Amanda Polanski

Livia Blackburne once said: "The process doesn't end there. Stories are more than just images. As you continue in the tale, you get to know the characters, motivations and conflicts that make up the core of the story." This phrase caught my attention and inspired me to become a writer, during my studies at Purdue University I realized that writing is not that easy as it seems from the first sight, but I decided to go further and became a prolific writer currently working at and several creative journals and doing my best in order to create meaningful, creative and flawless articles.

In my opinion writing is in the lead of our civilization development, if we just take a look into history, we would see that all important inventions are saved by writing. So it`s vital to help everyone with writing, because we have no idea what kind of information will be valuable for our descendants. Furthermore this information might be a boost for modern innovations for our society in most problematic fields such as ecology, mental health etc.

Creative writing is a key to create amazing novels will be even greater than "Lord of the Rings" or "Pride and Prejudice" or even "Harry Potter" because all writers begin from thousands of spoiled drafts until they come to a catchy text.
Except writing my hobbies are swimming, hiking and travelling, I`ve been to a few countries in Asia and Africa, next year I`m planning to visit up to 5 countries in South America and launch a charity project for a poor countries in order to supply them with computers.


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