Allow Me to Introduce Myself
Hello, fellow human beings.
My name is Sandy, Internet penname Sitakali. I am a passionate humanitarian, a deeply spiritual being, and a strong political debater. But first and foremost, I am a writer.
I started writing when I could hold a pen. That would be what…age 4? That’s when I began recording my wild fantasies, and they’ve become consistently wilder ever since.
I thought up the plot to my first novel at age 10. However, that didn’t go far. I was 13 when I thought up the first novel that I would actually write. Soon afterward, I had thought up the very embryonic stage of the first novel I would finish.
One year later, I began writing the more fetal stage of the book that I entitled Eternal Love, later to be renamed Dust 2 Dust. I have been working on that book ever since, partially as a commitment to my younger self, and partially because I keep coming up with new ideas to further expand the book.
Dust 2 Dust is the first in a series of four, all of which are in a more general series called The Hunter. The Hunter series will consist of at least three other novels.
I am unfortunately very paranoid about my work, terrified that people will steal it. I do not care about profit (although that’s always a plus), I’m just very concerned about keeping intellectual property rights. Being an anarcho-socialist, the idea of property has always been a bit foreign to me, yet at the same time, I can’t imagine life without it. As long as I am alive, I would like for my creations to be accredited to me. I don’t believe that is too much to ask.
As a result of this paranoia, I reveal very little about my work until I have finished a significant amount of it. This is because of technicalities in copyright law. As of now, I have entire plots of 13 novels in my head, only a few of which I will name.
I write both fantasy and regular fiction. So far, the main characters are all young women. I have yet to trust myself to really get into the male mindset, so for now I refrain from writing from a male perspective.
I invite you to read on, and tell your friends. You may spread the word about my work as freely as you wish, just as long as you say who wrote it.