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So basically, I came up with this idea around the time that I started playing Dungeons and Dragons. This story will have a lot of the same elements that Dungeon and Dragon fans may recognize, and an interesting aspect is that I am both the DM and a character.


Meaning, I know what will happen but according to the main character’s rolls is going to depend on how dense or intelligent she is throughout this game, and even how she fights. I will even tell you in BOLD what the rolls were so you can have an idea of how bad or well she did.






Only Bones Can Be Beautiful

TRIGGER WARNING: This story will deal with anorexia and bulimia. This story is meant to bring awareness to the issue that comes along with these diseases, the expectations and beliefs that women are expected to deal with. However, if these things trigger you or hurt you, please do not read this story. I love you and you can get through whatever you’re dealing with.



I must be beautiful for I must be loved. I must be able to count the foods I’ve eaten and the calories that I have partaken in must be memorized. I must be able to feel the bones that look almost as though they are bursting through my skin.


Because bones are beautiful and I must be beautiful. The idea that my thighs might touch disgusts me and the image after eating a cupcake haunts me every time I think of giving into my desires. The sweet taste of the sugar as it touches my lips almost seals my fate of the ugly inside as my stomach expands.


For only bones can be beautiful and everyone knows sugar can only be free of the ugly it brings if you do not keep it inside. It started as a whim, curiosity that flooded me and I didnt think of the consequences that may come. I didn’t even look it up because I didn’t think the warnings would happen to me.


But then I noticed, the way it was easier after the first time and then even easier after that. I became scared of my own body as it began desiring that feeling of the food purging itself. I would eat more and more until I could not ignore the feeling anymore. The pit of my stomach and the burning of my throat was the constant reminder of what I had done and the way it made me feel.


I finally looked up the warnings, finally understanding that I am who they speak of on those warning labels and I wonder how nobody has noticed my fluctuating weight the way that I have. The body that I have once loved, watching it become smaller was now my biggest fear. I stopped the purging, I ignored the burning of my throat and the pit of my stomach as I pretended to believe that I was okay even though I knew I wasn’t.


But the feeling kept coming, a monster that wouldn’t go away as I noticed my body change. The way that my pants were no longer baggy or the way the shirt began sticking to my skin. The burning and the pit of my stomach had yet to leave and one day, I chose not to eat anything.


The burning went away, and I felt nothing in my stomach. The feeling was gone and it was a feeling I cherished so much that I didn’t feel the hunger that gnawed at me the next day. I continued to ignore the hunger, relishing in the beauty of my body as it seemed to shrink magically in the mirror. I wasn’t hungry but I was beautiful. Because bones are what make you beautiful and loved, and it was only after a time that I can not remember any more that I felt truly loved and it was long after my body stopped changing because I was no longer living.



This story was about 3 or 4 words short of 250, which was the word limit for the story which is why it is so short. However, I don’t think the length of this story matters but rather the contents.


The story was raw and emotional for me, and it is something that every girl has struggled with and perhaps for some of them, they don’t ever go as far as bulimia or anorexia however the idea of self image weighs down on all of us.


I thought this story was perfect during Women’s History Month, this story resonates with women and teenage girls. They can see this story and see the effects and I think it’s important during Women’s History Month to take notice in the expectations of women.



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My Response to the #MeToo Movement

This past year has made me feel like women are actually being represented for the first time ever in political office, in businesses, and in life in general.


However, it’s not enough. We have been through a lot. We have been trying to force a new perspective and it’s working but it’s not over and I am sick and tired of people telling me that women are just “crabby” and that they are equal and just don’t want to accept it.


The truth is, women are still blamed when we are sexually assaulted. We are told that we should have acted different, that we shouldn’t have been as nice to the guy or we are told that we shouldn’t have dressed like a hooker.


In school, we are told that we can not show our bra strap, or that we can have our shoulders seen because if they see our shoulders than boys will think of our boobs.


We can not distract young men from their learning but that 40+ minutes that we spend in the office of our school while we wait for our parents to answer the phone call and finally bring us clothes does not matter. As long as the boys get to pay attention, it does not matter that the girl will likely miss an entire class just so she can be less distracting.


