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It's me, Daisy

It's me, Daisy

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Elicia Mannay By EliciaMannay Updated Nov 27, 2011

Daisy Sullivan lived in a world filled with the cold hands of fate and the cold rejection of a Mother who never seemed to care. After being handed over to her Aunt and Uncle at just seven years old, at 16 it doesn't get any better. She believes that to be wanted she must be the best or even in her eyes, perfect. Living in the belief that she will be wanted by her family if she becomes the perfect child, she changes herself to be just that. Only once this transitions complete does she realise that there's always a price for perfection and failure is always just around the corner. 

~ This is the unedited version so far so comments about grammar, spelling and such are welcome. This is the first of more than one book hopefully, sequel will be from different people's points of view. The prologues for the sequels, It's me, Katie and It's me, Tom are up.

  • betrayal
  • daisy
  • family
  • friendship
  • happiness
  • hurt
  • love
RedFeather RedFeather Nov 14, 2011
@EliciaMannay  I meant use one of my covers*.
                              Thanks again. And I'm currently reading your story - a very unique plot. Best wishes for the Watty Awards!
EliciaMannay EliciaMannay Nov 14, 2011
@SeanPowell Thanks, fellow super awesome person ;) @RedFeather It was good! I like you too. (: xxx
RedFeather RedFeather Nov 14, 2011
Hooray! I'm so happy you used my cover. Your the first one to actually use a cover for their story.
                              I like you already! (In a friendly kind of way)
MikaylahS MikaylahS Nov 13, 2011
I like the song choice! I kinda agree with the others about the emotion but other then that it was a great start! I'm adding to my library. Keep it up!
EliciaMannay EliciaMannay Nov 13, 2011
@Yeahbabyyeah I'll try, thanks::) @IAmTheManNamedJACOB and thank you :) xxx
RomanticThinkerJacob RomanticThinkerJacob Nov 13, 2011
i think you should put a little extra push into expressing the emotion but other than that the writing was really good and it had good flow