Would You Remember ME

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Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents and teenagers. In this short story, the writer is fifteen years old, contemplating suicide. In her darkest hour she writes a letter. More

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About Lynette Ferreira

Lynette Ferreira took the brave leap into self-publishing in 2009 when she published My Recycled Soul. She loves writing about first love, really cute boys, kissing, and all the drama. She also likes to explore ideas and theories regarding the workings of the universe, and she is intrigued by souls and the metaphysical world.

She was born in South Africa, lived in Namibia and Ireland, and currently resides in Northern Ireland with her husband, children, one spoilt house cat and two goldfish.

She loves listening to boy bands and country music, because she can sing along with the lyrics. Her favourite food is chocolate and if her husband would only just allow it, she is sure she could live off it.

Lynette holds qualifications in marketing and education. For most of her adult life, she worked as a personal assistant at an international financial institution, then she was a quality assessor, a trainer, and also a shoulder to cry on at a youth group. Besides writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and watching lots of movies.

Read free chapters of all Lynette's stories at: http://lynetteferreira.blogspot.co.uk/

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Review by: Marcia Carrington on May 07, 2012 :
A very moving short story which deals with a sensitive topic exceptionally well, with humanity and taste, never becoming maudlin or preachy.
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Review by: Nicoleen Peeters on Jan. 08, 2012 :
You are an exceptional writer!! You bring the emotions of every single one of your characters out beautifully and you tell wonderful stories!! You are truly one of my favourite writers you can do no wrong!!!

Absolutely beautiful writing!!!
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Review by: Emma Ferrabee on Dec. 18, 2011 :
This was a great read, so sad and sweet. It is written in such a simple elegant style, and I would highly recommend it to others.
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Review by: M Y on June 13, 2011 :
A really good message, and very well described. A lot of people don't understand how lonely it can be being a teenager and this story will hopefully help people to understand this. And I really liked the ending! The only thing was, I was confused about "Casey" and "Chase"...it seemed like she was talking about the same person but the name changed.
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