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M.R. Reed

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Our formative years are the ones that stick with us the most--you know, those tirelessly frustrating yet unforgettably magical moments that shape us into the people that we will become. The music that I liked as a teenager, the books that I read, the relationships that I created (and destroyed)...those are the things that I think truly formed the adult that I am today. I still love those things. I still think about those things. I still harbor a lot of anger in relation to the events that I experienced as a teenager, and it does nothing but fuel my creative spirit.

And that's what I like to write about: Teenagers, and all of their idiosyncrasies, and concerns, and that whole unintentionally egocentric view that they have about their worlds.
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M.R. Reed The best thing about being a writer is the ability to be able to live out ANY scenario you could possibly think of and have absolutely no consequences…moreThe best thing about being a writer is the ability to be able to live out ANY scenario you could possibly think of and have absolutely no consequences that come as a result of it. The only result is entertainment. That, and being able to express a lot of my issues through the hypothetical reactions and outcomes of my characters. It helps. (less)
M.R. Reed I get inspired to write by life! Enthrall, for a large part, is influenced by my life and my opinions on a variety of situations. I think about things…moreI get inspired to write by life! Enthrall, for a large part, is influenced by my life and my opinions on a variety of situations. I think about things that I want to address, and then figure out how I want to approach them, and just let the creativity go from there.(less)
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Neil Gaiman
“I fell for her like a suicide from a bridge.”
Neil Gaiman, M Is for Magic

F. Scott Fitzgerald
“I woke up out of the ether with an utterly abandoned feeling, and asked the nurse right away if it was a boy or a girl. She told me it was a girl, and so I turned my head away and wept. ‘all right,’ I said, ‘I’m glad it’s a girl. And I hope she’ll be a fool — that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

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