Miracle

Just in time for Christmas, the missing chapters from Cursed Brothers II: Keeper and Nicole Sastasha 6 have been recovered! I never want to go through something like this ever again. I felt so helpless. Now, however, I can piece everything back together. Still plan on seeing Nicole Sastasha and the Stone of Power and Cursed Brothers II: Keeper by Summer 2014. Merry Christmas, everyone!

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Nicole Sastasha and the City of AquaUtopia

It would feel wrong if I did not give a separate post for my newly published work. Nicole 3 was published August 2, 2013. You can visit the page for more information and have a sneak peek: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/343502. Enjoy!

Cover for 'Nicole Sastasha and the City of AquaUtopia'

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Time

I cannot believe how fast it goes by. In the past few months, I have converted Nicole Sastasha and the City of AquaUtopia into an e-book and it is now published on smashwords.com. Also, I have taken on the challenge of writing the seventh Nicole as well as the sequel to Cursed Brothers I: Legend. I am further along in Cursed Brothers II: Keeper, but Nicole 7 will follow soon after. I plan on having Nicole Sastasha and the Stone of Power edited and published as an e-book Summer of 2014. Cursed Brothers II: Keeper should be edited and published before then. I may not be able to write as frequently as I would like because I have enlisted in the United States Army Reserves. I ship out to Basic Combat Training on October 15th of this year. After that, I will be busy with my Advanced Individual Training. I expect to be finished by Summer of 2014. However, the fall term of school starts shortly after and I intend on enrolling. My time will be strained, but I will make sure to balance everything.

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Experiment

I am unsure of how well this will turn out, but I have decided to ‘pick up where I left off’ with Cursed Brothers II: Keeper. It is difficult not being able to look back at the beginning, but I think I have continued writing without a gap in between. Hopefully, I will get my data retrieved so that I can put them both together in the near future. I will continue writing – with pencil and paper – until I reach the end, or until I get my books retrieved. It is much slower than typing, but at least I am still moving forward. :)

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To be Writing . . .

My life seems so depressing now. I miss writing so much, which is to be expected. Specifically, it feels like my heart is being ripped from my chest. I only hope I can get back on the horse when it gets back . . . I know it will return. I only wish it will be soon. :(

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Lost Works

Unfortunately, there still has not been any luck extracting the data on my dying laptop. I refuse to give up. I know that it is my fault that I am in this predicament. If only I had been able to back up every file before Windows refused to open. Currently, the last three-fourths of Nicole 6 - and all of Cursed Brothers II: Keeper so far – are in Limbo. You can call it denial all you want, but I know I will get them back. I cannot see the other possibility, nor do I wish to. Wish me luck.

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My 20th Birthday!

It seems so crazy to think that I will no longer be a teenager. I guess I had always thought that I would be a kid. When I am in my twenties, I will probably think the same thing and it will happen all over again when I reach thirty. I was born twenty years ago in Dahn, Germany at 11:03 on the morning of January 16th. So far, I am happy with what I have done with my life. I have written eight manuscripts, and published four. I love doing what I believe I do best: writing. The idea that I can come up with my own world and characters, with their own – mostly complicated – situations and villains is an incredible one. Most people would describe me as being ‘too imaginative’ or ‘shut away in my own magical land’. The truth is, they are right. I know that being realistic is important at times, but I pity those who are unable to lose themselves in fantasy or adventure. Call me crazy all you like, but this is me. There is nothing that I would change. I am looking forward to many more years of being ‘too imaginative’ and, honestly, I do not think there is such a thing. Well, only ten more hours of being a ‘teen’. Happy Birthday. :)

Emily Cooper

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