Bum. Bum. Bum. Another one Bites the Dust.

Bum. Bum. Bum. Another One Bites the Dust.

Guess who finished the first draft of her eighth book? THIS CHICK! Now all I have to do is perfect it…That won’t be too hard…

1) Get 5+ short stories into magazines.
2) Finish writing my book. (This needs to be done!)
3) Finish my fanfiction. (I’ve been writing this since the summer. It needs to be done!)
4) Write a screenplay
5) Get an INTERNSHIP!
6) Get a job (bleh)

Wait. Nope. That’s gunna be hard, but I like hard, so I’ll do it anyway.

Check in later,
Ariel Ceylan

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18 August 2010

I know, I know, I know, I haven’t been posting nor writing! I know, I’m horrible! I just have so much to do right now, but here’s a plus over the weekend I’m getting interviewed! Totally awesome, huh? I sure think so, wish me luck!

Keep positive!

Ariel Ceylan

23 November 2009

I tell ya, it’s hard to write when teachers are always giving you homework to do!

I’m always working, working, working, doing boring analytical thinking and writing.

This is right before Thanksgiving too!

So when I literally have five minutes to myself, I post or update something somewhere.

Thanks so much for reading!
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29 June 2009

YIKES! I haven’t posted in forever! Sorry! I was in camp last week and I started working today! I have a 9-5 internship! Heavy!

So yeah, about my book, the whole cover came Thursday, and my heart caught in my throat. I’ll post one of the earlier images a little later, but I promise that it is the diggity-bomb!

Love all of you for reading!

Bises!

Ceylan

19 June 2009

Thanks for all the comments!

Andrea, I’ll check out your site, but I think by the time I get books out that are not part of my series, I’ll be too old! Oy vey!

JC, thanks for your great comments as well.

Oh, guess what! Last night, I got my sample cover art for the first book. It’s Zili standing on a mountain looking at a sunrise/set. Words that are really good to describe it are: epic, amazing, unbelievable, breathtaking, and awe inspiring.

All you people will have to buy my book to see the awesomeness that is the cover.
MWAHAHAHAHAHHA!

Lots of love.
Ceylan

Answer to a Question

I decided to self-publish because I have more control over the publishing process than with a publishing house. I am creative too and I like having a hand in creating the book that I will have my name under. I also have done a ton of research, and the majority of the traditional publishers will not publish me because of the size and content of my work as well as my age. Most traditional publishers will not work with someone under 18. Go figure, so many successes were written by teens…..

Also, many successes were self-published, and with my knowledge, I believe that I can make my book fly.

Ceylan