Maya Wright
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Joined 04-14-08, id: 607826, Profile Updated: 06-04-08
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Hello to all who decide to read my bio. As you can see, I am Maya, at your service. So, since you have decided to read my bio (unless you were forced to by some torturer) I shall tell you some things about myself. I won't tell you every little detail, because that would be kinda creepy, but what I will reveal is just the simple that make me the Maya Wright.

Name: Maya

Age: 14

Personality: I am mostly positive and full of happiness, and I love to share it with my close friends. But people don't realize that I have a serious side.

Family: My real last name comes from two words in the German language meaning "strong" and "bright". I can tell you this: I sure am bright, but I have no idea where that strong part comes in... Maybe my grandparents? Anyway, I have five other brothers and sisters, and my parents are still together. I love my family, but, like any parents, they can be embarrassing and extremely annoying. but that is what families are for.

Life: I am a future attorney. Everyone doubts it but me. I am in all honor classes, so I know I am on the right track. And once I save enough money for law school and graduate from high school, my life as a lawyer begins!

Deceptive Vow by LeenElle reviews
Klara helps Allied soldiers cross the border in France, Jack is a German officer. When Jack inspects her home, he begs her to stop, when she won't, he does the only thing he can to help, marry her. Vow's meant to deceive the Germans, end up deceiving them
Fiction: Historical - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 29 - Words: 62,039 - Reviews: 414 - Favs: 141 - Follows: 33 - Updated: 6/25/2008 - Published: 2/19/2008 - Complete
The Crossing of the Dan River
A contest entry about General Greene's troops in Virginia during the Revolutionary war, the race to the waters of the Dan river.
Poetry: War - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 152 - Published: 4/16/2008 - Complete