Status: Abandoning ship. Account no longer in use. I am still writing, regularily, on Booksie.com... You can find me there. (7 months ago)

EmmaDreaming

Name Emma Richards
Location England
Member Since Jul 22, 2012
Votes Received 125
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Emma Richards
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Photographer
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Musician
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Dreamer

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Booksie: http://www.booksie.com/Emma_Richards

Figment: http://figment.com/users/204929-Emma-Richards

All novels have now been discontinued.

Works

The Prisoner's Daughter

The Prisoner's Daughter

3 parts / 7 pages, updated Mar 03, 2013PG-13VideoPictures
Violet White has lived in care for as long as she can remember, knowing very little of her family, except for the letters she receives from her father every year... read more
873 reads votes 42 comments 44
Waiting for the Sunrise

Waiting for the Sunrise

4 parts / 9 pages, updated Nov 10, 2012GPictures
Buried in the forest surrounding her village, a young girl discovers an abandoned baby. She raises him to the best of her abilities and watches him grow faster tha... read more
802 reads votes 83 comments 48
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Maybe one day, but not for a while, I've too much work to do at the moment, thank you for reading :)
The Prisoner's Daughter

Very interesting story and promising characters, I'm looking forward to reading more :)
Project Friend Zone

Sorry! This novel has been discontinued :( I'll let you know if I pick it up again!
Waiting for the Sunrise

The names you used for the 'gangsters' were hilarious! No-more-mister-knife-guy xD Classic! Scott is most definitely a fearsome guy. And I must...
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That tongue twister would drive me insane, no wonder he was ready to take it out on those gangsters / obscene religious symbols. His narrative is...
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