Author has written 2 stories for Romance, and General.
Hey! Just a little bit of information about me, I've been writing since I've been in highschool, and I feel like I will always be writing, it's something I can't not do :) I adore reading (obviously,) am a huge movie buff, I watch too much T.V., love to run, hike, camp and road trip to wherever I fancy. I'm a desert child- I can't ever see myself being anywhere but near mountains and the sun, but because of this, I do savor the rain, since I only get to experience it a couple days out of the year. I also don't believe I've ever spent a day not listening to music, and am always looking for more. I really appreciate any reviews on my stories, good or bad, and am currently working on a new story, which I will be posting soon. But in the mean time, check out my story Confidential, and my short story Life After Death. And any suggestions would be cool! (i.e, movies, music, stories-yours or others,- and I'll check 'em out)
For some reason, I like to write summaries that are paragraphs long. I'm sorry about this. haha So that limit, FP puts on when I try to post my stories never works out for me, here are the "real" summaries. Wish they would fit!
Confidential: Heidi Van Dauson had led a normal, quiet, spoiled life until she found herself as the only living witness able to make a case around three of the most wanted criminals in North America. After being forced into hiding until the trial, Heidi finds Camdon, someone who changes her: making her new life more than bearable, he makes it perfect. Now she has to decide if it's worth giving up the perfect life she has to testify, if it's worth it to go back to the old life she had before, and if she can keep lying to the only person that she's ever loved. (COMPLETE!)
Life After Death: 'To be or not to be' should never have been a question, but it was. And it was one with a definite answer for Nick, and now I'm stuck, trying to live for the both of us. But no one can live like that for long, and everyone needs a refuge. Mine was dance. When I danced to music, I became so entranced by it, that I didn’t even need to think, I didn’t need to remember.
Life After Death is an entry in The Write Away's Picture Challenge, the picture I was supposed to interpret can be found through this link http://www.flickr.com/photos/27697945@N00/5451059693/in/pool-58433456@N00/