Hey there:) my name is Sierra Hope, but you can just call me Sierra.

Facts about me
~i am an actress, i have done one act competitions, plays, and musicals.
~ i play the clarinet
~ i have an obsession with eclairs.
~ i also have an obsession with les miserables
~ I am fifteen.
~ I am addicted to music. I really like all time low, Lana del Rey, Melanie Martinez
and old sixties tunes.
~ I have acrophobia (fear of heights)
~ I have over half a thousand books in my library.

Facts about Writing/reading
~ I am not depressed just because i sometimes write sad things.
~ Yuffie Productions is my favorite internet author.
~ Shelly Crane is my favorite self-published author.
~ Suzanne Collins is my favorite published author.
~ I like para-roms.
~ I like rom-coms
~ I pretty much like anything romance-ish.
~ i do other stuff too though.

So yeah, um, check out my stuff. not really swure how this works yet, so some help would be superb.
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The Godmother's Last Tale

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Description: A great while ago, when the world was full of wonders, something happened that was thought could never be so. A girl, covered with cinder, had a dream that some would hinder, and while most strayed away, there was one who could not keep at bay. A fa...

SierraHope commented on Werewolf Committee - Prologue

The story has a great plot thus far, and you did a great job of introducing it in the first and second chapter, but you do need a little work on the exposition of your characters. By chapter two I know very little about Elina or Lily. You also mention some characters in passing, such as  Hawkins? If this character appears again later in the story, elaborate on him. Tell us who Hawkins is to Elina and why he steals her cookie. If he does not reappear, then cut his character all together from this chapter. Also, the story so far seems very stop and go, and by that I mean that all of your dialogue is  the speaking followed by narration. For example : ("Don't do that! You will get in trouble!" He said, following me down the hall. ) Try to mix it up from time to time with rearranging the narration and dialogue. For example: ( "Don't do that!" He said, following me down the hall. "You will get in trouble!") This will give better pacing to the story, so that your exposition does not feel like one is merely reading a script.
      I hope you aren't offended by my suggestions, I merely wish to give you some constructive criticism to help you improve on your writing.