Hello, friend! My name is Liv K. Fisher, and I'm a Christian, author, actress, homeschool student, and that girl who's still in love with princesses and still believes in unicorns.
When I was twelve, I wrote my first novels -- SOUL, a ninety-page dystopian set in 2015 (yup, too soon), and Heart, a medieval fantasy about an Irish queen. At fourteen, I wrote and edited (with the help of my awesome dad) a thirty-some-page Sleeping Beauty retelling, called I Once Dreamed. Between the ages of thirteen and fifteen, I wrote the first draft of another medieval fantasy novel, titled When the Sky Cries. Due to the novel's lack of regard for my desire to start draft two (pesky novel!), I've set it aside for a while, with plans to return to it soon. In the meantime, at sixteen, I'm writing a futuristic sci-fi novel set in outer space. Though I'm keeping this work-in-progress somewhat secret for now, it has a working title of And Did the Waters Tremble, as inspired by Psalm 77:16.
In the eighth, ninth, and tenth grades, I wrote Skyglow, a twenty-five-page essay on light pollution; Building a Tool for Identifying DNA, a twenty-two-page essay on studying DNA; and Baking Soda vs. Baking Powder: Which Produces a Better Muffin?, a thirty-four-page essay on substitutes for baking powder in baked goods.
During my first two years of high school, I've worked with the MEA Theatre Company, performing as Rikka (and several extras) in their 2015 production of The Snow Queen, and starring as Princess Pamina in their 2017 production of The Magic Flute.
In those small increments of spare time that I somehow manage to stumble upon, I enjoy reading, gardening, baking, listening to (and sometimes attempting to sing) Celtic music, and studying Greek mythology.
I first began my blogging adventure at Whispers on the Wind, but have since moved on to this little abode, where I'm ecstatic to hang out with all you people, friends old and new! (You don't mind if I refer to you as my Dragons, do you? Dragons are wonderful creatures...)
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I'm excited to start this new chapter with ya'll, and I can't wait to get to know you better!
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