Jadine Tyne studied journalism because it was the closest degree to what she really wanted to become: an author.
Since she was a child she wrote short stories, plays, poetry,….
In her adolescence she took advantage of her English essays to write fiction. They were the perfect excuse to develop a story. No matter what they asked for, she always turned around her homework to continue her story. Her teachers were entertained reading and correcting those essays in which, step by step, they folllowed the adventures of the main characters.
While she was studying journalism, she took a screenwriting course, which she enjoyed 100%. Her classmates gave her good and constructive criticism and were interested in her stories. Then she realised that literary screenplays were her thing.