Around the age of 16, I discovered my dream. I wanted to be a writer, though due to my late realization, I got a bit of a late start. It wasn’t until I graduated high school and put all the extra responsibilities behind me for some time that I’d really gotten to explore my writing capabilities.

First, I experimented with a Wattpad book called, “Moth Girl,” which did attract some readers. Unfortunately, the older, eighteen year-old version of myself found the story to be much too, “edgy,” so she took it down. (Thankfully, I still have it, and I’m saving it for the future).

Later,  I went on to experiment with poetry, and wrote a collection of sixteen poems. I entitled this book, “Human,” as it focused on the human condition. However, I was still not satisfied, so I decided to start this blog to speak about my disappointment, hoping that, in the end, I could find a resolution.

Then, much to my own surprise, I really came to like this thing called blogging, and that’s how I got here today!

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15 Comments Add yours

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    1. dainellehunter says:

      🙂 Thank you!!!!


  2. Hello! Ive nominated you for the quotes challenge – hope you can take part 🙂


    1. dainellehunter says:

      I’d love to, but I’m afraid I need an explanation.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Oh sorry! I forgot to mention that the rules are on my latest post 🙂


      2. dainellehunter says:


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  3. skybite95 says:

    Wooo, just dropping by to say Helllloo! I discovered your post on Mytrendingstories.com and thought that it was pretty good.

    I wish you well in your writing career!

    It’ll be worth it! 😀

    Liked by 1 person

    1. ddbooks says:

      Thank you! 🙂


  4. You have ‘touched my heart’, for what it’s worth ….:)


    1. a hopeless dreamer says:

      It’s worth a whole lot! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  5. It’s never to learn to write or read, for that matter, Danielle. Good luck in your writing journey!

    Liked by 1 person

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