Hey, my name's Hannah and I write :)

I'm 23. About to embark on my last years of college. yikes! By day, I work as a pharmacy technician at Kroger (the definition of Kroger is actually the ruination of all lives. Look it up) but by night I am a writer. My family is a huge inspiration to my work; especially my brothers. I don't think I could come up with half the crazy stuff I do without observing them. They're pretty hilarious minions.

Guys, I'm so sorry but I can't take up reading requests for a while. Please, don't be offended (or discouraged!) that I can't look them up. Sadly, time will not allow such things between work and school. And please don't let that stop you from chatting with me!

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  • JoinedSeptember 9, 2010

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MusicxXxGuru MusicxXxGuru Mar 19, 2017 01:12AM
Hello my lovely readers!!As you probably know, I'm on Tap. I thought maybe y'all would be interested in reading some conversations between some of my old characters (like Liam and Piper or Kodi and...
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Stories by Hannah
Atonement by MusicxXxGuru
Atonement Historical Fiction
It was enough that Josie Sherwood had traveled back in time to 1882-to the middle of the infamous Hatfield and McCoy feud. How fair was it that she'd had to leave behind Cap Hatfield, the man she might just be fall...
Pocket Full of Posies by MusicxXxGuru
Pocket Full of Posies Teen Fiction
Marley St. Claire had a plan. She was going to go off to college with her fiance and finally get married in October. But that was before she found him in bed with her best friend. Now Marley has new plan: genuinely...
Abandonment by MusicxXxGuru
Abandonment Historical Fiction
It's been two months since Josie and her brother, Russ, have returned home from their second trip to the past. While Russ is determined to never return, Josie's convinced she left her heart back in 1882. Moving for...
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