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Kaylee Ann-Marie Truesdale
  • Female
  • Spokane, WA
  • United States

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So how can we get this website more active and with more members??? I absolutely love this site and have every intention of making the monthly meetings but I would love to see some more members on…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kaylee Ann-Marie Truesdale Feb 12, 2010.

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About Me

I am twenty-one years old, I moved to Spokane Valley at the end of the year 2008 and have loved the transition ever since. I am a lover of literature and try to read at least two books a week. I am currently trying to teach my two year old daughter (Abigail) to read. I am a fan of the typical Twilight and Harry Potter series but I read a multitude of genres. Two of my favorite authors would be Fern Michaels and Patricia Briggs. The second author wrote a series that was based on the Tri-Cities (my home town) and it was fantastic. I am an Aflac agent and absolutely love my job but I want to write a book someday. However I have no idea where to start or what to write about. We'll see as time goes on. I have a very active imagination and I give the credit to reading books. My first book I ever read was the Boxcar children. It's a classic.
My favorite book of all time would be: The Giver and The Diary of Anne Frank. I do not watch TV in my house. We watch movies but I highly encourage reading and learning. I spend a lot of time with my kids when they get out of school teaching them how to count and their colors. My two year old can count to ten and can tell you what color blue, pink, red and purple are. She cannot read yet but she already has a love of books.
I don't think there is much else to tell right now, my fiancee isn't a big reader but I am working on that.

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So my book is coming right along, still no idea for a title but that isn't overly important right now. I have a few thoughts. I have three people currently reading what I write as I write it but not a whole lot of response right now. That's also because I haven't written much. I have a strong story line though, it will be very hard to deviate from it. It is fixated into my brain. I am super excited, here's how my day goes:

1. Get up and get abby up.

2. Get ready, grab food.

3.… Continue

Posted on January 26, 2010 at 10:09am

The Inkling...

So it is simply a beginning but I couldn't stop writing notes down as they came to me, progressively how I wanted the book to become. I didn't want to write just another "fantasy" book but I wanted something that was essentially a part of me, my personality. I have absolutely no idea what it will be titled, I will worry about that later. I know that despite the fact that I can spell wonderfully I am not great at grammar or sentence structure. I would like to find beta readers as I get a few… Continue

Posted on January 19, 2010 at 11:09am

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At 7:06pm on January 13, 2010, INWGTeam said…
Hi, Kaylee.... Glad to see you made it to the site. Are you THE Kaylee that we all know and love? If so, hope to see you next week! Linda
At 12:30pm on January 14, 2010, Danae Ayusso said…
if you ever want to chat books and writing let me know, or if you need something to read, i have tons! info@danaeayusso.com
At 12:39pm on January 14, 2010, Danae Ayusso said…
I got started last January and wrote over a million words last year. That translates to 16 full length novels. My niece is in jr high and was complaining about us not having anything to read, she was a fan of the vampire diaries, she told me about it sort of, so i sat down and wrote her 30K story in three days. She loved it, i liked the concept but it didn't do anything for me so i scrapped it and started over. 5 weeks later the 247K (700 pages) Prophecy: Revelation was completed and i started work on Prophecy: Contrivance soon after finishing it in 4 weeks followed by Nemesis in 4 weeks. I love to write. I just finished another book last night and am editing it now.
I used to do webdesign and owned a photography company so i like to dabble in art, hence my covers. I love creative stuff!
I don't know if you can print the twilight book five, it might be protected. It isn't bad. If you like twilight you will love prophecy, did you want me to email you book one via pdf?
At 12:56pm on January 14, 2010, Danae Ayusso said…
talking to some agents now on Undiluted Minds. The market is saturated with vampires and werewolves so i am holding onto those. I write all kinds of stuff though, i'm more than a one trick pony. I just happen to enjoy fantasy. what is your email address?
At 6:42pm on January 27, 2010, Cherise Marshall said…
I have several short stories in the works, no books though. I'm also working on getting some of my older stories really polished and ready to send somewhere. I've never been published yet, but I'm hoping to change that. What kind of book are you writing?
At 3:33pm on April 7, 2010, Danae Ayusso said…
hey. I am fighting a migraine today. ugh. I was hoping to finish this story, but that isn't going to happen today. Just wrapped a 110,000 words fantasy sci-fi action adventure romance in less than two months. While working on three others at the same time, kind of fried my brain. This Fuckwittery i am working on is at 85,000 words, will be a 3 book series i think, that i started on march 15. It is fun, and the reader feedback is amazing. Brainfarts that get carried away, they always turn out to be fan favorites. Shopping projects, currently waiting to hear back from 60-70 publishing houses that have proposals. same old same old. How are you?

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