LyraLynne

United States

Was born in a small US town and has always loved reading and writing. Was inspired by JK Rowling to start writing. Was diagnosed with cancer in 2012 and went through chemotherapy in 2015. All is good now. Loves fall and winter and their holidays.

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I follow everyone, no matter what. If you show up on my dashboard or in my notifications, I'll follow you and check out your profile if I haven't already. :)

Quotes to remember:
“The sky’s only the limit if you don’t believe you can make it to the stars.” -Me

"Everyone is an independent snowflake so get over it." -Me

"Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny." -C.S. Lewis

My writing blog is lyralynnewriting.weebly.com if you want to go check that out. :)

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LyraLynne (United States) published:

The Day the Clocks Froze

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    They said it was because of the Satellite attack. The tiny European country of Werhkin didn't like America's growing power, so they thought that taking out 4 of their satellites would put them in their place. I don't think they realized how disastrous that would be. Clocks across the world instantly showed a blinking 12:00, GPS systems failed, tv stations were reduced to static, and even Times Square completely blinked out. Cell phones failed, trains were forced to...

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LyraLynne (United States) published:

A Butterfly's Effect

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

    Cancer ruins a lot of things. Whenever you think about childhood cancer, you think about toddlers and young kids in the hospital, who are fighting to survive and who still have that innocent glow, despite the struggle. That wasn't me. You never picture the older kids. The teenagers, dealing with middle school, sports, homework, relationships...cancer. My teenage cancer led to my depression, which led to my inability to know how to interact with other people. Life dealt me...

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LyraLynne (United States) published:

A Butterfly's Effect

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

    Cancer ruins a lot of things. Whenever you think about childhood cancer, you think about toddlers and young kids in the hospital, who are fighting to survive and who still have that innocent glow, despite the struggle. That wasn't me. You never picture the older kids. The teenagers, dealing with middle school, sports, homework, relationships...cancer. My teenage cancer led to my depression, which led to my inability to know how to interact with other people. Life dealt me...

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10 months ago

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LyraLynne (United States) published:

A Butterfly's Effect

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

    Cancer ruins a lot of things. Whenever you think about childhood cancer, you think about toddlers and young kids in the hospital, who are fighting to survive and who still have that innocent glow, despite the struggle. That wasn't me. You never picture the older kids. The teenagers, dealing with middle school, sports, homework, relationships...cancer. My teenage cancer led to my depression, which led to my inability to know how to interact with other people. Life dealt me...

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LyraLynne (United States) published:

A Butterfly's Effect

PROMPT: Human Connections Essay Competition 2019

    Cancer ruins a lot of things. Whenever you think about childhood cancer, you think about toddlers and young kids in the hospital, who are fighting to survive and who still have that innocent glow, despite the struggle. That wasn't me. You never picture the older kids. The teenagers, dealing with middle school, sports, homework, relationships...cancer. My teenage cancer led to my depression, which led to my inability to know how to interact with other people. Life dealt me...

Seeking Peer Reviews

10 months ago