Lydia Albano

My Writings

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    Finding You

    [COMPLETE] a girl sold into slavery, love that lends her courage, and a mounting strength inside that changes her. *a readers' pic…

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    a young woman is caught up in the dangerous world of espionage when she joins the plot to reinstate her exiled queen, all the while st…

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    she decides - with commendable resolve for one so young - to end her life on the day of her twenty-fifth birthday. there are tragic el…

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    Across the Lake

    in watching that foreign world so close to her own, she saw an opportunity.

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    *COMPLETE* Wrongful imprisonment, heroic escape, true love, not-so-true love, betrayal, assassins, masquerades, pistols, clock-chimes,…

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    Trained to take her place as a spy for the king her father serves, Roe fully expects the announcement that she is to marry her enemy. …

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about 2 hours ago Allison Chesley said:

Thank you Lydia! You have such wonderful talent as a writer - it was a fantastic experience reading your work, and I'll definitely be reading more! Oh my goodness, The Screwtape Letters is one of my favorite novels. The ending always gives me chills. I hope you LOVE it!

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12 days ago EliAna said:

"Commodity"–Remedy Drive. Have a listen (at your leisure, of course!) and tell me which character of yours comes to mind?

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17 days ago Kenzi Lynn said:

Hello! I'm Kenzi and I was wondering if you would like to swap stories? I'd love it if you read "melancholy" for me and I'd read any of your stories in return. :)

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23 days ago EliAna said:

Oh, you're welcome! You don't have to thank me for genuine enthusiasm (unless maybe you do? Sometimes one isn't happy until one has properly thanked everyone else... But I'm becoming distracted). I'm rather wrestling with the concept of "Christian stories" myself--it's a tight line to walk, between screaming "Jesus!" in the reader's face and letting his name waft in on a breeze, so to speak.

It's so cool you have a chicken! A hen or a rooster?

My life? Hm, not much going on. Just the desperate scramble to meet scholarship deadlines and keep up homework. I'm hoping to have enough time to sit and read through my story, because I've been away so long it's slipping away (My mind keeps leaping ahead to the ending and thinking "What about a sequel" when I haven't made it to the climax of the story yet). :/ You know the feeling. I'd love to do NaNoWriMo this year, so hopefully things will slacken enough by then.

Incidentally, having never been, how is Boston? What is it like?


about 1 month ago Carolina Garza said:

Lydia, First off, my boyfriend appreciates your apology :) Second, I look forward to more of your writing and the coming assassination attempt! Thirdly, there isn't a whole lot to my story. I've loved writing for as long as I can remember. My mom actually found me in my room once as a kid just sitting on the floor because I realized instead of playing with my dolls I could just think the story in my head and write them down to play them over and over. I'm a freshman in college now which I think makes it seem like I'm more put together than I am. Writing isn't my career path and I do it mostly for fun but I'm hoping to someday get a few more reads on my stories. I really just want my stories to be heard by people. Once I have the time and patience I'll be added more (and better written) stories to my page. I'm not sure what else to say for now. I'm looking forward to our chats :)

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My Reviews

The Princess and the Fox Demon

(2 months ago)

okay, as far as critiques go, they're quite minor, especially in contrast to the amount of love I have for this already (I'm not really m... Read More »

We Could Fall in Love

(7 months ago)

-Heart's Secret I really love Ms. Ward. Have I mentioned that? Do you know the inverted check-mark plot-line thingy? I'm probably ... Read More »