I write novels about Somatoform disorders in men and boys. Kidnapping is a common theme for me. My fiction is experimental, cinematic and literary. Cope Syndrome is my prize project, and has been in progress for over six years.
I write by means of a hierarchical system of muses that live in the Palace Nouvelle. It is an intuitive psychological construct which I have learned to consciously command. I have synesthesia, psychomotor agitation and an oral fixation with menthol.
My writing has been published internationally. I am seeking professional representation. My first published work was a horrid post apocalyptic romance I wrote at thirteen in an attempt to use a female protagonist. I was an editor for Elementia and a professional presenter on the art of fiction while home schooling. I'm now an undergraduate studying creative writing and film, and a transcriber for MuggleNet Academia.
I started writing at the age of five because I loved the tactility of it. I kept writing because I want to articulate masculine archetypes. I've published fiction, non fiction, and poetry. Horse back riding, piano, and French are also practices of mine. I believe in God as I breathe.
I have a betta fish and a beta muse. My other interests besides writing and film include neuroscience, graphic design, fashion photography and animal psychology.
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