About

I like to write. I like to read. So obviously I have become quite addicted to Wattpad. 

I don't know why I love writing so much, but it seems that my mind is an endless movie theater and any time I have a pencil in my hand and a piece of paper in front of me I am writing down a plot line. I want my stories to be original, thought provoking, interesting and most of all give you a laugh every once in a while. 

Because what is fun about reading a story without some form of comic relief?
  • Location:
    In a paradox.
  • Joined:
    2 years ago


1 Published Work

Featured work.

Things that Go Bump in the Night

Social data: 401K reads. 8.4K votes. 970 comments.

Description: It’s been six years since werewolves revealed themselves to the world, five since they took over every aspect of the government and asserted their dominance over humans, and four since Juniper’s dad was murdered by a werewolf coming home from wo...



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Deep breaths! There is still a lot of story to tell. To be able to predict the story you need to think about the challenges each character is facing and how they are destined to overcome those obstacles without changing the very core of their being. 

Expecting Juniper to suddenly forgive Sean is a gross betrayal of all that she is or had ever been. I have been purposefully vague over a lot of the horrible things that Juniper has experienced for multiple reasons. That does not mean that they did not happen. 

As for Sean, he is a much different bird. There is a lot that this character needs to overcome. A LOT. Being an absolute nut case is the first challenge. I shall let you figure out the rest. 

If if makes you feel better, I can promise you that Sean will not die in the next chapter, nor do I have any plans for him to die in the immediate future. He's got too much suffering yet on his plate to be be a martyr yet.