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Joined 04-03-18, id: 1110681, Profile Updated: 07-30-19
Author has written 3 stories for Fantasy.

My flight was delayed and I was stuck at the airport without a book. But I had some paper and a crazy idea. The idea came from this book, or that show, a movie that could have been better, or a song that brought me to tears. It combined thoughts such as, "What if this had happened?" and "I wish the character had done that."

And I started writing. I couldn't get the words out fast enough.

Then I shared it with a friend, and instead of teasing me for thinking I could write a book, she loved it. She said I should post it online. What? No! I love my story, what if other people say mean things about it? Writing was just something I was doing for fun. Like someone who doodles in a sketchbook--they aren't going to put on art show.

I trolled Wattpad and FictionPress and read the comments. People were nice, supportive. They asked questions and gave encouragement. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad.

So I took a chance and hit post. And other people liked it. Strangers who weren't being nice just because they're my friends! Really, you like my story? Suddenly I couldn't wait to publish each chapter, excited to share the adventure with you.

Now I can't stop. Before now I never once thought about trying to write a book. I hated high school English. I painfully dragged my way through each essay. I loved to read but dreaded over-analyzing books. "Maybe there's no meaning behind it. Maybe the author just lost a bet and had to put his buddy's name as the protagonist!"

Now I'm the one putting a lot of thought into names, wondering if you get the reference, find the Easter egg. "Will they make the connection?" I wonder every time I post.

I started writing for myself, now I'm slave to my fans. All twelve of you. I have no plans; I'm just enjoying the process.

Tell me your thoughts! Were you surprised? Sad? Happy? Who do you hate? Who do you dream about? How do you picture them? Bring me along your journey in this world so we can enjoy it together.

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The Unwilling Queen (Book 3 of The Unknown Alchemist) reviews
A war has been declared between the powerful sapiens and the lesser species. Caught in the crossfire, humans are looking to their new queen and the opportunity to rise up. Though Avery tries to stay hidden, the desire to help her sapien family exposes her to both armies, each looking to use her for their own cause. She must decide if she can save humanity, and if she should.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 79 - Words: 228,876 - Reviews: 103 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 18 - Updated: 10/24/2020 - Published: 3/5/2019 - Complete
The Unwanted Princess (Book 2 of The Unknown Alchemist) reviews
After killing the son of an alpha prime Avery flees to prevent a war. She sets out in search of other humans hoping they have answers as to why she was locked away for centuries. Instead she learns that humans have been preparing for a species war, awaiting a prince able to wield the magic of the gods and defeat the sapiens.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 37 - Words: 98,061 - Reviews: 53 - Favs: 19 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 7/30/2019 - Published: 9/24/2018 - Complete
The Unknown Alchemist reviews
A girl who was trapped in an enchanted cabin escapes to find magical creatures rule beautiful cities and humans are on the brink of extinction. Using her wits she must navigate this dangerous world as she searches for answers to why she was imprisoned for 200 years. Was she trapped there to protect her from the world, or to protect the world from her?
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 50 - Words: 125,666 - Reviews: 85 - Favs: 32 - Follows: 31 - Updated: 3/6/2019 - Published: 4/17/2018 - Complete