This is our blog.
Just in case you were wondering, our names are Sasha and Charlie. This blog is for anything that catches our fancy, but we are writers, so that is our main concern.
We’ve both been writing for a long time now, but we’re still on the up and coming as it were (tricky business to get into, or so I’ve heard, but we do try our best). Below we’ve written a little bit about each other so you can get to know us and ogle over our beautiful faces.
Sasha is our resident Uni student living it up at St. Andrews in cold, cold Scotland. She’s reading English Literature alongside Film Studies and Medieval History. As you might have guessed Sasha’s as bright as a… um well my science isn’t quite up to scratch so let’s just say she’s as bright as a very bright bulb. If you have any academic questions direct them to her. Fantasy is her drug of choice for both reading and writing. I can’t even begin to comprehend the worlds that exist inside her head but I do thoroughly enjoy hearing and reading about them. Having written mostly prose in the past Sasha has been expanding her horizons in the last couple of years, venturing into screen and script and even taking one of her plays to the stage. She’s kind, loyal, hopeless with modern transport and the best friend I could wish for. I hope you all grow to love her as much as I do.
I recently had to convince my friends at university that Charlie was real. As annoying as this may seem, they seemed to think it a little impossible that Charlie existed and was as great as she is. She’s expanded her horizons miles more than I ever have, ranging from poetry to plays to screenwriting to prose to children’s literature and most recently, to proving herself as a talented visual artist. She’s currently living in the marginally warmer
south of England (and here I am, missing her terribly), but she’s busy drawing and writing and being the awesome person that she is. Her sense of humour is a little well…nonsensical? Her physical being is probably 90% puns at this point. I wouldn’t even be surprised if the doctor confirmed it. It often shows in her writing, but don’t be fooled, she’s as good at writing the serious stuff as anyone is likely to be. I’m sure you’re going to love her writing (and just her also, that too) as much as I do.