Ally Renee

  • Ally Renee's profile was updated 8 hours, 21 minutes ago

  • @lonathecat

    Hi! 😀

    Thanks LOL! And honestly same XD

    I don’t really understand 😛 Our nerves are strange, that’s all I know 😉 Honestly, I would rather sing in front of people I think than talking XD I think I can sing better than I can talk at a normal pace, so that may be why (but that’s not saying much LOL).

    Oh no I totally forgot to ask her…[Read more]

  • That would so be Penny asking the first question, and I can hear my character Kevin answering her with something like that. While he is not a dumb person, he likes to make ridiculous comments and answers like that to make people laugh. He is a goofball, but in an intelligent way, if that makes any sense LOL. But I can definitely see them having a…[Read more]

  • Oh totally Penny. She loves food and constantly consoles herself with it, though she is as thin as a twig XD

    Which character is most likely to get imprisoned?

    Ahaha…. Alex and Penny’s whole first part (Alex’s first 19 years and Penny’s first 17 years) were practically imprisonment, so I would say them LOL. I mean it wasn’t literal…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 2 days, 23 hours ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Hello! 🙂

    “Writing is rewriting” indeed XD Part of the wondrous and vigorous process of writing LOL.

    Oh wow LOL. I mean, I would think it’d be hard for brothers to see any of their siblings doing something like that and NOT think they’re insane XD

    That’s so cool! If you ever get a book like that published you will…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Character most likely to… in the forum Characters 3 days ago

    Totally Penny. Granted, throughout my first couple of books, it’s kind of up to her to actually do extremes, not necessarily just to prove how tough she is. But she does have her moments where she’s like “that was cool, but I can do it better” and then proceeds to attempt to XD

    Who’s most likely to live alone on an island?

    Danny. Hands down. I…[Read more]

  • Definitely Alex. He actually becomes a leader of sorts in my first book 😀

    Who’s most likely to jump off a moving train? (sorry y’all, I’m running out of ideas XD)

    Uhhhh probably Penny, especially if it’s in the midst of a battle (battles on a train happen, right? 😉 ). Whenever she’s fighting — well, mostly when she hadn’t had a lot of…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 6 days, 23 hours ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Hi Rose!

    Oh thanks. I’m glad you understand my dilemma XD

    It really is the best part! All the things we hate about characters and whatnot we can avoid in our own stuff and make it 3 times better And I totally get the whole “eventually, hopefully, sort of” stuff XD I have written and rewritten the first chapter of Elemental[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Character most likely to… in the forum Characters 1 week ago

    I think really, like, any of my characters XD But out of all of them, maybe Alex. He does a lot of reading in his life, and the stories that I write might intrigue him 🙂

    This one might be a bit dark… maybe 😛 Who is most likely to injure someone on accident?

    Definitely Penny. She has (and I know this sounds a little juvenile) fire powers,…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Character most likely to… in the forum Characters 1 week ago

    @devastate-lasting

    Whoops, totally didn’t see your response! My answer to your question is either Chad or Kevin. They are both very athletic, and I can see them doing that with a basketball (especially Kev, who would use that to show off to the ladies XD).

    I’m just gonna use my same question for you all LOL: Who’s most likely to te…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Character most likely to… in the forum Characters 1 week ago

    Oooo that’s a toughie. That seems like something Penny would say, though it may be a bit altered. I know for a fact that she says something along the lines of “I’m trying to be who you all want me to be, but I don’t think I can…” I don’t know if that’s the same concept as your quote, but either way, I say Penny XD She would probably say “I tried…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 1 week, 1 day ago

    @lonathecat

    Hi friend! 😀

    LOL, yes it is. I feel like that shouldn’t be something I struggle with as an aspiring author XD

    Yay, first try! XD we’re so good at guessing 😛

    Dude I totally understand LOL. I still have stage fright and anxiety over that even though I’ve been on stage 4 times XD I love it when I’m home alone because I can sing as…[Read more]

  • Oh definitely Kevin. He is a goofball and enjoys being the center of attention XD

    <i>Who’s most likely to watch the world’s most TERRIBLE movies just so they can make fun of them? </i>:P

    Uhhhh I can kind see that in all my characters LOL. But mostly in Alex and Penny; I can see them doing that as a favorite pastime 🙂

  • Definitely Penny! She hates wearing anything fancy (especially heels!), and she enjoys being comfortable, so sneakers are right up her alley 🙂

    Who’s most likely to eat a whole tub/carton (what do they come in?) of ice cream when they’re very, very upset? Sorry if the question is kind of lame, I’m bad at coming up with them sometimes XD

    I’m…[Read more]

  • I think my character Kelsi would most likely own a cat. She has a very time-consuming career, but if she decided to have any pets, I think it would be a cat 🙂

    Who’s most likely to spend a lot of time outside even if the weather is terrible? XD

    Definitely Taylor! She is the most outdoorsy-gal stereotype you could think of.

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 1 week, 3 days ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Hi Rose! So sorry for the late response! Getting back into school and adding more school on top of it is sometimes difficult, ya know? XD

    Thanks! I love all of Proverbs 31 in general, but that is one of my favorite verses too 🙂

    LOL that’s great! If there is ever any news about someone who was assassinated by bleeding to…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee's profile was updated 2 weeks ago

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Character most likely to… in the forum Characters 2 weeks ago

    Hmmm, I would say my main character Penny. If she’s in a bad mood, she has a hard time controlling her temper and just rages a lot XD

    Which of your characters would be most likely to lie to get out of an invitation to an event?

    I would say my supremely introverted character Danny. He is very much a loner and only enjoys the company of a few…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 2 weeks ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Hey Rose!

    Thanks!!! I honestly have trouble coming up with things like that on my own, but your comment made me smile 🙂 Hand-to-hand combat is cool too! But I tooootallyyyy get that! I do that too with all my combat scenes XD We’re just our own worst enemies when it comes to our own writing 😛

    LOL I love that! Does your…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Hi Rose! 😀

    SAME THOUGH!!! Why is it that when you’re like “in the zone” with writing that you can’t come up with any synonyms for obvious words?!?! At least, it’s that way for me XD Like I’ll be writing a battle scene with a monster (there are a lot of those throughout Elemental, along with the normal human battles 😛 ),…[Read more]

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