Name: Leslie Tumbaco
Genres: Romance, Drama, and Humor (I enjoy writers who know how to use the English language and all the synonyms that go with it. I do not like authors who use the same words repeatedly. It starts to get redundant and boring, so I don't read stories like that.)
The stereotypical rich girl from Upper East Side Manhattan is transplanted to a boarding school. The average drama, boy problems, and gossip consume her transition. Yet, the situation worsens when a student is found dead, and everyone is involved.
That was the day he fell in love with Aubrey. When she read right through him. And yet, nothing came of it. They had quickly become steadfast friends, spending so much time together. But a relationship never developed past the platonic.
Recent News: I have been on a long break with my story Diamonds and Death because of the backwards writing. Plus, I went away to college. The final chapters are being written from end and back because of the way the plot works. I currently have two to three chapters left to complete, but there is no guarantee as to how long they will take. After I finish them, I don't plan on updating the story on here. I am re-writing the entire story. If you'd like more details, check out the Author's Note on the story. I do have another plot in mind for a spin-off that will probably follow up Diamonds and Death, but that will not happen until I make my changes. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
I would be happy to read your story, but before you ask me to read it, please make sure that you have removed the grammatical errors. I try to review stories after each update.
Random stuff about me:
- I am not perfect, but I am a perfectionist.
- I don't have one favorite color, but some of my favorite colors are black, red and navy.
- I don't believe in love at first sight.
- I do not fit any stereotype. At all. Trust me. I've tried to fit myself into one, but I just don't.
- I am currently pursuing writing as a career, but this is most of my fun work.
- I am a photographer.
- I love music: not just to listen to it with my iPod, but the atmosphere, the candor, and the diversity of any music.
- I don't consider myself a "hipster" per se, but my sister says I am. I'm not sure I agree or disagree with it entirely.
- I speak Spanish fluently and a little bit of French.
- I believe in cultural nourishment for America because we seemed to be deprived over here.
- I have many different facets to my behavior. You just have to get to know them.
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