When we start dating, we are told the horror stories in hush whispers. How a girl has wasted her life away because she has a child and how she is whore because she had sex with the guy that she had been dating. It doesn’t matter that she got pregnant after the first time she ever had sex, or the fact that the condom broke. It just matters that she had sex.


We are told that we are selfish if we choose to abort a child that we can not take care of. We indeed did do the acts that lead us to be pregnant and perhaps that is our fault, but if boys can walk away from taking care of a child without retribution then why are girls looked down upon?


If we do not get pregnant in high school, then it is time to look at universities. In which when we are told to start looking at schools, we are warned to look at the stats. How many people have been sexually assaulted in the past year? How many people have filed a rape report? How many people have actually been apprehended for those acts?


We are taught to be scared in our own shoes. To watch our backs and to be careful about the people that we talk to because it is more likely for the person that sexually assaults us to be somebody that we know. Instead of trying to fix these issues, instead of trying to make us safer, we are taught to be scared and to be watchful and if, God forbid, anything happens to us. It was probably our fault.


And yes, these issues have been solving themselves. We have been seeing changes with the #metoo movement but that does not change the fact that when women are sexually assaulted, so many of them do not say a word because they are scared that they will be blamed for the abuse. That they will be told that they deserved it, that they will be told that everything is their fault.


There are people who stay silent, who go through these things and never have the guts to say anything because it is the girl’s fault that these things happened and so they stay silent.


It is not their fault that they stayed silent.

Their clothing does not matter.

What they said to the guy does not matter.


What matters is the fact that the girl did not want this to happen, and that regardless of how loudly she screamed or how hard she fought, she was forced to go through with it and then was too scared to say anything because they did not want to be looked down upon.


When these things happen, instead of looking at the guy. The girl’s character is questioned. Was she likely to lie about these things? Was she someone who over exaggerates or does she tend to dress like a slut? Does she flirt with a lot of guys?


A girl should not have to deal with this scrutiny and while yes, there are girls who have lied about this exact situation, that does not make every girl a liar. It does not mean that every girl who admits to having been raped or sexually assaulted was over- exaggerating or “misinterpreting the situation.”


The #MeToo Movement has been beneficial for people to realize the severity of the situation. It has allowed men and priviledged woman alike to realize the issues that so many people face.


This #MeToo moment is not some complaint from a girl on her period but rather the complaint of a girl who was 10 years old and told that her boobs need to grow in order for her to find a girl, who when she was 13 years old was wolf- whistled for the first time, and when she was a freshman in high school, some senior tried to slap her ass and it was because her jeans were so tight that she deserved it.


It’s not some complaint from a girl on her period, but a complaint from a woman who has had a life time of experiences where she was looked down upon, and sexually demoralized for simply being a woman.


The #MeToo Movement is the beginning but not the end!


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Ingram’s 100 Books to Read Before You Die

So, a little while ago, I was searching for a book to read and I happen to have found BBC’s Top 100 Books You Need to Read Before You Die. Truth be told, I had not read every single book on the list but I had read quite a few such as Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, I had read most of the Holy Bible (and I am not even religious), and even the His Dark Materials Trilogy. So while I was looking at this list, I wanted to create my own, completely under the basis that I had not read a single book on my list.

So I figured, since from what I have noticed many of my readers are bookworms themselves, I wanted to share my list with you. But don’t forget that after you read my list, to tell me what you thought of any of the books on my list and what was your score when you clicked on that link above?

I elected to not give an opinion of why I put each book on the list, most of them are simply because they are classics, some were political that fascinated me, and some of them had topics that were interesting to me.

Also, if you have your own list. I wanna see it so please send it to me! If you click on Contact then it will immediately take you to see some of the ways to contact me or you can message me on Twitter @ShesWritingMore.


1. All About Love by Bell Hooks.


2. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.


3. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.



4. Slaughterhouse- Five by Kurt Vonnegut.



5. Vanity Fair by William Thackeray.



6. The Color Purple by Alice Walker.



7. The Help by Kathryn Stockett.


— I actually started writing this blog from like day one, originally planning it to be one of my first posts I ever published but in the time that I had been working on it, which was originally a lot more complicated, I had already read the novel but elected not to post a book review of it. Though, sometime I would like to go back and fix that, once I reread it.


