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    Hi there! I'm Lexi! :D I'm a realistic fiction author and I've written 3 novels, a novella, and have a WIP of another novel. I've been writing for 6-7 years right about. I was a leisure writer for a while, but then I became full out after a while. I love playing sports. I played basketball, volleyball, and soccer. But due to an injury I sustained during Volleyball, I am no longer able to play. But I'm also a musician. I play the trombone (the one with the slide). I'm going to college to be a music education major. :) Hope you enjoyed my profile! Happy writing! ~Lexi~ (Will be on-and-off until December 8th due to college...)
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A Different Love Story...
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It's almost/is February, the month of "love." So in honor of the "love month," here's a contest!

There's some of us that love the sappy love stories where the guys are perfect and drop-dead handsome and the girl's are gorgeous. But what about the other couples in life? Write a short story that's against the norm for love stories. (there is no word limit.)

EDIT: There is no set time period. So it can be medieval or modern/current day. It also can be fiction or nonfiction. There's no limit as long as it's a short story against the norm of love stories. :)

It's almost/is February, the month of "love." So in honor of the "love month," here's a contest!

There's some of us that love the sappy love stories where the guys are perfect and drop-dead handsome and the girl's are gorgeous. But what about the other couples in life? Write a short story that's against the norm for love stories. (there is no word limit.)

EDIT: There is no set time period. So it can be medieval or modern/current day. It also can be fiction or nonfiction. There's no limit as long as it's a short story against the norm of love stories. :)

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