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Hi I'm Malory

I grew up in a large family with seven siblings, I endeavor to become an author, and I'm a Mormon. ^_^

About Me

I LIVE for a good story. When I was in elementary school I struggled immensely with reading and writing, so much so that I was placed into a program to help bring me up to speed. It was four years until I was caught up to the level of my peers, but four years was plenty to get me hooked. I read books until my eyes hurt, and then I took up a pen to paper for the first time. And I never put it down. I'd love to write a book and have it published, and then have someone read it and truly enjoy it. Any good story will do though. A great RPG, or a movie that thrills me with its plot twists, or really anything at all with an amazing plot. A good story is what makes the dark days seem much less gloomy.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to two kind, wonderful parents who happened to also be LDS. And while that may be how I came to be a Mormon, that isn't wholly why I am one now. My parents raised me to have faith in the kindness of another person, as well as a plan far greater than any I might imagine. So when life got hard, and people got mean, I took a page from my parents' book and knelt down. I turned to the Lord I'd come to know before I'd truly met Him and when I needed Him, He was there. And I knew. I didn't just believe it anymore, I knew. And while life is often still hard, you can't change what's true. That's why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

In my church I've had many callings since my youth, but none that have impacted me quite so much as my calling to teach children. They have such sweet hearts and bright smiles. They often have short attention spans, but they're full of love, and I felt honored to spend so much time around them. It was then that I really learned what the scriptures mean when they tell us to "be as little children". 3