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Author has written 15 stories for Romance, Supernatural, Love, Life, Fable, Horror, Sci-Fi, Biography, and Historical.
Hi! I'm a 19 year-old college student in the middle of a lot of stories. I haven't been on here in a while but I'm looking forward to working on and rewriting some of these stories!
Until then, check out some of my fanfics:
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CURRENT STORIES (those underlined are current works. Those NOT underlined, are not published/in progress)
28 Days to Pass: A girl tries to be popular and ends up going to a rehabilitation jail where she meets a male nurse, whom she begins to like.
A Series of Unconventional One-Shots: Short stories based on my characters.
Bye, Baby Bunting: The story of a supposedly insane man who has no choice but to kill; no matter how hard he tries, he can't seem to stop. Can he do anything to prevent himself from harming others?
Death's Poem: A short poem for "I Love You Please".
I Love You Please: A young German girl is determined to find the strange man she met when she was 3: Death. She is also determined that, when she meets him, she'll marry him.
Insane: A paraplegic girl is moved into a nursing home and meets an older man with Split Personalities. As she meets them, she soon learns to love them as individual people, and as the man himself; along with falling IN love with him.
Letters to Home: A girl in 1930s Hawai'i meets a man from America, whom boards with his father at her house and whom she dislikes at first. As the days go by, she soon starts to like him, and eventually falls in love with him. But one day he tells her that he's being deployed into the war in Japan. He writes to her every day throughout the war. She has no doubts that their love can withstand the trials of the war, but the only thing she can't be sure of is when he will come home.
The Masochist: Help is Near: A masochist needs help to stop hurting himself. It seems that nothing will work, not even the obvious love from his best friend, who is close to losing her patience and leaving him.
The Planet Archives: Book One: Mars: Mars used to be as populated as Earth, but now only two Martians remain. One digs graves and the other one fills them. The male is fine with living on the desolate planet alone, but the female wishes to visit the strange planet Earth. On Earth, however, there is a lonely man whose only comfort is his sister-in-law who he considers family. He only wants for his life to be normal, but it doesn't seem that way; and after something strange happens, it just seems to get worse. Will the Martian girl and Earthen man get their wishes?
Welcome Home: A middle-aged man meets his goddaughter one day after she shows up on his front porch and throws a fit. It seems she has A.D.D. in addition to her asthma, so it is a big difference from being alone to living with her. But after many attempts to get rid of her, he finally gives up and accepts her into his house for good. Everything seems to be going well and normal; that is, until, he finds out that he loves her -- in a different way than a non-related family member should.
Werewolf Hunter: The Legend of Romasanta: (Historical) In 1850s Spain, a small town is terrorized by an invisible being killing and mutilating innocent people. The victims seem to grow, and soon it is an epidemic. Wolf bites seem to be all over the corpses, so they assume it is the wolves in the nearby forests; they soon set fires in front of their homes to keep them away, as well as hunting out the animals and killing them for sport. But it appears that it's not the animals that are stalking Allariz, but a seemingly harmless street vendor; one that everyone had trusted up until accusations arose. When secrets unfurl, it seems that this man is not just a normal person: he's a werewolf.
What Do You Mean I'm Dead?: A series of stories about people who refuse to believe they're dead.
Wishing, Wishing on a Star Light, Star Bright: A short about a woman, her wishes and the stars.
Words and Sentences Make a Life: Short poems about Life and things.