When I was 9 years old, my grandmother handed me a copy of Enid Blyton's 'The Famous Five' and, from the minute I began to scrawl through its pages, I fell in love with writing. I just couldn't believe that words strung together into sentences could have any impact on me. It's an art, the ability to connect a writer and reader merely through a shared interest. Now, I hope to achieve the same thing, or at the very least produce work that I know is nothing but a true reflection of myself.
Sophie O'Sullivan in 60 seconds
When did you start writing?2010 Banbury, Oxfordshire. England.
What do you love about short stories?Short stories are fantastic because they capture the little moments in life we might otherwise miss.
Do you write in other forms?Free and strict form poetry.
What distracts you from writing?University, friends and work.
Outside of writing, what are your other passions?Music and reading.
What is your favourite book?Looking for Alaska, The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.
Who are your favourite writers?David Levithan., and
Where is your dream location?Canada.
What one item would you put into Room 101?The word babe.
Do you have any advice for new writers?Don't worry too much about the technical elements. As long as you bekieve in what youre writiting, the reader will too.
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