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Kensie Baker
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  • Vancouver, BC
  • Canada
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What Kind of Nerdfighter Are You?
The best kind ;D
About Me:
I only recently discovered the awesomeness that is John and Hank Green and what is starting to look like a cult: the Nerdfighters. But I am loving what I'm seeing. Just finished Paper Towns. My favourite non-fantasy book EVER. And I also recently found out that John Green is married. needless to say, I was heavily disappointed.
Also, one day, I too shall become a great author. No matter what they say. :)
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Harry Potter, Paper Towns, Valiant, Tithe, Ironside, The Mortal Instruments, Interview with the Vampire, The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Star Wars, Fight Club, AnythingbyCharlesdeLint, Labyrinth, Spirited Away, The Princess Bride, Doctor Who, and many many more...
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Invisible buckets.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Darth Vader
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
February
Make up your own DFTBA initialism!
Doomsday's Finale To Be Announced

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At 1:48pm on September 1, 2011, sarahalyse said…

This is in response to your post on the Writers group wall (I didn't see a way to reply directly to that post, but I'm new to the Ning!)

Unless the setting is really important to the plot, the most important thing is going to be the story itself. That being said, here are a few tips for deciding on a setting:

If you're concerned about your lack of experience, then just set it in a city you know. I love stories that mention specific landmarks, and knowing that I could go there and stand right where the character would have stood, regardless of whether it's in my own country.

If you feel strongly about not setting the story in Canada, and you'd feel awkward just not saying where it is, make up a fictional town. Making up your own town, with its own neighborhoods and local businesses and quirks can be a lot of fun - see Charles De Lint's "Newford," a city in which he has set most of his books and short stories. And it's in Canada, too!

 

I hope this is helpful to you. Keep writing!

At 10:53pm on June 7, 2011, Toni Macaroni said…
it did a..little... :P
At 8:08pm on June 2, 2011, Toni Macaroni said…
your last status update totally rhymed xD
At 2:19pm on April 26, 2011, Toni Macaroni said…
I know but I panicked! I'll change it later. :)
 
 
 

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