As a child, Kristin L. Stamper would bring her stories to life by forcing her friends to play the parts of her characters—whether they liked it or not. This continued until an embarrassingly old age when society told her she was no longer allowed to do that, and unsurprisingly, she had run out of friends. So, as an alternative, she began putting her ideas down on paper in the form of words and drawings. She dreams of sharing her imagination with the world and will continue putting ideas down on paper until her old, arthritis-ridden, bony fingers can no longer hold a pencil.
THE GIVER by Lois Lowry, THE MARTIAN by Andy Weir, DUNE by Frank Herbet, HATCHET by Gary Paulsen, THE HUNGER GAMES (Series) by Suzanne Collins
"Elvis was an artist, but that didn't stop him from joining the service in the time of war. And that's why he's the King, and you're a schmuck." - DOGMA