I thought an introduction would be a really good place to start – it’s how we start when we meet new people, after all.
“Hi, I’m Regan” and it goes from there.
But then I started thinking about it and it all got very complicated. How much do I say? What are you interested in knowing? Where’s the line between saying too much and saying just enough to keep you interested in reading more, in wanting to get to know me?
Throw in the fact I’m a teenager. I’m sure you know – or at least remember – how difficult it is being 15. How much everything changes. Do I really know myself well enough to tell you about me?
I guess I can try.
I’m Regan, I’m 15. I’m a fairly typical Gemini. I live in London with my step-mum, her girlfriend and my baby brother. I spend every weekend with my Dad and his boyfriend. I have a complicated family (ask me and I’ll probably tell you all about it!) but I love them to pieces and will defend them to the death.
I go to Battersea Technology College, and am taking my GCSEs next year.
I hope to go on to college and university, and plan on studying Anthropology and Sociology at the University Of Aberdeen.
I love, as you can probably guess by the subject of this site, reading. I’m nearly always found with my nose in a book. I especially love adventure, chick-lit and urban fantasy.
When I’m not reading I love listening to music, dancing, cheerleading, martial arts, gymnastics, knitting, football (Chelsea FC!), baking, and – as dorky as it sounds – wordsearches.
Does that work as an introduction for you?