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Pennley_Love
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(Trying To) Write a Book

Okay, I'm working on writing a book.

It's about a girl who has a dark secret. She doesn't want anyone to know about her mysterious past. She had lived in Alaska, with her brother and sister. But when she moved to New York City, they weren't with her. What exactly happened to them? Is what everyone is wondering at her high school downtown. Rose(the main character) stays away from everyone. She eats by herself and walks alone. Everyone stares, she thinks it is because she is a freak. But, honestly, she is gorgeous. Why is she so pretty? And what is her problem? No one gets her. But when her brother shows up in New York City, what does it mean? And, is it really her brother?

 

 

 

 

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Sincerely Yours,
Penn
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Writergirl777
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

Sounds cool! I'd love to hear more!
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dragon560
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

i think its great but i hope you explan more in your book. not to be mean :smileytongue:
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firebush
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

Well..... Of course she will explain more in the book do you expect her to reveal the whole story in one paragraph......puuuhhleeeasse
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Night_Angel
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

Hmm, sounds intriguing. I hope you don't leave us hanging for too long. 
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WerewolfGirl101
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

OOOH!!!!! that sound like it would be really cool!!! :smileyhappy:
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aidyn_loves_miguel
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Re: (Trying To) Write a Book

That sounds good. i hope it's published because i'd love to read it.
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