I like to think people read writer blogs. I’m not talking about famous writers like Neil Gaiman or Heather Brewer, or even Abigail Hilton (panamindorah.com)

What I’m saying is that not alot of people read about the little people.

My first novel, Conspiracy, was and is intented for +12, but if there is one thing I know, it’s that kids never listen to an author’s wishes for audiences.

I am one of those people.

Anyways. My new novel, which I hope to finish, will be intented for a bit older audiences. Perhaps, fourteen and older.

This seems slightly hypocritical coming from a thirteen year old, but the novel may develop to be slightly perverse and I don’t want to give off the wrong impression. I write for myself, as most writers do.

Like, as I quote the great Abigail Hilton, Abbie, I write for myself. She wrote for herself when she was younger, and I write for myself now and in the future. Something I will want to curl up with a few years from now in a highschool classroom or when I have to stop studying for finals.

That’s it for now. Keep reading.

Kenzie Alice (Cheshire) Richard