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over 2 years ago Sairah Kohaisch said:

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about 3 years ago Melanie Camacho said:

Swap? If so please read Andrew Stone and heart it IF you like it! Thank you have a good day.

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about 3 years ago Neona Nyx said:

Swap? If so please read "Queens of Wonderland" and I'll read anything of yours in return.

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about 3 years ago kendric martin said:

Hello fellow Figster! i am currently in a heart based contest where we must describe how we will take over the world with a single superpower, and i could use some help! i would love to get some feedback and especially a heart if you feel it is deserved. My story is called The Past and Future King. i will certainly return the favor with any story you want!

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over 3 years ago Athris Garrett said:

Would you like to swap? I've added a new chapter to Lay Down My Life. Or if you want something shorter, I have a poem called Missing Pieces. I'll read anything in return. Thanks :)

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