When Nina opens her eyes, she sees nothing but darkness. She is alone, with no idea where she is. She w...
University student. Struggling writer. Addicted to chocolate and basically every type of cookie on the planet. Procrastinator. Thinks she's born in the wrong era. That's basically all you need to know about me. Seriously, I don't know what else to tell you guys. Ever since I was a young teenager, I was interested in books and the art of storytelling. English is my opinion the most beautiful language and I try to honor that by not murdering the language in my books and stories. And I guess that's why I'm here, hoping you guys think I'm good enough to get published one day. Speaking of books, my focus (for the moment) lies on The Humanity Switch and I will appreciate any kind of comment you might leave me. So there's that. No pressure though. *cough*go read it*cough* Any questions or complaints, please feel free to leave me a message or PM ~Katerina
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This was a great read! You really conveyed all their underlining emotions and thoughts in such a short piece. With some editing this could be an even better and more beautiful story!
@liv-a-little thank you for that lovely comment and the vote! I'm sorry I made you cry though! :)
@Macy_Filia it's contemporary fiction. I've discovered that's the genre that fits me the best but I still love paranormal so I'm going to try my hand at it again sometime soon :)
Thank you for all these wonderful comments both on this story and on my short story! The truth is, this is the only part I've written. I outlined almost the entire book (in my head it was supposed to be a novel, not so much a short story) but then my writing confidence took a hit and I stopped writing altogether. But recently, ever since NaNoWriMo, I've gotten back into writing and actually reached the 50.000 word goal with another story. Anyway... the point is that I'm working on that story first (which is Teen Fiction and which I might or might not post here someday when my exams are over). But I did recently come back to this prologue and noticed that it wasn't as bad as I'd thought. I still like the idea and maybe now or somewhere in the near future I'll have more confidence to actually write it. And it definitely helps to know that there's someone out there who likes the idea too so thanks again! :)
Thank you so much for that lovely comment! I really appreciate it and thanks for the vote, too :)
@breakingoutboy I was worried there for a second but I'm glad you seemed to have enjoyed my story. And thank you for voting! :)
It's even better than I remember. I'm seriously jealous of the way you're able to describe in such detail. The emotions are all right there in the open for us to see/read, yet I know there's so much more we don't get to see until later in the story. I can't wait!
Hello to you and your adorable baby tiger icon! Thank you for the follow :)