Sunday 22 June 2014

BOTM - Falling For The Opposite {Wattpad}

Falling For The Opposite
Genre: Teen Humour

Wattpad Book Blurb:
She's rich, he's not. She's the student body president, he's struggling to pass math. She's the queen bee, he's the loner in school. 

Celeste Graham is on the top of the high school food chain. Students look up to her, but some just plainly feel intimidated. Being popular isn't exactly the greener side of the meadow, but just one night of getting locked into the school with a "nobody" made Celeste feel normal and genuinely happy.  

Both of them bring a hidden side to each other. They might disagree most of the time, but that was a little price to pay for falling for their polar opposite.

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Author Interview

1. Please tell the readers a bit about yourself.

I have a big difficulty in writing. English is not my native language, my English grades are not exactly top notch and I rarely speak it in person. It’s a struggle, but I chose to write with it so that more people will be able to understand the stories I want to tell.  Being on the optimistic side, at least there’s a lot more room for improvement.

2. What types of books do you write?

Mostly teen fiction. People have noticed this but I tend to go to cliché’s but at the same time, placing my own twist on it. It’s usually about the dramas of a teenager in his/her everyday life, as she uses her wits and sarcastic remarks to get her through them.

3. How many books have you written?

About 36 stories in total. The thing is, I only have three on wattpad right now. The other 33 is scattered on other story sharing sites.

4. What movie and/or book are you looking forward to this year?

The movie that has been on my calendar since last year was The Fault In Our Stars, I’ve read the book and I’m currently anticipating for the film version. So far on books, I don’t keep track on anything particular, I just go with whatever interesting I find.

5. What type of books do you enjoy reading?

Much like what I write, teen fiction that is reaching more on the romance side. I have a huge collection of YA books, and I never get tired of buying more pieces to add to it.

6. If you were stranded on a desert island what 3 things would you want with you?

I’m going to be practical here and bring one thing, a pocket knife. Let nature slap me on the face on this one.

7. Are you considering a sequel?

Nope, never, don’t even think about it. You could say that I have a slight trauma in writing sequels. I tried to make one, failed miserably, never attempted to do another one ever since. Maybe when I finally have the guts to do it, I may just find the inspiration to write one.

8. What inspired you to become a writer?

I started writing in the sixth grade, a few months before I started high school. My genre in books was a little different back then, and I leaned for more innocent humor than anything. Back then, my mind was already exposed to dozens of entertainment that the media provided. It was kind of a difficult time for me back then, and when I attempted to write a story about how I wanted my life to go, I found enjoyment in it. When I write, I have control in how I wanted to live a life and it’s a nice escape from reality.

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