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winterstar5

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A little bit about me.

My hobbies include photography, reading, and writing.
I love Korean dramas. Or Taiwanese drama, or .... you get the idea. :D

I'm a book blogger. (If you visit my blog and comment with your wattpad user name, I'll visit you. Plus, you can win PRIZES from some great authors out there.)

I've done some content (article)  writing, but my true love is writing fantasy.

My current fantasy fiction I'm sharing here, is early drafts for something I am working on for family. So take peak, read, and leave me a comment.  :) I do return visits.

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Elizabeth and the Mysterious Marquis

Elizabeth and the Mysterious Marquis

15 parts / 19 pages, updated Sep 08, 2014PG
What happens when you take Regency era England, and throw in a mythical 9 tailed fox? The Pendry siblings lives quite contently together in their b... read more
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