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Carrie Ann DiRisio

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Carrie Ann DiRisio is a YA writer and creator of @BroodingYAHero. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA with one large fluffy cat, and is currently pursuing her masters in Digital Marketing, although her true dream is to become a Disney Villainess, complete with a really snazzy gown.
In addition to writing and plans for world domination, she also enjoys running, coffee, Krav Maga, and knitting.

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“If you’re a girl in a fantasy novel, be sure to announce loudly how you just want to have adventures and sword fights, and declare your hatred for needlepoint often. It is a simple fact that any female character in a patriarchy-based fantasy novel who actually enjoys needlepoint will not be a heroine. It’s almost like we demean women who enjoy activities typically coded as feminine. Weird.”
Carrie Ann DiRisio, Brooding YA Hero: Becoming a Main Character (Almost) as Awesome as Me

“You’re always a main character, remember? Ignore anyone, and any story, that doesn’t make you feel like one.”
Carrie Ann DiRisio, Brooding YA Hero: Becoming a Main Character (Almost) as Awesome as Me

“My workout routine includes eyebrow lifts (for maximum quirking potential), leaping over plot holes, high-jumping to conclusions, bench-pressing my emotions to make them easier to suppress, and climbing up cliffs I’ve been left hanging on.”
Carrie Ann DiRisio, Brooding YA Hero: Becoming a Main Character (Almost) as Awesome as Me




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