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lma

Location: washington , United Kingdom

Member Since: December 2009

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Family, friends, (you amazing) fans and college are all I really care about. 

I love grammar, spelling on the other hand is something am not good at understaning.

I love this site and I've missed it so much, 
I have to admit to you all I quit, I stopped writing, I thought no-one was interested in anything I had
to write. Then I realized, I have you, and I need to write for you.
That's what am going on from now on. 

I want to be great, I want to be successful but I feel I can't be
because people will laugh at me in real life. 
When I' am figuring something out like an essay or creative writing piece/college work,
I need to have my odd quirks, talk to myself, huge hand motions and insanely awkward habits need to come into play.
But I don't want people to know I'm like that, well I didn't want them to know,
but I couldn't give a fuck anymore. 
I want to be something my mother can be proud of,
to do that I need to stop being embarressed that my intellgence comes from my 
awkwardness. 
So screw it, am awkward as hell and I love it.

Hello Booksie, I have returned, expect work soon. 

Coming Soon:  Pheonix Haze, is in her mid twenties, she's successful, pretty, modest, a transfered employe  from the SOCA unit in England to the FBI of Chicago, she's on the most dangerous case Chicago has ever seen and as she gets more involved with the case which sees brutal and bloody killings the more she realizes that she herself is a perfect victim...is she next?
Not only does this story deal with the life of an FBI agent embroilled on a case of death and mystery but also onher personal life. When Pheonix starts an affiar with a work collegue will she ever realise she is a love triangle with another?
And what will happen when the reasons for her leaving her old top job at SOCA come out?
Is she really all she seems to be?

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