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Joined 07-03-13, id: 927644, Profile Updated: 07-16-13
Author has written 3 stories for Young Adult, Humor, and School.

Basic Info

Hello! I'm Lauren. I'm 17 years old and I am a writer.

When I was younger, I couldn't understand anything that I read, and my mom had a lot of trouble just to read me some bedtime stories and have me understand them at the same time. Starting kindergarten I began to avidly read many books. It was not until I was 10 or 11 when I started to write some stories regularly.

At first I started out with fanfiction (and I even had a separate fanfiction.net account myself) at 13, but then I quickly moved away from it as I started to fall in love more with my OCs. By the time I entered high school, I started coming up with original stories and original characters based on the books that I loved to read and the life experiences that I had. I write because I love it and it's the most natural way for me to express myself. I do other creative things, such as playing flute and doing photography, but writing was always something that speaks to me.

Here are some websites that you will find me:

My deviantART- http:// (Stop by my page and say hi! I always appreciate those.)

My tumblr- http:// (I reblog random shit and Homestuck)

My Stories

As of right now I'm submitting some random stories and poems that I had written in year's past, but soon I'll be working on submitting chapters of a huge novel that I'm writing. I will list completed and in progress stories here:

Inescapable Conclusions- A short tale about an aspiring art student who prematurely judges another girl in her classroom based on assumptions and first impressions. This was actually published in some sort of teen magazine when I was 13. Completed.

Dilemmas of a Superhero: Dry Cleaning (Drabble)- Started out as a random idea about a generic superhero named Kendra who has to deal with her mother and her crazy dog at the laundromat. May turn into a little series if I want. Completed.

Offbeat- Major novel that I am currently working on. Meet Lynn Fletcher, Beck Hunter, Grace Taylor, and Falcon Forester--four freshmen kids living in a small town within Eastwood County. They joined the Eastwood Marching Band's dwindling freshmen class of ten freshmen members, after hearing from their own teachers of how fun marching band was. Arriving to band camp with their own set of problems, the kids form an unlikely friendship and discover the glorious history of their marching band as well as the dark secrets hidden within the Eastwood Campus Woods' ghostly consorts--all within the name of honor, pride, and tradition. Paranormal/Sci-fi, Young Adult fiction. In-Progress.

Cassidy the Revenant by MacabreDivinity reviews
A priest who murders a young girl is now haunted by her spirit at the wake. Can her revenge save his soul? Cassidy will rise again.
Poetry: Religion - Rated: T - English - Supernatural/Tragedy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 427 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Published: 7/15/2013 - Complete
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Parallel Universe
My marching band instructor once told me that there is such thing as perfection; It's possible to get in step every time, square your shoulders along the yardlines and sidelines, and to play every note just as good as the recordings. This is just a little poem that I had do write up for my creative writing class on my take on perfection.
Poetry: School - Rated: K - English - Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 316 - Favs: 1 - Published: 7/23/2013 - Complete
Dilemmas of a Superhero: Dry Cleaning (Drabble)
Kendra can deal with saving the world, but when it comes to dry cleaning, it's all Greek to her. (Author's Note: Just a short random drabble. Might turn into a series if I feel like it.)
Fiction: Humor - Rated: K - English - Humor/Parody - Chapters: 1 - Words: 524 - Published: 7/3/2013
Inescapable Conclusions
Bridget, a creative and artistically aspiring high school girl, recalls the time when she made trivial judgements about Ruby, an awkward and taciturn classmate. Defensive and nimble, Bridget learns to see things through the other side. (Author's Note: Written and published when I was 13).
Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: K - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,037 - Published: 7/3/2013 - Complete