July 3, 2014
I'm interested in joining this group because I'm hoping to build rapport, enhance my intrapersonal and interpersonal skills, and literary prowess. I am currently in the process of embellishing a novella (Or maybe a novel) about a father whom teaches and edifies to his young autistic son how to mountain-climb and hike in New Hampshire in order to relieve emotional distress. His mother and father are both divorced; one is an alcoholic socialite, the other is a devil-may-care sales contractor with a local trucking outfit. My character is Harry Blazer, a precocious 8th grade philosopher and mathematician who knows nothing but his two topical preferences. However, there's an engagement ring that a devilish roue from Portland, ME steals from the ex-wife and will eventually commit larceny. Do you have any suggestions? How many words per day would you recommend for such dedication to writing? How can I get published?
I am hoping to become a professional novelist whom specializes in writing about young children and adult autistics whom survive grotesque neurotypical stereotypes, integrate themselves into the real world, and become successful writers and literary scholars. I selected this genre of drama so I can reflect and describe the commonality, hardships, and morasses that we all face at times.
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