smashwords, wattpad ect.) - I actually heard about it from a lovely friend of mine on here, and was interested because I hadn't written in a long time, and decided to join! I posted some stuff, got some amazing feedback from people who were way too encouraging, and continued to write! 

Anything else that you would like to share about yourself or your writing?

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