Hi! I'm Danielle. I'm a lover of music, particularly pop-punk. (P!ATD, FOB, WATIC, WTK, ATL, Mayday Parade, and Marianas Trench are my life. ) And of course I love to write.
Through My Looking Glass was the first thing I ever posted on Wattpad. It's just a book of poems I wrote one year when I got really into poetry. I still love poetry, but tend to write stories now.
Yes, Master is my first completed story on Wattpad. It takes place in England, and tells the story of Rosalie, the maid for a rich family, who falls in love with her boss's son, Alexander. It's cheesy and pretty awful, but it holds a special place in my heart.
Subjugated came next. Taking place in medieval Ireland, Maura is a headstrong, stubborn girl in an era where girls are expected to be anything but. When she's forced into an arranged marriage by her uptight father, she wonders if she'll ever find love. This is one of my favorites because I love how it examines family dynamics and shows that home is really where the heart is.
Plagued is set in the era where mysterious plagues wiped out thousands. Arabella Bordel gets more than she bargained for when she offers newcomer Henry Beaumarchis archery lessons, especially when Henry makes a surprise declaration when he is sick.
Catered takes place in contemporary NYC. It's a classic rich girl, "poor" boy story, but with a twist, because the rich girl was once "poor" herself.
Corresponding Stars takes place in 1903 Europe and shows how a twist of fate brings two people, Alexis and Genevieve, together.
Traditional in the Twenties takes place in 1926 NYC. It tells the story of how, through a series of coincidences, a Jewish girl who has never ventured out of her traditional world meets the boy who changes it.
Updates: I try to update weekly at least one of my stories. There's no specific schedule, but I usually update Tuesdays during the summer, and weekends during the school year.
- JoinedFebruary 23, 2012
Traditional in the Twenties
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Clara lives with her traditional Jewish family in 1920's New York. She's content with her familiar, tradition...