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  1. Oh god, either you live on the north pole or Canada haha... Here it's currently 16°c/ 60.8°f and I'm having breakfast. Yay. Uum, I have a question for you. When did you start writing? I mean, how many years ago. If it's to personal, just don't answer c: but I would love to know how long it takes to have an writing style like this! :)

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    1. Actually I'm closer to the south pole XD still chilly :p it's getting close to midnight here.
      I've always been one to take notes and jot down ideas for things, and in school I was always good at keeping diary or journal assessments. But I didn't start honestly writing with the purpose or intent of creating actual stories until about year 7 or 8 in school (so thirteen or fourteen years old) and I just...I don't know. It just develops as I go, and I pick up tips and little things from reading other people's work and from just editing my own work. So, yes, it does take time, but you probably won't notice the difference until one day BOOM 'holy hell, did I write this? Awesome' ^_^
      Hope that answered that question :) thank you for asking ^_^

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      1. Thank you for answering, haha! It's interesting... because I like writing personally too... but... I suck at novel-like stories... I can do describtions, reasonings, essays and maybe even an average good inner monologue with indirect speech, but the rest? haha good joke... Maybe I'm just not trying hard enough... *shrugs* who knows?

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        1. Practice makes perfect, honestly. If it makes you feel better, I can't write in chronological order. I always get inspired to write things for future chapters and get distracted. Also, I tend to write dialogue first and a LOT OF IT and then I go back over it to flesh things out. So there we go, nobody's perfect :)

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