What most people don’t understand about imagination is that nothing is ever going to be original. You may feel like something is similar to something else and, when it boils down to it, you’ll realize that it is. I get reviews and emails from people that tell me that my book character Vanessa Pheros from Menta-Life is similar to different movie characters (like Richard Riddick) or video game characters (like Rubi Malone or Commander Shepard) all the time. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing because they’re not 100% identical. Take Star Wars and Star Trek, just because they’re both in space with captain’s chairs, doesn’t mean their stories are the same; because they fight different species doesn’t make them a copycat. If you look at anyone’s work, you will find something unoriginal so my point is, don’t let that discourage you. Good writing and Happy 2017!
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Nice to meet you! By trade I am an author who decides to take on the occasional acting or model job. I am from Los Angeles, California and currently reside in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. I started writing books at age 22 and finished 6 by the time I was 25. Publishing my work brought a level of nervous that I couldn't resist without an undoubted level of perfection. Now here I am, published author, sharing my ideas with the world. View all posts by averyenunez