Hello. My name is Elizabeth (to Wattpad) and I like to write. If you'd like to read some of what I have here, please do, as I've worked quite hard on it.

If not, then perhaps you'd like to PM me to talk about video games, books, or anime.

This is a profile, so I think I'll list some facts about myself for everyone to see.

I like books, video games, anime, and other things along those lines. Board games are good too. Dungeons and Dragons forever. (Not that it's a board game, I just love to play it.)

I don't speak French well.

My fingers are double jointed. I can do very strange and creepy things.

I like the color gray. Or grey, depending on where you live.

My favorite animal is the owl.

Oh, and here's a list of my protagonists, just for you wonderful people who might be planning on reading my stories...

Caliya Sternis: The Story Shared by 10000 (a game avatar who gained sentience)
Mortician: Death (a demi-human with odd powers and a tricky voice in her head)
Robin Lancaster: Strawberry (a girl who dumped the 'bad boy' because he was an idiot and then started to realize something about herself)
Lisana Alfaire: Dragon Song (I'm still learning more about this character, so no summary yet)
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I have unpublished Azure Reviews because I believe that I cannot take on any more requests and because I have been unable to finish several.I am so, so sorry to everyone who I didn’t manage to get t...
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Stories by Elizabeth A. Martin
Dragon Song by TurquoiseSakura
Dragon Song
Lisana Elfaire is a young woman who has held on to her childish dream for her entire life. She desperately wa...
I Miss You by TurquoiseSakura
I Miss You
A loved one is missing from a girl's life. This is the tale, told in poetry, of how she copes with her loss a...
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Death by TurquoiseSakura
Death
Mortician hates her name, loves her father, misses her mother, and is obsessed with the idea of death. Then a...
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