Jacqueline loves seashells, strawberries, and traveling through time and space via planes, trains, and books. She is currently trying to create couple stories of her own and had way to much fun writing this in third person. Feel free to comment (on any post on this blog): what books should she add to her reading list?


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  1. Hey Jacqueline! Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day and liking a post! I’m a full-time student, too, and sure know how it feels when you’ve got the bug to write – it’s all you want to do! I encourage you 🙂

  2. So “author-ish”–I know, right? Thanks for visiting, liking, following my blog. You gonna join authonomy now? Or maybe you’re already there. In which case, you should let me know so I can read and rate your book. 🙂

  3. Hiya, Jacqueline! I’m liking your blog :] Very encouraging. Questions: have you ever debated writing your book(s) in first person, vs. third person? Just curious (because I have). And did you have any trouble plotting your book BEFORE you started writing? (because I did– too impatient 🙂

  4. Glad to hear you like my blog! 🙂 I sometimes have a hard time deciding which person to write my story in, and I rarely plot out what I’m going to say before I start writing because when the inspiration for the first chapter comes, I have to jot it down and the adventure starts from there:) I’m actually home-schooled as well and have many of the same interests as you (running, tea, learning, mountains, water); so glad you stopped by!!:D

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