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Joined 07-21-09, id: 680186, Profile Updated: 08-17-13
Author has written 2 stories for Fantasy, and Young Adult.

Hi, nothing much to say here except that I'm a Commerce student, Aussie-Greek, and PROUD of it! I spend my time playing music (notice my avatar includes a pitcure of me playing the harp), hanging with friends, chilling at the movies, and completing Accounting homework... (cough) okay maybe not that one!

Most of my favourite films are those that have been adapted from novels or manga. These include V for Vendetta, Lord of the Rings, Schindler's List, As it is in Heaven, and Les Choristes. Then of course I would have to throw in some musicals: Les Miserables, Singing in the Rain and Avenue Q.

I've been reading all my life, especially English Tudor history. I focus mainly on writing fantasy and fiction. However, I'm currently aiming to branch out into non-fiction.

I'm always trying to improve my writing, so if you could give any comments on my work, that would be great! And remember, if you review one of my stories, I'll be sure to return the favour.

Yia sas!

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The Long Way Back
Mia is haunted by a life untouched and unmarked. Afraid to lose a man far older than herself, she sets out for an African island to teach alongside him. But what peace can ever truly be found? - For those who have spent a lifetime stitching their souls back together.
Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,485 - Published: 8/16/2013
The Guardian of Naraiya reviews
In a land where Humans are enslaved, Anika must protect a legendary mirror knowing that the fate of the Gods rests in her hands. But a necromancer stalks her every move, and she realises that to survive, she must protect her mind as well as her heart...
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 3 - Words: 6,528 - Reviews: 95 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 16 - Updated: 7/9/2010 - Published: 7/23/2009