Foggy Waters Short Story

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As she lay there, exhausted, one thing was clear. This was the end. The one that she deserved, the one that had been written for years, but not the one that had been imagined…

Jessica was stubborn, never one to be told what to do, whether it be at school, work or home. She knew what she wanted and most of the time, she achieved it.

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Someone who has no idea about where their place is in this world, yet enjoys writing about books, education, entertainment and videogames

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Someone who has no idea about where their place is in this world, yet enjoys writing about books, education, entertainment and videogames

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