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Joined 05-08-13, id: 916882, Profile Updated: 01-25-14
Author has written 1 story for Young Adult.

Short version: Nath, Female, mid-20s, Australia.

Long version:

I'm a Software Engineer by the day, and an aspiring writer by the evenings and the weekends. I'm a daydreamer who think plots and dissects characters when I walk around, or whenever work gets idle.

Writing has been my passion since my early teenage years. It is an outlet, an escape, a hobby, a life for me. I did it mostly privately in high school, then began publishing fanfictions for Sakura Taisen and Harry Potter. After a brief hiatus during my university years, I started again in The Hunger Games fandom and later Legend. You can view my recent works on fanfiction dot net and Archive Our Own, under the same username.

My main genre, as of recent, is Young Adult dystopian and fantasy. I have a soft spot for good older siblings who give their all for their little siblings, and always make sure that strong sibling bonds are present in my stories. My favourite female characters are strong and bold, and that is how I would like my female protagonists to be. I put plot and action before romance, although I will always include some romance or at least hints of it.

Other places where I exist:

fanfiction dot net: TheWomanWhoCodesAndWrites

AO3: TheWomanWhoCodesAndWrites

Twitter: codesandwrites

Tumblr: codesandwrites

Ask me questions, and I will try to answer :).

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There are only two possible futures for a settlement girl in The Southern Cross Federation: breed the next generation of settlement girls, or stand behind a Man forever as his Lady. That is what Ilona has known her whole sixteen summers. Will she accept the truth and the lies as they are revealed, or will she fight for her mother, her sisters, and her kind? A Dystopian Story.
Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 17 - Words: 43,919 - Reviews: 35 - Favs: 13 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 2/22/2014 - Published: 9/23/2013