Syl

United States of America

I'm 15, I live in the US, I'm homeschooled and I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon or LDS). I adore books and I hope that one day my writing will not suck enough to get published. I write fantasy and sci fi.

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I love hearing others opinions on my work! Feedback is always appreciated.
Currently 1/3 of the way through a first draft!!!
Fav books are Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere. I also love Forest Born by Shannon Hale, and the Six of Crows duology by Leigh Bardugo. (Kaz Brekker... <3)

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Sam and her Aunt Cassidy

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    Sam stared down at her sneakers, comparing the left to the right. Look how dirty they were. No one would guess they were only two weeks old. The thick laces, once white, were now gray and limp. Grass stains, dirt, and sticky patches of sap covered the faded black leather. A bike tire print showed clearly across the top of the right shoe.
    Sam looked up at Miss Aluvere and smiled.
    “Why no, I didn’t have...

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Sam and her Aunt Cassidy

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    Sam stared down at her sneakers, comparing the left to the right. Look how dirty they were. No one would guess they were only two weeks old. The thick laces, once white, were now gray and limp. Grass stains, dirt, and sticky patches of sap covered the faded black leather. A bike tire print showed clearly across the top of the right shoe.
    Sam looked up at Miss Aluvere and smiled.
    “Why no, I didn’t have anything...

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