Narrative and descriptive essays, fictional stories
animals, music, literature (American and British), business
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
ATTENDED NEMCC FOR THREE SEMESTERS, DROPPED OUT DUE TO UNCERTAINTY OF FUTURE PLANS, AS WELL AS PERSONAL ISSUES.
ATTENDING AS A PART TIME STUDENT TO COMPLETE AN ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE IN JOURNALISM, PLANS TO ATTEND OLE MISS TO COMPLETE BACHELOR'S DEGREE.
During her five years serving in Customer Service at Kroger, Amelia had the privilege of being responsible for typing memos and reminders. These memos were not formal; mostly they consisted of reminding employees of important events and fun activities that they could be involved in. She became designated to type up these memos after her boss discovered that the associate who had been responsible for them was having her proofread them first.
Approximately three years ago, Amelia was asked to write a few scripts for the teenage class at church for the Vacation Bible School program. She completed two scripts and started a third, which her preacher finished due to her work schedule interfering with her ability to finish on time. The class was made to look like a courtroom, and every night a different character from the Bible was "on trial". She participated in one of these trials herself as Abagail.
Even as a child, Amelia loved to write. At age twelve, she finished her very first short story which was thirteen pages long. As she grew, her imagination matured, and by the time she began college in 2008 she had not only begun writing her first novel, she had written two fanfictions as well. One of the fanfictions was actually a project for her English class, for which she received an A+. Currently, she has completed one novel (which she intends to send in for publishing) and is working on a sequel. She is also working on a fanfiction regarding her favorite band, which she is posting chapter by chapter on Mibba.com.