8. The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides.


9. The Secret Garden by Francis Hogdson Burnett.


10. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins.


11. The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo.


12. The Jungle Book by Ridyard Kipling.


13. The Jungle by Upton Sinclair.


14. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne.


15. The Book Thief by Markus Zusack.

— Clearly, I had already finished this one. I even posted a book review of it.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak : Book Review


16. The Pearl by John Steinbeck.


17. The Flowers in the Attic Series by V.C. Andrews.


18. The Electric Michelangelo by Sarah Hall.


19. A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess.


20. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.


21. Nineteen Eighty Four by George Orwell.


22. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.


23. The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.


24. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.


25. Persuasion by Jane Austen.


26. Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden.


— Another one of the books I have finished before posting this.

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden : Book Review


27. Animal Farm by George Orwell.


28. Life of Pi by Yann Martu.


29. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.


30. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.

— I randomly like picking up a book from this list when I’m in a reading slump. I actually posted this book review last month.

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold : Book Review


31. Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas.


32. Dante’s Inferno by Dante Alighieri.


33. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint- Exupery.


34. Watership Down by Richard Adams.


35. The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.


36. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.


37. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.


38. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.


39. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.


40. Fahrenheit- 451 by Ray Bradbury.


41. Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes.


42. The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton.


43. Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift.


44. Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald.


45. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frank.


46. Valley of the Dolls by Jacquelin Susann.


47. Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.


48. Black Beauty by Anna Sewell.


49. The Plague by Albert Camus.


50. The Art of War by Sun Tzu.


51. The Princess Bride by William Goldman.


52. The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud.


53. Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List by David Levithan.


54. 10 Things I Hate About You by David Levithan.


55. The Legends of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving.


56. Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler.


57. The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx.


58. Sophie’s Choice by William Styron.


59. The Princess Diaries Series by Meg Cabot.


60. The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce.


61. Number of Stars by Lois Lowery.


62. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath.


63. The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.


64. The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing.


65. Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne.


66. The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman.


67. The Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson.


68. Night to Remember by Walter Lord.


69. The Time Machine by H.G. Wells.


70. Futility by Morgan Robertson.


71. 11/22/63 by Stephen King.


72. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain.


73. A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe.


74. The Once and Future King by T.H. White.


75. The Sword in the Stone by T.H. White.


76. Avalon High by Meg Cabot.


77. The Book of Merlyn by T.H. White.


78. Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne.


79. Utopia by Sir Thomas More.


80. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.


81. Moby Dick by Herman Melville.


82. Beowulf by Anonymous.


83. The Aenid by Vergil.


84. The Metamorphoses by Ovid.


85. White Fang by Jack London.


86. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.


87. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.


88. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald.


89. Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs.


90. Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain.


91. Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum.


92. Two Years Before the Mast by Richard Henry Dana Jr.


93. Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff.


94. Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote.


95. The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson.


96. Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle- Suzanne Barbot.


97. The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales Stories by the Grimm’s Brothers.


98. The Fox and the Hound by Daniel P. Mannix.


99. Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf.


100. The Odyssey by Homer.



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Six People I Would Want to Eat Lunch With!

    1. Ali Benjamin (Author)


Ali Benjamin is the author of my absolute favorite novel, A Thing About Jellyfish. This novel got me through a serious depression and it’s one of my most priced possessions even though it’s more of a recent novel.


I chose her to be on this list because I think she would be an absolutely fascinating person to talk to and I could use the opportunity to ask her questions about novel (like how she came up with using jellyfish, what gave her the idea, how did she manage to execute this story line.)


2. Brad Gemmell (Scientist)


Brad Gemmell made it on the list because of a short story that I was working on a couple of years ago. It’s not a very good one but I was trying to write a story about characters under the sea dealing with the Oil Spill off of the Gulf of Mexico.


When I was doing research for this story, I found out about his work involving jellyfish and while I think he is probably the most intimidating on my list, I would love to take the opportunity to ask him about jellyfish and his finding and how he came about it.


