Kaitlyn Carpenter

My Writings

  • Sbsm
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    What a serene reality - her own secret garden that makes her believe in color. She bounces from foster home to foster home with nothin…

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  • Youdontwanttoreadthis
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    You don't want to read this.

    Wanna know what bullying is? A rant. This piece isn't about me, nor is it entirely my opinions. I just wanted to capture the misunders…

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  • Darkroom
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    A woman has a horrible nightmare that follows her even as she wakes...

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  • Suitsyou_zpsf701b963
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    Suits you.

    A girl is dying and someone loves her very much... but he doesn't know she's sick. He doesn't even know what she looks like. Follow a …

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  • Fredgeorge
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    Fred's Legacy

    James Sirius Potter, barely of age, gets a glimpse into the heartbreaking bond between his Uncle George and his twin, the uncle he nev…

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  • Cover-normal
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    Thinking Thoughts For Thinkers Like You

    These are tiny pieces that are not connected - mostly they're writing warm-ups. Every once and a while something comes out that makes …

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Talk to me!


almost 2 years ago Andrea Maller said:

Hi! I’m working on a new novel called Vision Zero and I’m trying to get feedback to make it better. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Sorry if I already asked. Thanks!


almost 3 years ago Alexander LeBlanc said:

Hello Kaitlyn; so this may be random, but I wanted to read your story Synesthesia and I will do my best to give it an honest, educated review.

In return, I was hopeing you would read A CHAPTER from my book "Tales from the Forest". It's a collection of short stories that I just put togather in one book and would love you to read one of them, or two because I'm sure that each chapter is atleast 1,000 words each. I would like to recommend either chapters called "The Begger and the Gentleman", or "The Catapillar and the Blackbird".

Thank you for your consideration.


about 3 years ago L. L. Violette said:

Bonjour, Fellow Figgie!

My name is L. L. Violette, and I write for a blog called Writerish. We are a site dedicated to helping unpublished or self-published authors like you get their names out there; we supply prompts, how-tos, and book reviews so you can get in, get out, and get inspired.

Our new group, Writerish is now the official Figment embassy, and you are invited to join. And Writerish is currently accepting story submissions!

Hoping to see you soon,


P.S. Profuse apologies if you have received one of these before. :)


about 3 years ago A.J. Cypher said:

Hi there :) Any interest in a swap? My story's called Nowhere But Up. I'll do heart/comment/review swaps. Let me know!

Apologies if I've already asked you. It's getting hard to keep track! Just ignore this if I have ^^


about 3 years ago Tibby Kay said:

Hello most excellent person in the entire world. Too much? Sorry, I'll tone it back a bit.

Hey, it's Tibby here, just dropping by to see if you'd like to swap. If so, it would be lovely if you read my book 'Angel of Despair'. Keep in mind that it is a heart based contest, but also keep in mind if you don't think it's worthy, don't heart it. Simple as that. I don't want a heart just because it's the thing to do.

After you have read and reacted as you deem appropriate to my book, please drop a comment on my page to let me know what to read. It may take a moment for me to get back to you, but fear not, I will return the swap. On my honor, I swear it so.

Thank you for your time, and I'm terribly sorry if you're not into swaps. Having a splendid evening (morning, afternoon).(:


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I'm not big on poetry but I enjoy this. In the first stanza there is an "its" where it should be an "it's". I had to get that out of the ... Read More »

Inside of Me

(about 3 years ago)

This poem has great expression. As someone with a mental illness, I know what being in a cage because of your mind feels like, and I thin... Read More »