Author has written 3 stories for Teen Titans.
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Current Excuse: Simply had an extended falling out and have had issues to deal with in real life.
Confessing Love- Being revised. And it's going really well.
December Secrets- Complete! I'm glad it was a sucess.
December's Darkness- There is really one way to go in this story, and any and all plots for it seem farfetched and just plain stupid. So instead of this, i'm going to post a different sequel to December's Secrets that takes place almost immeditaely after the first story line.
Love's True Thoughts- I renamed it and revised it. Read it, even if you read Love True Thoughts.
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Just A little something about me...
I'm just your average everyday fifteen year old girl with aspiring dreams to become a famous writer. I'm not popular, but the friends I do have seem to like me. I act crazy around the people I know best, and quiet around the ones I don't. My life is filled with annoyances, but I some how manage, most of the time. With each passing moment my life seems to become a little more difficult, so my moments of peace are embraced to the fullest. I like to be alone to think, and I love to laugh with friends and family. I think weird things and try to question everything around me. I like to daydream and often do so. Maybe that's why I like to write so much. I try to be funny, but sometimes I fail miserably. I like the things I like, and I'm not changing for anyone. I love to write and read. I try hard at everything I do. I can't wait to leave my home to go see the world that's out there. My current dreams are the folowing: to write, to travel, to go to college, and to own a laptop. I don't know what's ahead, but I continue to walk down the path of destiny using my heart and soul as guides.
Two favorite quote of all time: "Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death."- Anais Nin
"It is the function of art to renew our perception. What we are familiar with we cease to see. The writer shakes up the familiar scene, and, as if by magic, we see a new meaning in it." -Anais Nin