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Penname: Sunsquash [Contact]
Real name: Brittni
Status: Member
Member Since: March 27, 2009
Beta-reader: No

Hullo. Yeah, anticlimactic greeting- story of my life. Well! Im in highschool, yippee, and love anything art. I love to read, write, (Obviously) draw, and things of that nature. I have a retarted sense of humor- my favorite movie is Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and my second favorite book is the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galexy. I bet you'll never guess what my favorite book is... :) Music is also a pasion- usually every radio is turned on at my house at all times. Like, always.

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Stories by Sunsquash

Bella gets on the wrong plane in Pheonix while trying to visit her dad in Forks. Now heading for Denali with her new friends Emmett and Rosalie, she has no luggage or plans. But when a violent snowstorm hits Denali, Bella is forced to stay with the Cullens till it blows over. What will be in store for her?

Rated R to be safe... may change as the story progresses...

Categories: AU-Human Characters: Bella
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: No Word count: 1290
[Report This] Published: September 06, 2009 Updated: September 22, 2009

I'm Home by Sunsquash Rated: G starstarstarstar [Reviews - 16]

Edward's point of view after Breaking Dawn. A one-shot, short and sweet. Nessie and Bella bring out the best in Edward, and he wonders how he could have spent most of his immortal life in self-pity.

Categories: Post-Breaking Dawn Characters: Edward
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes Word count: 839
[Report This] Published: August 07, 2009 Updated: September 05, 2009


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