I Wish You Knew

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Everyone has their secrets, that's a fact, but some are worse than others. Take mine for example...I'm in love with my best friend. Sure, no big deal, except for the fact that he's straight and I'm....not so straight. More
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About Mercy James

I may not be very old(19) but I've been writing for years. I love the sort of calm that comes over me when I write, it's so relaxing; especially after getting off work.

I'm really into music of all kinds, no one genre is preferred over another with me. I always have to have music on whenever I'm writing or reading, it helps me to concentrate.

I'm also a photographer in my spare time(outside of writing and work) and love being outdoors...when it's warm. Unlike a lot of people in my generation, I prefer to use an older camera that still takes film. I find that they're better because they capture almost exactly what's right in front of it, unlike digital cameras that may distort or discolour the image.

I grew up in a town with a population of less then 6,000. Everyone knew everyone there, so it was hard to have any sort of private life, though luckily I had mastered the art of being invisible in school, no one ever really took notice of me and I liked it that way.

If you would like to see my photography, hop over to my DeviantArt page. http://bleeding-heart-93.deviantart.com/

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Review by: Kevin on July 18, 2014 :
I liked the story overall. My biggest complaint is that it’s too short.

Stories dealing with ‘self-hate’ can be very uncomfortable to read. Stories about love can be very easy to read. This one strikes a nice balance between the two.
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Review by: Ruby Jewlz on Jan. 5, 2013 :
Kinda think James got off easy...
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Review by: hrhsophia on Nov. 3, 2012 :
Such a sweet story, so glad they found each other.
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