Thank you for visiting my profile. I'm around here almost everyday and if I'm not, something peculiar has happened. 

My preferred reading is suspenseful and high stakes romance but I occasionally venture into other genres.

There are so many unputdownable reads on Wattpad and their quality, originality and inclusivity never ceases to amaze me. Numerous stories here in my opinion surpass those with high price tags and glossy advertising campaigns in bookshops.

It's great to be able to give my thoughts about plot, characters or any aspect of a story through the comments. Before I discovered Wattpad, nobody I knew was ever reading the same books and I really wanted to talk about them. Now I can interact with friendly and perceptive readers/authors.


I was fifty years old when I took up creative writing and it occured in a rather unusual way. To make sense of strange happenings around me, I decided to fictionalise the characters, events and timeline. During this process, I became addicted to everything related to fiction writing. And particularly Wattpad.

My instincts were correct about what was going on so my investigative story was set aside. Then I kept writing and have now completed six stories that are available exclusively on Wattpad.


Mary.
  • Ireland
  • JoinedFebruary 2, 2014



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MaryFahey MaryFahey Feb 21, 2018 10:04PM
Hello Everyone. A few seconds ago, I published Chapter 13 of Once A Prince.  Bess encounters some setbacks and has decisions to make. You can find it here - https://www.wattpad.com/story/127911283...
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