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Megan Alice Tyler has suffered with the Alice in Wonderland syndrome since she was very young. Everything she sees is always out of proportion, either much bigger or smaller than she is. As the years pass, she begins to have visions and different voices in her head, claiming that what she is...
Novel | Updated Jan 1, 2014 | Reads: 80 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 11
A DOWNS SYNDROME GIRL AND HER MOTHER AND A SECRET
Poetry | Updated Dec 30, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
taken from my book,
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"
Being a florist in a rural town, Canada, isn't exactly going to land you on Forbes Mag. or on national television anytime soon.
But for Cassandra it's perfect - flowers, the country side, and maple trees, which every autumn, seem to have bright colours flaming off them, as if they are on...
Meg suffers from Alice in Wonderland syndrome, but is there something else about her that makes her seem a little out of the ordinary...a little strange?
Won First place/Megan Tyler in Sarahh365 and rsjakovac's 'Who's the Strangest?' contest.
Short Story | Updated Aug 1, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 7
The continuation of EX0L8, BOOK 1. Sara continues her journey to Florida, in a race against the Director who gave her the name, 'EX0L8', his most prized experiment.
Audrey Howard is a seventeen year-old from London, England. She's a good girl who makes a bad, bad mistake when she decides to ignore the human curfew and an odd warning from a stranger in favor of a late-night party.
Instead, she finds herself in the hands of Vincent Delacroix. An immortal...
Some poetry that describes my life living with asperger's syndrome.
A pop-star gets kidnapped by a shy man and his high strung girlfriend
A poem I wrote about Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. A fairly unknown mental disorder that I suffer from.
taken from my book,
brief explanation of a unique and often misunderstood disorder.
'I'd never thought I'd be one of those missing girls, one that never sees light of day again. And most of all, I never thought I'd be one of the girls with Stockholm Syndrome...'
Erin Stockholm wasn't meant to stay late in the office, and she wasn't meant to get locked in that building.
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "Am I Dying?"