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Author has written 2 stories for Twilight.
About my stories
Edward Leaving EPOV is put on hold for now. I'm working on a novel that I hope to get published called The Man in the Uniform. If anyone has any interest in reading it when it gets published, I'll tell you when and if it does. Anyways...Edward Leaving EPOV is a little hard for me to write because I don't exactly have the mindset that Edward has. I'm almost Bella's twin, so it's kind of hard for me to get inside Edward's head. However, if you have a scene that you would like me to write, PM me and I'll do my best to write it as I see fit. When I went back to re-read what I wrote long ago, I literally cringed. My writing used to suck, but hopefully it's better now.
Stuck in Auschwitz is pretty much at a dead end. I have no idea if I'm going to be able to continue it, especially with The Man in the Uniform being my top priority. If you have any ideas for how I could continue this story, I'd love to hear them and will do my best to write them. If I don't get very many ideas, I'll probably just delete this story to write My Date with the President's Son...
My Date with the President's Son is a story I'm in the process of writing and can't decide whether or not to post it. I don't really seem to have a problem writing it while also writing The Man in the Uniform. Bella, Alice, and Rosalie are all princesses of Spain. They have to go to America for their father, the Royal Ambassador, to sign a peace treaty. While there, the three girls meet the President's sons, Edward, Emmett, and Jasper. After that, the title pretty much kicks in. If you want me to post it, I make a poll and you can vote. Also vote on whether or not I should drop Stuck in Auschwitz
Before reading my stories:
1) I really hate Jacob. No offense to Jacob-lovers, but he just gets on my nerves so much. If I ever happen to write a story in which he is a bad guy, don't break out the torches and pitchforks! It's just my personal opinion.
2) I'm not the best updater. I'm constantly busy with cheerleading and (when its not summer) school. I only write when I feel in the mood. If I try to rush with updating, it will end up being crappy. Patience is a virtue and will be rewarded.
3) I don't write lemons. I have absolutely no experience with them (seeing as I'm only 14) so if I tried to write one, it would be total crap.
4) I tend to rush some things sometimes. If you think something in a story of mine is coming to fast, let me know and I'll try to fix it.
5) I have yet to finish a story. Any story. If I finish the The Man in the Uniform, it'll be a miracle. With that being said, don't be too disapointed if a story gets deleted or something. If that happens, it just wasn't going anywhere in my mind and I apologize. I also have a poll for you to vote for which stories I should write.
Some information about me:
I'm a 14 year old girl going into her freshman year of high school. I would have been going into my sophmore year, but I missed the cut off day for going into school by like a week. It would be an understatement to say I was mad. However, I get to drive all but one month of my sophmore year, so yay for me.
I'm a cheerleader, and I don't take crap about cheerleading not being a sport. I dare you to be lifted 6 feet in the air and be able to balance on one foot then be thrown and caught. On top of that, I dare you to be the one throwing. It's not that easy. Also, cheerleaders aren't stuck up bitches. Some of the girls on my team are, but that's just because that's who they are.
Anywhoo...I love to write and I wish I could do it more often. My bff and I always discuss new story ideas and whatnot. I'm currently trying to convince her to get a Fanfiction account.
Ummm what else can I say? I'm pretty much a girly-girl. Except for the fact that I'm a bullseye shot with a pistol. :) Yeah, I grew up with two older brothers and a dad who loves to go shooting and motorcycle riding. My mom works full time for the government, but overall, we're a super close family. That's what happens when you're half Mexican I guess. :) But anyway, aside from growing up around guns and motorcycles, I love getting glammed up with friends. We talk about boys and makeup and what kind of skirts will look better on us and stuff like that. I have absolutely no hand-eye coordination, so cheerleading and gymnastics are the only two sports I'm good at.
My language arts teacher said I was the best writer in the school, but I disagree. I'm very critical of myself and hate it when something sounds wrong. I'm a grammar freak, so if you see any grammatical mistakes in my writing, please let me know ASAP. (I doubt you'll find very many, though) I'm super competitive, so if you challenge me to anything, prepare to be creamed! Just kidding :P
I'm a very hyper and happy person. You won't see me writing any sad stuff; Stuck in Auschwitz is a major stretch for me, and, personally, I think it sucks because it's during WWII. Don't get me wrong, I find WWII and the American Civil war fascinating, but it's really hard for me to write from the mindset of a Jew during WWII. Don't hate me if I end up taking it down.
I have a flawless photographic memory and I can remember everything I read. I can speak arp language (a language in which you add "arp" in front of the first vowel in every syllable. For example: before is barpefarpore. It's complicated, but I learned it in a day.) I get A's in everything and I hate getting a B. I'm the Public Relations Officer at my high school because the school district is retard, and the election only counted as 20 percent of the final outcome. The teachers didn't like my platform, therefore, I didn't get president. Oh well, what can you do?
So that's me. TADA!