Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Relli Kaross, Oct 8, 2015.
Hello and welcome!! If you need help finding an avatar or have any questions, don't hesitate to let me know!!
CJ = Criminal Justice. My concentration is Homeland Security and Terrorism studies. It is really really interesting
Thank you so much, Amrylin!! (Mother?) I am so excited to move forward within the site. It has been such a rewarding experience already
I used to get in so much trouble in class for reading when I wasn't supposed to be. My parents would take away the books for a week or so if I did it too much and got too many notes sent home, and it was excruciating! Most effective punishment ever!!!!!
Hi and welcome! I loved your link between studying psych and analyzing characters. I'm sure that's lead to some pretty interesting rabbit trails about authors as well? I can't wait to see you on the forums. Please tell free to message me if you have any questions or just need to chat!
Absolutely! I find myself wondering what characters reflect the authors the most, and if the authors are aware that they are projecting themselves, and whether or not the authors are trying to sort through their own internal conflicts as they write. I feel like writing is such a powerful outlet for emotion, a lot of authors definitely put themselves on the page a lot more than they/other people expect.
Welcome to Tar Valon !
I am late to the party .... sorry about that.
If you have any questions, or just want to chat, feel free to message me .
Hello Lydia. Haven't seen you post around before. Can you tell me what 1+1 is?
I knew it! I was waiting to see if anything else popped up.
lol I read it too and was like hmm I see nothing wrong here... then yep!!!!
well done @Elia LePhant she has a good eye haha, I probably wouldn't have caught that.
They are getting way too specific. They love books so much and want to be a writer and whoops just casually putting that spam link in there for us nbd. But yeah this thread is from 2015 so their casual hello was pretty suspect.
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