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A teen boy gets killed, but trades his soul for another chance. He changes. A girl notices the new boy with silver eyes.
Aquarian Hunger

Aquarian Hunger

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About Me

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Hello!

I love to write and I love to give constructive criticism, even if the writer's better than me. But, I guess that's my Aquarian pretentiousness. I joined WC because I want honest feedback about my writing, no fluffy ego stroking, just constructive criticism and the truth about what you think of my writing.
I love to review, but don't even think about sending a request if you're not going to be kind and return the favor. And, please, only send me something you really want me to read, I don't have a lot of time so if you send me twelve different poems/stories I'm going to pick and choose and may not get to the one you really want me to RR. DO NOT SEND ME REQUESTS IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO ACKNOWLEDGE MINE! [[[[[**************That said, please do not send me friend requests if you have not reviewed any of my works/ introduced yourself/or have no writing of your own up etc. I'm just gonna wonder who the hell you are and then delete it. If you find that you have been deleted it's because I have recently cleaned out my friends list as I have no desire for dead weight, I'm not a b***h I just don't have time for people who send mindless friend requests. If you would like to re-friend me or add me for the first time then ask me or review something and wait till I review something of yours. It's not really that difficult to understand.************]]]]]]]

You will know me through the books I read and love. I love most paranormal romance be they young adult or adult, Sherrilyn Kenyon has a special place in my heart, but Anne Rice will always be my first* <3, I enjoy the House of Night Series, the Bluebloods series and Harry Potter introduced me to the world of Magical Literature!.One day I plan on reading Pride and Prejudice (cause I saw the movie and was like "Mr. Darcy's a pimp wit his quizzical brow!"), Dracula was wonderfully complex and horrifically enticing and Christine Feehan is a peach who writes the steamiest plots known to man. Terry Prachett is a super alien but his writing kicks but and Niel Gaiman is also an alien. Clive Barker captured my imagination with Abarat. "I was a Teenage Fairy" made me love my town's library and Paulo Cohello taught me the magic of spirituality with a journey to Egypt in The Alchemist.
Donna Jo Napoli made me want to write and dream fairy tales. Nora Roberts gave me the courage to believe that my own fairytale can come true. Jemiah Jefferson let me know with her Voice of Blood that the gory parts of my mind were beautiful and thrilling! And Lord Byron enhanced those gory bits. Garth Nix expanded my mind and made me see the texture of this world and emotion with the Abhorsen Trilogy. Jacqueline Carey tested my attention span with Kushiel's Dart and it was well worth it. Sheri S. Tepper showed me the politics of my world through Beauty. And so many other authors that I could write 50 grocery lists full maybe more.
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An amazing poet Staceyann Chin


“...I come in too many flavors for one f*****g spoon;
I am never one thing or the other.
At night I am everything I fear
tears and sorrows,
black windows and muffled screams.
In the morning I am all I ever want to be;
rain and laughter.
Bare foot prints and invisible seams,
always without breath or definition.
I claim every single dawn,
for yesterday is simply what I was
and tomorrow even that will be gone.”

Staceyann Chin

This is some music that gives me inspiration.




I write like
Anne Rice

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I write like
William Shakespeare

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Posted 6 Years Ago


thnk you very much, not only did you take the time out of your precious free time to write good reviews but you wrote 3 in one day... I normally don't tht kind of attention so I'm very appreciative of it ^_^ and if I was a pimp still, free hand jobs for ya buds all around from my prostitutes of awesomeness, but as of this week lately I've been unemployed. So, instead, you have been freed from the wrath of the penny goblins! and thou shall have a feast upon the breast of gay rainbow dragons and bunny rabbits!... no need for thanks, your reviews is payment enough, so THNK YOU mate :) much appreciated.

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Posted 6 Years Ago


awesome review, I will take your notes and apply them. Thank you
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Posted 6 Years Ago


yup - they said they were "going to ask permission" but my attitude means they won't quote it but are just going to write about the works and me anyways "so sue me" lol! nice! ha fools

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Posted 6 Years Ago


oh my, someone said that? they don't sound nice.
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Posted 6 Years Ago


haha well the crazies I'm used to on here, they make up most of the members lol! but yeah people telling me "so sue me" after saying they're gonna use my work doesn't best make me want to share work lol

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Posted 6 Years Ago


And finally, thanks for your review of "A Heart Whose Love Is Innocent"... I too adore Byron's poem, which is why when I was doing the prompt, his "She Walks in Beauty" was the first poem to pop into my mind. I love the way you review.. you look so deeply into a poem and pull out that all the emotions of a poem. Thanks so much for the wonderful comments.

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Thanks for your wonderful review of "Saved"... I was just going along with the word prompts and out popped that poem.. and it was as though I was reviewing someone else's work and I said to myself.. wow, how profound. I've never thought such a thing about my own work before. Thanks again for your lovely comments.

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Thanks also for your lovely review of "Poetry Therapy". I am glad you liked the first line. I was scared it would be offensive to some, but so far most have given me positive feedback about it :)

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Thanks for your wonderful review of "Importance" :) Yes, do visit the Outer Banks.. including Nags Head.. you will not be disappointed!

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Thanks for the review of my story! Glad you liked it! I haven't written stories/chapters well for a while so getting back into it has been hard. It's nice to have reviewers help me to push myself with kind comments. :)
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