In our lifetime, we spend six years of our lives dreaming. Hmm…
I love reading books from each category and by my favourite authors. From them, I’ve been inspired to dream to write a duet novel. However despite my one of my main, big dreams, I have also wanted to be a joint author, share ideas and write a novel with my favourite author/s. I think it’ll be interesting and really, really fun. It will be an honour to work with these amazing people.
So, here they are my top five authors who I want to write a joint novel with.
- Helen Fielding – I love all her Bridget Jones works (I’ll be publishing her latest Bridget Jones novel very soon); her writings have a lot of charm, character and creativity.
- Zoe Sugg – Girl Online was a huge favourite of mine; I became over excited by Zoe’s wonderful story setting and characters.
- Philippa Gregory – I love Philippa’s Historic stories, mostly her Medieval and Tudor series – they are truly remarkable.
- Robin Maxwell – I adored Jane: the Woman who Loved Tarzan – it is wonderfully and thoughtfully written, which made me smile.
- Holly Smale – Like Helen Fielding, Holly’s Geek Girl series have made me uplifted with laughter; it is also very powerful and beautiful.
So that was my list for writing novels with joint authors. 🙂
Have you ever thought to yourself – Love is extremely hard? Well, your not alone – I’m in the same boat too.
When I think on life and love, I simply think of these two quotes:
Now, I may or may not know people who will think of the same thing but I have a feeling every single person will have difficulty in finding what they desire – love.
The last time that I wrote about love was a month ago (Really? Wow!). During that time, I was speaking to the first guy I spoke to on WhatsApp after we agreed to speak to each other on the social networking site. However, I think something went wrong because after two weeks, he stopped contacting me altogether.
For while, I was feeling lost until I made a wonderful new friend who lives all the way in Italy. He’s very friendly and has an amazing personality.
I also made and kept in contact with another friend while I was away on holiday (but this one is a girl).
I am very happy and feel blessed to have the chances to have two, amazing friendships; I hope that they will bring good fortune will bring into it in the future.
As for love – I’m not too sure right now.
All my life, I’ve had difficulty to socially “fit in” because of my Autism. This made me lose my confidence and I wasn’t sure if I might receive such amazing friends around my age group, like I’ve been given now. And if I had friendships with others (at school, that is), they always end with no explanation. However, I never give up on friendships or love itself. I may feel like a total wreck when I think negativity, but is it really worth thinking of the past about others who have really let you down?
So, have any of you guys made friends online (and haven’t met them yet)? If so, how did they go? Where did they end up going? And is it true that friendships can lead to love? Please let me know in the comments section below – I would love to hear from you guys. 🙂
P.S. And to round off the article, I will leave you on another quote:
And speaking of love, I have included a link of an article, I just reblogged this morning – this article is written by the great Ramen & Inglenook, one of my fantastic followers. This article is great for those who have long distance love relationships (and friends). So, I have included a link down below:
Ramen & Inglenook Site Link: https://ramenandinglenook.wordpress.com/