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About meI'm a college student. I'm a writer. My goal for Summer 2012 is to finish writing my first book and hopefully start querying by the end of the year. I wish to be a published author one day. I'm a big Harry Potter Nerd, and I love to read. Got questions for me, send me messages.

About my libraryI read mostly Young Adult, books about creative writing. I will pretty much read anything once.

Groups*New* Hogwarts Castle, Hogwarts Castle, Hogwarts Express, School of Hogwarts, The YA Readers

Favorite authorsP. C. Cast, Lynne Ewing, Lauren Kate, Stephenie Meyer, Kaleb Nation, Jackson Pearce, Aprilynne Pike, J. K. Rowling, Maggie Stiefvater (Shared favorites)

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Real nameAlisha B

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Member sinceApr 17, 2011

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