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A. C. Wyatt

Writer, Blogger, and Student in Canada

A. C. Wyatt

Writer, Blogger, and Student in Canada

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I'm a university student and novelist from Canada, and my goal is to learn new things. Whether this comes from a good story, a university course or a late-night history program, I'm always looking for new ways to gain knowledge.

In grade two, I tore through chapter books; first THE MAGIC TREEHOUSE, then CHARLOTTE’S WEB and CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. By grade four, it was the HARRY POTTER series, and it all went downhill from there. I read anything and everything I could get my hands on.

I wrote my first story in eighth grade, and several others followed in quick succession. From then on, I was hooked. I had a lot of ideas but could never finish them. Then, in grade nine, after reading THE FAULT IN OUR STARS and bawling my eyes out, I found the motivation I needed to write my first novel. From that day on, my goal has always been to write something that affects my readers as much as TFiOS affected me.

I finished that first novel, a 58,000-word Contemporary YA story called FAIRY TALES, about three years ago. FAIRY TALES taught me as much about who I am as a person as it did about writing, and I'm forever grateful for that. I'm currently posting it to Wattpad and you can read it here.

Soon after, I started a new project: a YA light fantasy novel called VINDICTA, which I finished about a year ago and have been tweaking ever since. While FAIRY TALES represented a way to get rid of my ghosts, VINDICTA is the story of a girl learning to believe in herself—something I’m still working on myself.

I’ve also written a novella, DELTA, and three short stories, DEAR LIZZIE, HUMAN and HAPPENSTANCE.

You can read my newest release, HUMAN, with a click to the button above, and if you’d like to learn more, drop me a line on any of the social links below.

  • Education
    • University of Western Ontario