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Joined 08-26-10, id: 741626, Profile Updated: 11-04-12
Author has written 1 story for Young Adult.

I'm a bored college student who writes stories in her free time. My roommate thinks I'm constantly writing essays and papers but really, I'm wasting time on FictionPress. I don't really stress about making my stories perfect, I just write just to write. Writing is just a hobby of mine that no one really knows about. I'm an International Relations major and it's fairly demanding. For right now, this is my new account and I'm going to try my best to stick with it. By no means am I a professional writer, so there will be flaws. Don't take this story to heart because I write more for my entertainment than an audience's. Even though I'm several chapters ahead of what I actually update, I try not to update too much so that readers won't get too sick of my story. Writing is a good stress reliever and lets me focus on something other than French homework lol. I would very much like to be an author one day but if I can't, I can just write stories on here :).

11.4.2012:

Wow, I'm grateful and surprised people are still reading this story. Sorry it's been over a year since I've updated, I saw all the sweet messages you guys sent me, reminding me to keep adding on. I wrote these chapters a while ago but finally set aside time to upload them. Thanks so much for reading, it has made me realize it's more fun to share stories than to just write them and leave them saved eternally on your laptop haha. Have a great Thanksgiving!

The Exceptionals reviews
Arissa Darkholm is forced to transfer to an exclusive private school her sophomore year. Her life changes when she learns the secrets of being "Exceptional". She is invited to join the most notorious group in school known as the Guardian Committee.
Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: T - English - Sci-Fi/Romance - Chapters: 105 - Words: 157,105 - Reviews: 57 - Favs: 29 - Follows: 23 - Updated: 11/4/2012 - Published: 2/8/2011