3. Mila Kunis (Actress)


Mila Kunis is somebody that if I were to say that I looked up to anybody, it would probably be her. She is such an interesting and funny human being and I am absolutely obsessed with watching videos of her interviews but she completely won my heart when I found out about how she put donations to planned parenthood in Joe Biden’s name.


I think that if we were to sit down and have lunch together, it would be a very fun experience with a lot of laughter and discussion happening while I would mostly be in awe.


4. William Shakespeare (Author)


William Shakespeare is practically the father of my entire genre, romantic tragedies, and he was such a brilliant and intelligent mind. I’d love to hear him talk about his process and his work, have his opinions on his own characters.


On top of that, he lived during an amazing time period. The Renaissance. I’d love to hear what life was like during that time from somebody who actually lived it, hear what the art was like, the atmosphere, the politics.


5. Ashley Graham (Model)


I have always struggled with my self image, which isn’t surprising as I am a girl who grew up in a world where skinny is cherished and bones are beautiful. But I’m not skinny and I’m not bones. I never thought I was beautiful, it wasn’t something I genuinely believed I was but when I first heard of Ashley Graham, I realized that curves can be beautiful. That the world does not cherish bones as much as I thought they would and I have never felt more comfortable in my body.



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Blue Telephone Boxes


I am somebody who fears of the day that I have to use

The blue telephone boxes that line my campus

Ensuring my safety as I slow down within feet of it

Wondering if this is the moment that I will have to use it.


The blue telephone boxes that are there to keep you safe

But are also the reminder of every bad thing that could happen.

Before they were stories, told to you as a little kid to make sure you behaved.

Now we have bright blue telephone boxes to remind us of everything


Now that we are older, we are becoming the focus of the stories.

The blue telephone boxes that line the campus I walk down every day is my reminder

Of the bad things that could happen if I stayed out too late

Or if I made the wrong move during a conversation that I have


When you are talking to a stranger and you quickly take note of the closest one

So that you can calculate whether you can survive and make it to the blue telephone box.

I am someone who is constantly on guard, taking in the nearest blue telephone boxes

I am someone who worries of becoming a little girl’s worst nightmare


Because the blue telephone boxes that ensure my safety

Are also the scariest reminders of reality that I have ever come to face.


First Date Rule: Do Not Ride in His Car!


This rule makes perfect sense if you’ve had my WORST date ever and it’s a story that I actually debated telling you guys completely separate from this because of how BAD it genuinely was.


I should preface this by explaining that he had newly joined my friend group that consists of just about all guys. He was a little forward and crazy, not in a bad way, I guess but definitely not in a normal way.


It should also be noted that I had just gotten out of a relationship at the time and was kind of hesitant when it came to a relationship. It didn’t help that he was kind of clingy beforehand.


The date began by him accidentally going to the apartment complex next door because he was so convinced that he knew exactly where I lived and didn’t bother to use GPS. We were on the phone for 20 minutes while he angrily yelled that he was at my apartment even though I was outside waiting for him already.


But this is not my story exactly, in fact, I don’t really care about it. It was more considered to be a red flag rather than anything else so we still continued onto the date.


He was a new driver, which might have been a huge part in this story and it was not something that I was fully aware of before the date but his mom was following his car which definitely didn’t help his annoyance with the entire situation.


But once I was finally inside his car, he explained to me that he had to stop by the bank which was once again fine. He went to one of those drive through banks and did his business. It’s the next event that I believe to be the chain reaction as to why I will never go on a first date that revolves around me being inside their car.


He didn’t look behind him before he started driving, he didn’t look behind him before he decided that it would be easier to reverse. This car was directly behind him when he rammed into this man’s car.


This car had not been moving, this car had actually been in park when he reversed into this poor man’s car that had his headlights on.


Yeah, he got into a car accident that was ENTIRELY his fault. Thankfully the guy had decided not to press charges but his mom decided that it would be a better idea and that the man would not get angry if the guy wasn’t driving right after this. So, he got into his parent’s car while his mom drove the car that I was in.


The first date that involved a car accident and also included his mom driving me to Sheetz where the guy and her finally switched. Why I didn’t demand to go home right then and there is absolutely beyond me. Perhaps I was just nervous or completely in shock but we finally did get to go see the movies that we wanted to see.


