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Once upon a time, October 9, 1992 to be exact, in a kingdom far, far away-- okay, scratch that. It's too cliche. Once upon um, once, in the state of Tennessee there was born a princess (okay, so the United States isn't a monarchy nor was she a princess, but just roll with it). This princess was unlike any other. She wasn't graceful with a charming voice or beautiful. However, she was very strange, no, odd, no, quirky. Okay, so she was strange.
Her parents sought wisdom from the girl's fairy godmother, who after pondering for many minutes, came to a solution. The fairy waved her hand and using the magic of money, poofed a laptop into the room. "Will this make our daughter normal?" the mother asked.
"No," replied the fairy godmother, "But she won't bother you anymore. You can just let her stay in her room and pretend she's normal."
And so they did.
Afterwards, the young girl penned several very bad novels and one not-so-bad one (which was rather fond of) named Andraste, which was published by Hydra Publications in 2011. She wrote a lot of short stories and poems, too, but no one ever asks about those.