Frantically, I scrolled down Wikipedia, trying to soak in as much information as possible. The clock was ticking and the sun was setting and I was getting tired. No matter how much I searched, I was still in need of desperate help. Writing a first novel  was a tricky subject- and I couldn’t find anything to help me.

This was my dilemma. If you are a wanna-be- author, you are just how I was when I was searching for the right formula for a gripping dystopian, a capturing fantasy, or a realistic historical romance. 
Now, I have a novel and am seeking publication- and I have a novella that I wrote for NaNoWriMo as well! At first, writing in the post-apocalyptic world was hard- and I had no one to guide me. It was frustrating, scary, and a little nerve-racking. 

How could I make this world accurate and real? I was scared to write a fantasy, nervous to write a romance and terrified to write dystopian! 

It took me a lot longer than it should have. A lot of deleting, blood, sweat, tears and sleepless nights. But it doesn’t have to be that way. And that’s why I have created Dystopian Logic. Now, you don’t have to be alone. And now, all the help you’ll ever need will be found right here!

If you have any questions, just contact me or comment below. Once a week I will either post an article of how-to-do, a short story, (from any genre) a story prompt (that you will write in the comments and then I will read it, giving you feedback) a poem, or a blog post.

My main goal of Dystopian Logic is to help you with your journey- and to let you know you are never alone.

As for personal introductions:
Hello, I am KayleighAnne but you can just call me Kiki. I love writing, acting and anything creative. I love writing novels of multiple genres and hope to help others with the same mutual passion.