It was a drive- thru where there was a double feature. Doctor Strange and honestly, I couldn’t even tell you what the second movie was about.


We watched Doctor Strange fairly quietly as I sat in his car, I am still a huge Marvel fan to this day so there was nothing wrong with that. In fact, my favorite part of this entire date was probably that movie.


However, it was during the second movie that neither of us cared about that things… changed?


He got more talkative and more touchy feely. It was not in a bad way, it was more of him guiding me to where I laid in his shoulder and we held hands. It was just really awkward for a first date?



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The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold : Book Review


Book Title: The Lovely Bones.

Author: Alice Sebold.

Publication Date: 2002.

Rating (Out of Five Stars): 2.


Possible Spoilers Ahead!


When I had first found this novel, I was actually fascinated because I was curious to see how they would handle the aftermath of a murdered girl. My original interest stems from an interest in missing persons cases (I have a suggestion at the end of this if you want to check it out!)


While, I can understand the general popularity of the novel and I would suggest this novel to any young teenager as it is a mature and serious conversation about predators and rape.


However, I found the content to be random. While I do understand that the story followed a fourteen year old girl who had just been murdered and lived in the in between, she randomly started remembering things that I found to be irrelevant or filler pieces.


The most emotionally charged piece in the entire novel, had everything to do with her murder scene which they do describe fairly well. She describes the rape and the murder right until moments before she died and it almost made me break down in tears and I almost walked away completely.


I thought the portrayal of the characters were amazing, I found myself understanding and relating to the reactions of the father, who became obsessive, and Lindsey, who clinged onto beauty and her boyfriend, and even the mother, who wanted to numb herself in a lot of ways, such as the relationship that bloomed between the cop and her.


There were a few chapters that angered me, where they tried to make the situation of the family significantly worse than it should have been, like the competition that the camp came up with after Susie’s murder where Lindsey was.


I loved the idea of what they had, to follow the story of the girl who had been murdered as she watched her family and her murderer’s life unfold. However, I found myself to be ultimately disappointed in the story.


After I finished the book, I found the movie on Netflix and decided to watch it and I must admit, the imagery and the way they treated the movie was amazing. Many of the filler pieces and the stuff that I hated was taken away and they focused on her moving on.


In a crazy way, I preferred the movie over the book which is incredibly upsetting to me and honestly, it ruined the book even more for me.


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Why Do I Write Romantic Tragedies?


It’s a question that I’m asked quite often, especially after people watch some famous romantic tragedy like The Notebook or something like that. They will ask me the dumb questions, “Do you get high from killing off your characters?” or my personal favorite “If you love romantic tragedies, does that mean that all of your relationships are doomed?”


It’s an assumption that is made by a lot of people, if I enjoy writing romantic tragedies then I must be a masochist. Basically, I’m playing the Taylor Swift card, where people ASSUME that I get into relationships so that I have a tragedy to write about.


So, I’m going to paint you a picture, okay?


Let’s say you grew up in a family where there was no love. Maybe your parents were divorced or maybe it had become painfully obvious that they were only married because of you.


Alternatively, you are now of high school age, you are in love and then suddenly and completely out of the view, the guy/ girl breaks your heart.


These people have either grown up, knowing the realities of love. They have looked at romance novels and have scoffed. Most of these aren’t the people who dreamed of falling in love and proving that everything would be okay if only they were in the arms of some muscular man.


When I first started working on The White Butterfly, my first published novel that I actually enjoyed writing, I had just gone through a break up and during this time, I was heartbroken.


I watched movies that were supposedly the movie that you should always watch after a break up and the most annoying theme was the fact that they ended up together. I didn’t want that, during my heartbreak, I wanted to know that I was not alone and I wanted to see an actress feel broken after a break up.


So that’s exactly what I wrote, a romantic tragedy about a girl getting over a break up.


It’s not that I was some cruel human being that wanted somebody to hurt for fun, I just wanted a story that would heal my heart.


I don’t consider romantic tragedies to be a genre that is purposely supposed to hurt you but a story that can heal you if you’re the right person. Whether you were hurt or you need a story that just doesn’t end well or maybe even a good cry.


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