Author has written 8 stories for Spirited Away, Fairy Tales, Dark Angel, and Twilight.
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17-year-olds Sammie and Damien don't seem like two people whose lives would intersect. After all, Damien is a bullied, antisocial science geek, while Sammie is a flying girl who spends her days working for a group of criminals. But when Sammie falls from the sky one day after being shot, Damien tends to her wounds and gives her his bed to sleep in. He's immediately captivated by her, both because she can fly and because she doesn't seem to know anything about being a normal teenager. As she returns to his window night after night, captivation turns into something deeper: Damien falls in love with her--even if she refuses to explain why she is always injured or how, exactly, she spends her days.
Then a strange man shows up demanding information about Sammie and threatening Damien's future (and possibly his life) if he doesn't get it. Sammie is terrified of the man, though she won't say who he is or how he knows about her abilities. All she'll admit is that she can't let the man catch her. But how will Damien, a nobody, protect her? And how can he keep himself from being used against her?
Who am I?
Student, writer, journalist of sorts, storyteller, music lover.
My favorite freaking things:
Rollerblading, drinking coffee, jogging, reading, listening to angsty music, sitting on the deck, writing a story, poeming, singing said angsty music, visiting libraries, going for rides, playing dominos, juggling...
Favorite writing spot:
My gigantic wooden desk in my room, in whose drawers and shelves lie all the materials necessary for writing: smooth rock (to pet while I think of ideas), crayons, bar o' chocolate, juggling balls, books and books and books and books.
Computer of choice:
My well-worn white Macbook.
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