January 11, 2017 Update It's been a while since I updated my profile.
)I don't know if anyone comes to my profile to read up this huge journal entries, but I'll continue to post updates about my stories here. I have a few favorites, but since I absolutely cannot juggle more than two at a time (I tried six, remember? We went past one thousand reviews and almost reached two thousand! Again, I thank all you wonderful fans for your support and encouragement.
I was working on two stories in the last couple of months: is also coming to an end. I don't know how I managed it.), I'll have to pick one that I really want to share with my fans. Also, I want to announce that along with Go check it out! Also, I , and I would appreciate it if you would go check it out!
I will record the number of reviews I got on the story on here, for sentimental reasons: Additionally, I will delete one more story. I never really felt comfortable writing about anything close to it, so I will be deleting it. -I want to thank each and every one of you for your support! And I'm not certain if I'll be posting another story.
Again, I will record the number of reviews: August 23, 2014 Update (Wow, it's been nearly a year since my last profile update! I considered giving up on this story, but I was able to make it through thanks to all of you! I've got a couple ideas at the moment, but nothing definite.
It may not look like a happily ever after story after all. I have never been someone who will settle for anything less than spectacular and many people know this about me, especially when it comes to relationships.
I’ve been a woman who goes against the grain and let me tell you it’s fabulous.
I’ve been receiving B P for 2 months now and even though mental and emotional pain it causes me I’m a little joyed that she put it in there.
If it wasn’t for Isabella I wouldn’t have went to the law library to check on the case. Well, I just wanted to say a few words to everybody out there across the country right now who’s either in solitary, segregation, or doesn’t feel the place they don’t want to be in.
When is it okay to sit there and deny treatment because your DOC policy says prior to incarceration?
You also have to undergo counseling for x amount of years.
Discussions may delve into finding direction in one’s life or knowing what one wants to do in the future.