Author has written 11 stories for Young Adult, and Romance.
I just realized how ghastly outdated this profile is. And then I realized how ghastly outdated all of my stories are. And then I realized that perhaps, instead of updating my profile, I should work on my stories. But then I figured that people would never want to read my stories if my profile is out of date (which I actually realize is not really true at all). So, in summary, fixing my profile was a hell of a lot easier than writing a new chapter for Grasping at Straws.
I'm in this lovely place called college. At this lovely place, there are a lot of things to write, but unfortunately very few of them are stories. I'm a proud history major (with a minor in secondary education) and I hope to one day be an archaeologist... as of this moment anyway. I will openly admit that I'm probably one of the biggest nerds you will ever meet. Writing is just a side enjoyment that makes me happy because you need a little happiness in a large stress environment. Anything to take your mind of the millions and millions of pages that you should be writing for all of the classes.
If there are any more fun facts you would like to know about me, always feel free to drop me a line. But you're not really here for me anyway. You're just here for the stories!
Bombs Bursting in Air... Mostly: You know how they say you never forget your first love? You know how they say things happen for a reason? Well I was perfectly happy forgetting my first love with a good reason until my baby brother decided to run into his legs at the fireworks show. Oops.
That's So Cheesy: She didn’t like flowers. She didn’t like Valentine’s Day, huge boxes of chocolate, or hideously cute stuffed animals. She didn’t like anything under the category of cliché or cheesy. Sometimes it seemed like the only thing she did like was him.
From Day to Night: I should have known it was too good to be true. He was hot, a good dancer, and didn’t mind the fact that I was all sweaty. The fact that he also had a penchant for biting people shouldn’t have surprised me. He had to have some kind of oddity, right?
Knowing You Know Me: When your male best friend can predict when you’re on your period better than you can, you know there’s something wrong. And just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse… -SKoW Challenge response-
Willing to Try: She was just beginning to move on. He had just realized what he was losing by turning her away. Overcoming hurt feelings and pure hard headedness is never easy, but perhaps they both just need to be willing to try. -SKoW Challenge response-
Superiority Complex: Peyton has the misfortune of being the only girl in her family. She has the misfortune of being a Graham, quarterbacks at Middleton University for ages. Her biggest misfortune? Her brothers won't let her play the sport she loves just as much as they do.
Grasping at Straws: We all know the clichés. Popular jock falls for nerdy, shy girl. Girl falls for best friend’s brother. Girl falls for brother’s best friend. But life never works out that way. Clichés never work out in real life. You can only expect to find them in Meg Cabot books and Disney movies. Then he came to our school. Oh boy.
Lucky: It's challenge response to the SKoW Challenge #23: "So Many Songs, But I'm Feeling So Lonely!" It's based off of "Lucky", a song sung my Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat (number 3 on We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things if you want to be specific). I'm not really sure where it's going to go or even if it's ever going to be finished, but at this point, Jake from KYKM has a cameo! And that's reason enough to read it, right? (If I ever get it up, of course.)