Author has written 25 stories for Life, Love, Family, Religion, Romance, Friendship, Humor, Fantasy, War, Mystery, Essay, and General.
We as a nation can freely throw our freedoms away because we have never wanted. We were born to a land of the free and a home of the brave. But freedom is not free, it is not passed to our children by birth, and is always one generation from extinction. And now more than ever I fear that freedom will die on our watch. I'm afraid that we will realize what we had after it was lost to us.- PVT Le Messurier USMC
My name is Kaye. I'm an intermitten college student, and am looking at majoring in neurology. I'm pretty non-descript, so I will just end with the fact that I suffer from a neurological disorder that has caused me to go through brain surgery twice. For further information on the condition, go here: I want to raise awareness about the disorder in order to find a cure for future patients.
-6/2010 I'm in the process of writing Into the Life of an Invalid right now, and have really had the motivation to write it. I will continue with Always Watching when I finish up Amy's story. I would really like some feedback on the new story, so please R&R!!
Who am I?
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If you review one of my stories, I will review one or more of yours. Might take me a while to get back with the review, but I promise I will write one!!
Newest Fictions I've authored:
In the process of revamping. Natalie Lewis is haunted by the murder of a friend right before high school ended, and swears she will find the murderer. Years from the incident, she is a forensic pathologist for a New Mexico crime lab, and runs into a string of murders with the same characteristics as her old friend's. Now she has to team up with one of her college day friends, James Tag, to find the truth behind the murders, and put her ghosts to rest.
Into the Life of an Invalid
Amy has a condition that started when she was young. Now in the final year of high school, she recollects some of her thoughts of her life up until now and continues into the future. She will discover how family isn't the only strength of someone who has lost the ability to participate in normal life. Love can make things either easier or harder, and trust opens doors into a fuller life. (Based off accounts of people I've talked to, and myself with the health condition I have. Keep in mind, this isn't just MY story. I'm adding details of other cases to my main character. You may read this and be like: omg!! you have such a hard life!! Be assured, I'm not as bad off as my character, but there are some who are and worse. Thanks!)