Ever since I was a little girl I knew that writing would be a major part of my life. I was always so intrigued with being able to escape my reality and live through someone else's life, not that I had a bad life growing up; it was just fascinating to me. When I was in elementary up until I was in Junior High, I loved to read and my most favorite thing was going to the library. My love for books inspired me to write even more, and at that age I settled on wanting to write novels. When I got into high school, I convinced myself that the formatting for writing novels would be to time consuming, so I moved on to wanting to write scripts, which led me to the Academy of Art University. I love being a student at a university strictly for art students because I feel like we get each other. It was a relief to find out that I'm not the only writer whose family hates watching television with them because we over-analyze things or get really frustrated when a scene on the television is IMPOSSIBLE, and you know the writer shouldn't have written it like that. Yeah, I'm that kind of person. Recently I decided that I wanted to give writing novels another shot, and since I only have a year left of university, I might as well finish out my Screenwriting degree.