Ashley Hyun is a writer-to-be, which is just a fancy word for a blog writer. She was born in South Korea, but grew up in many different countries around the world, which inevitably makes her a TCK (Third Culture Kid).

She loves to read and write in her free time, whether it be poems, short stories, essays, or reviews. Although she loves to write, she is realistic enough to know that she’ll never be good enough to be a published writer, which is essentially why she is majoring computer science and not creative writing. Her favorite Bible verse is Romans 8:18, and she adores the word, agape.

I know nothing with any certainty but the sight of the stars makes me dream.

-Vincent Van Gogh


5 thoughts on “About”

  1. If you tell yourself that you’ll never be good enough to be a published author, then that will always remain the case. But people are not static, Ashley: we grow, change, and improve throughout our lives. So don’t write yourself off so easily (no pun intended). Keep writing, and keep trying to get better. You may well be a published author one day. I’m not saying you should change your major or quit your day job, because making a living as a writer can be tough. But some of the most accomplished authors (Kafka, T. E. Lawrence) were only part-time writers, so always make time for your passion. Keep following your bliss.

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    1. Thank you so much!!! I’ll remember your words truly. I really do hope that I do grow through my writings, but like you have already said, I can already feel myself changing from learning from people like you. Thank you so much!!😁

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