cinnamon, The Reader

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I found this website once a few years ago as a guest, but it was too good to leave behind and I came back. I'm more of a reader than a writer, but I hope you'll enjoy any storygames I do make. Most of mine will be based on real-life incidents. When I'm not reading or writing, I'm playing soccer, acting, sketching, or dancing. I also write songs, and I hope to release one soon.


Harry Potter Fan-fiction

Ogygia's Curse
unpublished , coauthor
A mysterious island. A beautiful girl. A heartbreaking decision.

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Book Recommendations on 9/2/2021 4:50:04 PM
Hey there, mizal — as someone who has read the book, I'd like to clarify that it is not at all another Mary Sue book. I can't say why unless you don't mind spoilers, but it all happens for a reason and sexism is not it. As for June having no flaws, she tends to be very impulsive when it comes to the people she loves and also isn't gorgeous — she reveals that she is insecure about her weight and the first thing that Day notices about her is her messy hair. As said in a book review, she is " surreal but at the same time, she's very human". Overall, she was one of my favorite characters as a strong female who fights for the ones she loves. I'd say more, but because I recommend reading it, I'll refrain.

Book Recommendations on 8/31/2021 7:08:29 PM
Hi there, stargirl, I am also a young reader and have so far enjoyed the following dystopian books. - The Girl Who Dared To Think, by Bella Forrest - the Shatter Me series, by Tahereh Mafi - Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (although that does include mature language, so if you're sensitive to that type of thing then this may not be the book for you) - Legend by Marie Lu (though this one has violence in it, including plagues, murder, fights, and mentions of torture. Still one of my favorite books, though) Hope this helps! :)