Stephanie Skeem


I'm an author, artist, adventurer in all new and good things. If I was a shameless author, I would tell you how great my young adult book Flotsam is. But I wont. I'll just let you go take a peek at it and decide if you like it yourself.

I love playing Frisbee, a good laugh, smashing evil moths that invade my work space a night, righting the injustices of the world, finding new ways to make ordinary things not so ordinary. I love thunderstorms, you know, the kind when the power goes out and you have to go get the candles. I love cuddling on the couch with a good book, and a fuzzy blanket, feeling warm, and safe, ready to embark on a new adventure without having to even move.

*Shrugs* The simple joys. Who doesn't love em?

What makes me different from the hundred other authors on here. Hmmm... that's a very good question. Let's see...well I can hula hoop about 30 to 40 lbs of hula hoops at one time. *yeah, impressive, I know.* Next, I'll have to learn to do a handstand while hooping, and reading a book.
I've rescued baby goats from freezing temperatures and brought them back to life. My favorite sounds are the hum of crickets on a summer night, people laughing, rain, water over rocks, doves calling, lid on a sprite bottle opening, fish splashing, thunder.

I love running, Four-wheeling, and people who make me laugh. I enjoy listening to all kinds of music. Rock, classical, christian, pop, Irish, movie soundtracks, the works. There's a lot of good music out there folks. I love Medieval stuff/clothes/plays etc. One of my favorite pastiness is wandering through the woods, while listening to music on my mp3 player. I enjoy visiting interesting museums, folk Dancing, Ice skating, visiting new places, abundant people, camp fires, gathering shells and other crustations on the beach* aquariums (fishy watching) photography, the zoo, making music, Random acts of kindness---Who doesn't like that? Thinking deep, complex thoughts, treasure hunting, snowball fights, discovering hidden identities, star-filled nights and Knights, Shooting stars, Make believe, Serendipitous moments.

So now that I have told you a great deal of what I like, I would also REALLY like it if you like my books.

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Price: Free! Words: 37,740. Language: English. Published: November 3, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
Amy believed she was cursed with the uncanny ability to locate lost items, people and things, but never to be able to find things she had lost herself.Given a list of lost items to locate, Amy sets out to prove her abilities,only to find herself a pawn of power,in a very dangerous game of seek and find,where desperate individuals will stop at nothing until she has found every secret the town has.

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