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The Dreamer

South Africa

15
Female
Baha'i
Reader
Writer
Artist
Puzzle solver
Ravenclaw
Demigod
Ballerina
Dragon rider

Message from Writer

Hello there! I am a fifteen year old who believes that books and words are magic .I am born a South African and I live in George but I am also Persian, Brazilian and American ( mostly South African, Persian and Brazillian, though).I enjoy drawing and like to spend time outside. Just lying in the grass looking and listening. I LOVE reding because it transports me to a different world. I can escape from reality anytime I like. The Inkworld triology by Cornelia Funke ,The Waterfire Saga series by Jennifer Donnely and The Icemark by Stuart Hill are my favourite books.
How To Train Your Dragon is the best movie series ever ( and Harry Potter of course!).

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The Dreamer (South Africa) liked The Fantasy League's September Prompt (This time it is good!!) by ajamwal (United States)

3 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) reviewed:

The Naruto

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

3 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) reviewed:

Last Hope

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Well done! This was a lovely story and an absolute pleasure to read. :)

6 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) published:

A Lost Letter

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Dear Professor Bates,
 
I lent against the door. Three voices – the third wasn't human. One was booming, one smooth and another - screeching. Someone declared, “Ella sal die kaap terug gee aan die Nederlandse!” 
 
 Remember what I taught you, Professor?!
 
 Finally the strange voice spoke. I caught the last word: perfect. How I shivered!
 
I write to you now, John, with every hope that you may receive this. I’m afraid I will not be returning. I trust...

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) published:

A Lost Letter

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Dear Professor Bates,
 
I leant against the door. Three voices – the third wasn't human. One was booming, one smooth and another - screeching. Someone declared, “Ella sal die kaap terug gee aan die Nederlandse!” 
 
 Remember what I taught you, Professor?!
 
 Finally the strange voice spoke. I caught the last word: perfect. How I shivered! I fled.
 
I write to you now, John, with every hope that you may receive this. I’m afraid I will not be returning....

Seeking Peer Reviews

6 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) reviewed:

Bystander

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

6 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) liked Last Hope by Sarah Trieu (United Kingdom)

8 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) liked Bystander by Anna Swenson (United States)

9 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) liked The Agony Of Love by Sarah Gil (United States)

9 days ago

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The Dreamer (South Africa) reviewed:

The Beginning of A Series

FREE WRITING

I think this story is really going somewhere. Just be careful that you don't fall too much into a cliche. Keep writing and well done!
:)

about 2 months ago