About Me

Hello and welcome to my page. 

So who is Amy Rose? She’s my braver self, she’s the one who has a story to tell…ours. She is who I am, and who I will be in this unknown cyber world where (as I know all too well) a person can be whoever they want to be. 

I’ve been told before I should write a book, I should tell my story. I’ve never had the time (or made the time) as I’ve never believed in myself that I had this skill in me. I still don’t. 

And in comes Amy. She can tell her story instead, she can handle criticism. I may pop back if the reviews are positive πŸ˜‰ 

Our story includes soul mates, deception, violence, nudity, family law, criminal law…to name a few. Hopefully, the story will make the reader laugh and cry, shock and swoon. 

I’ll add more later,



11 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I agree with strikedbyepicness (who was one of my first commenters btw :)). Believe in you. You can do this and your posts are great. I would suggest an occasional double spell check though as I’ve found a few posts that have some spelling errors but GOD KNOWS it happens to all of us (myself included). Once you write a little the words all run into each other and it’s harder to find the errors. Aside from that, you’re doing amazing! Keep it up!

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    1. Haha, I have no doubt of my typos! I mostly use my phone to blog, spew out my verbal diarrhoea and not re read it thoroughly! Must improve on that practice!! I also need to spend some time reviewing my layout, notice a lot of visitors see my homepage but that’s it. Not user friendly enough. Any advice is always appreciated, thank u πŸ™‚


      1. I found your about but it’s a tiny bit confusing because you have the “three line” symbol that generally indicates a menu AND a spot that says menu. The three lines takes me to your recent posts and comments, the menu takes me to your about page and most recent posts. It wasn’t too hard to find though.

        Spell checking is hardly the most enjoyable part of writing but I don’t think I speak just for myself when I say that it’s wonderful to read a great post and not get distracted by something like the word “distracted” turning into “dick tracks” lmao. It sucks but it makes us better writers πŸ™‚

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      2. Thanks Ashley, I didn’t realise my menu was not quite right…hmmm, kind of like the blogger herself lol. I’ll look into that too, def need to make it more user friendly πŸ™‚ And since u mentioned it, I’ve seen typos everywhere today so yes, great advice! Will spellcheck from now on!!

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  2. Hi Amy. I read through your blog for a bit and I’m loving every bit of it.

    Your story not only shares your experiences but through it, help people learn about life in a different perspective. Through your story.

    Your blog has a very meaningful existence and I’d love to help you do more with it in future. Gotta keep in contact bud. Good luck in the show btw πŸ˜‰

    Your friend,

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    1. Wow, your words mean a lot! Sometimes I’m not sure if what I am posting is meaningful, at least to others anyway 😊 I have often thought I look at life different to the norm, I’ve certainly lived a few experiences many wouldn’t choose lol. But I am so glad you are enjoying it all. As for the help, I’d say I’ll take you up on that, still learning as I go.

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