Ariel Ceylan is the seventeen-year-old author of The Tales of Whithith: The Assignment. This book that you hold in your hands is the second book of The Quartet of Middles, she hopes you enjoy this book and the series.
Ariel Ceylan is a teen author who self-published the books: The Assignment and The Power of a Vision. Ceylan started writing when she was thirteen years old. She wanted to see how much she could write in one plot line and The Assignment was born. She wrote a total of six books before her eighteenth birthday and a current total of seven books. Her favorite genre to write is fantasy. There's something about a magical setting that Ceylan loves. The first two books she published are high fantasy; they take place in a world where the rules are centered on magic. Ceylan is also broadening her writing repertoire by experimenting with urban fantasy, angst, humor, mystery, and the supernatural.
Writing is not Ariel Ceylan's only accomplishment. She seeks to be an artist in everything she does. She has thirteen years of dance experience, six of those years being competition, and she choreographs numbers to perform at school functions. Ceylan has taken up make-up artistry and garment design as an aside. She also is working on developing a cartoon and manga crossover style for the comics she intends to create.
Ariel Ceylan also has participated in community projects with Girl Scouts. She has earned her Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards. Ceylan also participated in New Jersey Girls' State and was elected Freeholder in 2009. Also, Ceylan worked with various members from Girl Scouts of New Jersey to help plan, organize, and execute, the first Girls' Advocacy Forum.
Currently, Ariel Ceylan is working on a variety of projects like books, fanfictions, plays, songs, and comics. She is working on these projects as she is studying English and Philosophy at William Paterson University. She hopes to graduate in 2014 in the Honors College.