Amy Ems

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    Steve: In the Caribbean

    The sequel to Steve, in which Steve takes his co-worker Ed on a trip to the Caribbean and stumbles upon some unlikely friends.

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    The Adventures of Stulley

    A collaboration between Apocalypse Moon and I, involving Steve the penguin and Sulley the Dragon and their superhero adventures. AC…

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    Mr. Montague

    Ghosts of feeling haunt me sometimes.

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    A Book to Ignore

    You're a book I don't want to read, but I can't stop turning the pages.

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  • Broke2
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    Broken

    I should be used to it, by now.

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    Confessions

    Some LEGIT conversations between me and a boy I know. Not your average confession, and it's sure to make you laugh. :) I apologize fo…

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30 days ago Abby Sea said:

Hello, if you wouldn't mind, would you bother to check out my story The Box. (If I were reading this, I wouldn't do so much as blink before deleting it so I hold no expectations) If you do happen to take a look, however, THANX!

Summary:

Stella Winterson is a girl with a future. She's an eighteen-year-old prodigy in a world where smarts are everything, destined to rule the city in which she lives. From looking at her, you'd think she has it all. But You'd be wrong.

Stella is one of the thirteenth generation on a spaceship called The Escape, which is more commonly known to its inhabitants as The Box. And while her little brother, who was paralyzed at a young age, wants nothing more than to walk, Stella's dream is to see the stars. Because to Stella, The Escape is no escape. It's a cage.

Gwendolyn Afrika has found herself in the middle of a World War. She shed the title of "Daddy's girl" at the age of seven, when she befriended some of the Tweevelin, a species native to the planet she calls her home. Now she's seventeen, and her prejudiced father is still disapproving of the bonds between her and the alien tribe. Then her best friend, Zoe, falls ill with a mystery sickness, and her life is turned upside down.

Within days, Gwendolyn's life goes from normal to chaos. She discovers a dark secret about her father she wishes she never knew, her long lost sister returns home with a husband and daughter, some large space junk lands at the edges of her home town, and she finds herself the caretaker of a motherless three-year-old girl.

Is there hope for everything to go back to normal again? And is normal even what they want?

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3 months ago Starflower said:

Hey, Amy! Thank you so much for reading and hearting "Transmutation"!

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3 months ago no pain no mane said:

have you read my depressing poems yet????????? im s0 s4DDDDD :(((((((( :'( :(( :''( :"( :(

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Waiting for Flames

(6 months ago)

Okay, I finally found some time to review this. Sorry it took longer than expected! I had a really hard time getting through this stor... Read More »

seeing is believing

(6 months ago)

Honestly, it took the longest time for me to even bring myself to write this because for one, I can't find words to do it justice, and tw... Read More »