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I'm 13 years old and live in Minnesota. I'm 5'1 and am Hmong. I love Emily Rudd (Profile Pic) and Chanel Celaya. My favorite genre is Romance and Dystopia!

I joined Movella on February 5th, 2013.

My favorite novel is Divergent and I would totally date Four if he was real.

You could also find me on Wattpad or MissLiterati, but there I got by the name ToKissLove.

One day, I want to become an author or interior designer.

Any questions? Comments? Other? Feel free to ask them :D

  • Xena Vang
    5 years agoReply
    1 Like
    In a way, this reminds me of another story name The Billion Dollar Girl.
    You're Mine. I Bought You.
    You're Mine. I Bou...
    Alexis Hunt is not your average 17 year old girl. To help her desperately poor family, she takes on several part-time jobs daily. One night, a mysterious boy snatches a kiss – her first kiss! – from Alex,...
    5 years ago
    Really? Thanks for you opinion! I haven't heard of that but it sounds interesting :o and don't worry, this story is all me. :)
    By the way, where can I read that story? I can't seem to find it on Movellas..
  • Xena Vang

    The Nerd Theory

    5 years agoReply
    "Some Say Jocks go for the quiet girl."

    Iris White was no quiet nerd, instead she was a unseen girl. She blended in with the crowd. She was an average teenage girl who was struggling to keep her grades up, had a small group of friends, and was head over heels for the football captain, Jack Peterson. Too bad he was in a relationship with none other than, Cameron Storm. She had prefect brown hair to match with her golden eyes and she was Skinner than every girl in school. Why would he notice a smear in the crowd when he had a star?

    One girls night, Iris and her friends watched chick-flicks. That was when Iris noticed the jock always fell for the quiet nerd. That was the night, The Nerd Theory began.

    May you please read my first book, The Nerd Theory? Reviews please!

    The Nerd Theory"Some Say Jocks go for the quiet girl." Iris White was no quiet nerd, instead she was a unseen girl. She blended in with the crowd. She was an...
  • Xena Vang

    mumbled "Divergent"

    5 years agoReply
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    I just finished Divergent today and I'm definitely going to read Insurgent, the second book of the trilogy.
    Divergent is a dystopia romance novel, like the hunger games, but this book was a total page turner for me. When I read the hunger games, I felt like I had so much time to read it because not much was happening. Don't get me wrong, I am a totally HG head. I'm in love with Peeta, but when I read Divergent, I felt like there wasn't a single time when I didn't mind putting the book down. I read it constantly and the only thing in the way was school. I read it when I was eating and everything.
    Divergent has an interesting plot line and a unique thought. I learned many words and understood them. I knew what dauntless was, but now that it was in my favorite book constantly being used, I'm going to use it more often because I understand it. I was, or should I say am, very attached to the characters. I felt like I was Tris and I really wish I had a guy like Four. Just thinking of his nickname makes me sigh. When something happened I literally would scream of joy, no matter where I was. When I read something funny, I would burst our laughing and everyone would ask me what was so funny. The book has such a nice flow to it and I'm addicted to it. I told everyone that it was like my drug because I always wanted more.
    I would recommend this to everyone and anyone who likes stuff like The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, Matched, or any thing that involves a controlling government or romance. If you're a guy, I would still recommend it because it has a lot of action and who doesn't like action? Like in The Maze Runner, I am Number Four, and Percy Jackson? By the way, aren't the movies for some of those books just terrible compared to the books? I know right?
    Divergent four-ever. You'll get it when you read it.
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