Aug 4, 2017


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Hello! So if you have signed up to the newsletter, you have probably downloaded the story "Let it burn" in Megs' POV.

Seeing as it is not on Wattpad, meaning we can't comment, I thought it might be cool to discuss what you thought about it here...


I personally thought that in some ways it is understandable why Megs is the way she is. I mean, what Anissa did to her was not the nicest of things and she also went through the whole thing with her parents.

Poor Megs!

But I also think that the way she talks about herself at the start (about being truthful and not mean) isn't true... you don't have to tell other people's secrets to be truthful (like when she told everyone about SA in the email chain) and she ALWAYS concentrates on the negative things... So that is what I thought! (I was also glad that she doesn't insult my baby Hunter!)

Aug 7, 2017

Thanks for starting this discussion! I'm excited to see what everyone thinks!

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