Love Story- Guest Blog

In Love With The Challenge

Creative writing has always been something I’ve found beyond fascinating. I can remember listening to the stories from my 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Martens, who would without fail read our class a minimum of three chapters from a mystery series she had (to my own knowledge) written herself.

Even though she did this right after lunch, not even ONE student in class would drift off to sleep.

What piqued my interest more than anything was the fact that it was her stories that got me out of bed the following morning, wondering where the story was going to go. I was ready to embrace education head on!  Needless to say she was phenomenal at creating cliffhangers that got her students excited to learn.

Over the last few years, however, I’ve become more interested in the genre of Literary Fiction. These are typically the authors you learn about in high school, but don’t embrace on your own until after college. It’s a method of storytelling that can often be cumbersome and confusing, but very rewarding to those who are up for it.

I feel as though many fiction writers are afraid of complex sentences and technically ambitious syntax, but this is what I’ve grown to embrace. It might not always be this way, but currently, it’s what I love the most.

Even the highest mountains are worth climbing.

About the Author:

Andrew Sorenson is a professional writer/blogger at

He lives in Charlotte, NC and loves to dream big!


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