This is possibly like the tenth time I've said something about the books that I'm writing and for the first time in my life, when I told my mom that I was working on a book, she actually asked me if I wanted to submit it. I was like: No way, because no one is going to get this book because this is stuck in the middle of a bunch of other books.
Okay, so I am writing books, and I first started when I was in third grade. There, I wrote a small book (that had three paged chapters HA) called Fly High, Little Butterfly, and it was about a bunch of girls that were best friends who lived in this parallel world with these huge spirits that you can obtain and take control called Powergirls. (Weird how guys would have them ^_~) The girls watched this thing called the Parade of Butterflies that happen every year and they also tend to the butterflies when ever they fall out of the sky to their health. Which brings up the huge question: CAN YOU HEAL A BUTTERFLY BACK TO ITS ORIGINAL HEALTH?!
I didn't think so.
After that, in fifth grade, we were reading Hatchet by Gary Pulsen, and our teacher wanted us to write a prediction in a story format from where we were standing. Out of twenty one students, only two got higher than Ds and Fs. One happened to be my friend Philip and the other was me. I got an A out of TWENTY ONE STUDENTS. That, in my time, was pretty impressive. The only thing that I didn't do right was explain why the water was murky. The prediction went that Brian would find a cat tail, use it like a snorkel and swim to the bottom of the lake where the plane was. He would then, grab the survival kit that was still stuck in the plane and get out. That's kinda how I did it.
After awhile, I began to write fan-fictions for the former popular anime show Digimon and submitting them online. If you look on Animeadmirers.com for Digimon, a girl named digimon_dreamer or Cheyser13 that was me. I wrote those. Then, I changed to write Naruto and this thing called Dream Team. It was similar to the Powergirls with having the parallel world and Earth, but they didn't use the Powergirls that much.
The Book Keeper Destiny came out when I wanted to end the Dream Team. They were the enemies of the Dream Team and killed most of them with their guardian powers. I scratched that out and now the BKD is a lot better and cleaner. And before, Katelyn, the protagonist came from a huge dark abyss and I kinda didn't like that negative feeling in her. She still has some of it, but I cleaned it up a bit.
Here's the summary for the first book of the BKD: Katelyn Bronx has been hiding under aliases and lies. In fact, her name, Katelyn Bronx is a full alias. A huge secret that no one else besides her Book Keeper Master, Namene, is that she was supposed to be dead in a freak car crash in Wisconsin if it wasn't for Namene to clone her and make Leslie (Katelyn's real name) look much more gruesome. But when a friend of Namene and his student trashes the Seattle apartment, Katelyn finds herself stuck with dealing with her neglecting Master and the new student. Where will she turn next?
I usually don't have chapter names, just go by Chapter One. But there is just one book that goes paralell to the Book Keeper Destiny that has the chapter names after characters in the book. Like the first chapter is Anne of Petrion (one of the cities) Part One
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