Author has written 4 stories for Essay, Life, and Historical.
She's not a perfectionist, but the world is.
-enchanting eternities, Never Perfect Enough
Audrey. 13. Imperfectionist.
I promise that if you review one of my stories, I will review one of yours; a review exchange. Deal? ;D
Gotten into poetry recently, so I write poetry when I'm happy, poetry when I'm sad. As a result, I may end up with a lot of poetry...
How Society Influenced the Pre-Socratics:Essay dealing with Pre-Socratic philosophers and what it was that sparked their brilliant ideas. Title is pretty self-explanatory: this is my first philosophy essay written back in September.
Watching Clouds: Nine girls from nine different times and places muse over life, who they are and where they fit in. Easy little bit of poetry to read, my first shot at this sort of thing. Be nice and leave a review! :D
Damaged Happiness:A poem for a friend. Just something I felt like writing, so yeah your comments are appreciated.
A Happy Ending (1914-1918): Lady Adrian Oxley is frivolous, naive, and a hopeless romantic. So naturally, when the person she loves is called up to fight during World War 1, she becomes a nurse close to the front lines in the hopes of finding him. Only fate will tell if the two's paths will cross during wartime, or if they'll ever get their happy ending. Chapter 2 is up, story under construction! Chapter 3 will be up by 6/1/13.
Title To Be Decided (1911-1912): After the untimely death of her baby brother, heir to the title of Lord Harker, Lady Valerie Harker is supposed to find a husband and 'settle down', so to speak; there's nothing less appealing to a rebellious girl. With a new luxury ship ready to sail to America and a downstairs staff she can't seem to keep her mind off, Lady Valerie doesn't plan on sticking around Harker estate much longer. (Historical, Titanic.)
Title To Be Decided (1939-1945?): They say Caitlin Capulet was born to be Shakespeare's Juliet and she always agreed. Upon being cast the role, she is caught up in the world of theatre and meets her Romeo; with war, however, on the horizon, Caitlin comes to realise that neither Shakespeare nor fate ever intended for Romeo and Juliet to get a happy ending. (Historical, World War 2.)
Rules of Civility - Amor Towles
The FitzOsbornes in Exile - Michelle Cooper
Graceling - Kristin Cashore
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Steven Chbosky
Seraphina - Rachel Hartman
The Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling (not currently reading it, but it's an all-time favourite)
The Tale of Despereaux - Kate DiCamillo (another favourite)
Thanks for stopping by - enjoy the tiny amount of writing I have published, please subscribe, and remember to stay tuned for more historical fiction coming soon! :D
-Audrey/ Auddy-G/ Audreynaylay/ Audi/ Aubrey
Howling ghosts they reappear in
-Of Monsters and Men, King and Lionheart
It's been years since we
It's been years since we
And in years when the
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