Mary Wall

United States

Aspiring Author
Dancer
Bookdragon
Icecream Consumer
Daughter of the King
Dessert Craver
Homeschooler
Adventurer
Dreamer
Coffee Drinker
Fangirling over the Ranger Apprentice Series
ISFJ

Message from Writer

'Writing a book is not an easy process nor is it always enjoyable, but it is one of life's most satisfying achievements.' ~Guy Kawasaki

I would love to read and review your pieces if you leave me a link! And any advice and suggestions you have for me are greatly appreciated.

I'm a highschooler with lots of siblings and way many ideas. It would take all of the empty notebooks that are laying around my room to hold all of my random ideas.

I'm pro-life and pro-sugar. No, seriously. Do not let me get near sugar. You will regret it for the rest of your life. I'm might too.

I wish I could say I am an athlete, but it would be a lie. I can't run to save my life, although I do enjoy sports.:)

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Mary Wall (United States) published:

someday

PROMPT: Farsick

A smile that reaches you eyes, and did... did I put it there? There's no one in this world but us.

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Mary Wall (United States) published:

Serendipity

PROMPT: Five Line Fiction

It was a cool, crisp, chai latte kind of morning, with clouds that were stretched like cotton candy stained the color of ashes. Her steps were slow and occasionally she paused to smell the fresh, spring fragrance of a flower that dared to grace the concrete sidewalk with color, a smile lighting her even features. It was one of these times that she had bent to admire the delicate petals of a daffodils that a voice behind her, with a...

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