Anxiety Queen, League of Legends/World of Warcraft addict, and lover of animals.  Vanilla milshakes are my heaven and baggy sweaters are my earth.  Milo is my little hamster fluff and Justin is my boo<3. Sometimes I am a writer, other times a reader, artist or nature princess.  I spend my time practicing Buddhism, begging my mother for a cat and dying my hair. I'm also learning Japanese - if you know any, feel free to speak it to me. I'll love you forever.

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12 Published Works

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Social data: 1.7M reads. 47K votes. 2.5K comments.

Description: One bridge. Two guys. Three secrets. Four therapists. Five attempts. Six months. Seven bad habits. Eight family meetings. Nine visits. Ten cuts. One death. Spiritual #4

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k_elizabeth2018 posted a message to Monst3rs
Farm Girl Meets Bad Boy, Farm Girl Loves Bad Boy, and Farm Girl Has Bad Boy were the absolute best books that u have read in my entire life. You are an amazing writer and I have plans to read the rest of your books in the near future.
People bashing Wattpad authors for publishing their stories and taking (most) of them down because they're following their dreams baffles me. Yes, Wattpad is a free reading site. But it's also not a career, a publisher, or a place where all the stories you read are 'professional.' We should be thrilled for these people who are getting the chances to earn money for doing something they enjoy! Isn't that the dream? Shouldn't we be happy for each other?