Julienne Holmes 

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Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to have an exciting life; like the ones in story books. I didn't really have that great of a childhood. My mom divorced my dad when I was three and we moved to Ramah, New Mexico. We then moved, shortly after my mother remarried, to Crownpoint, where I shortly attended school at. Now, I liked attending the elementary school in Crownpoint; I have nothing but good memories of attending that school. Yet, my fifth year of school, my mom and step-father decided that they wanted to move to Smith Lake, and, after my mom got a job there, at the Smith Lake elementary school. I then transferred over to that school, which was the worse experience of my childhood. I was the only white kid there, and there was tons of racism and bullying that I had to endure. I wasn't actually happy when I started Junior High at Thoreau Middle School, but I was away from the constant racial remarks and bullying.  So, I guess that was an improvement.

Nothing really that exciting has happened, thus far, in my life. I graduated from high school in 2005, I moved back to Tucson, AZ to live with my sister and attended Pima Community College. After two years, I moved back to New Mexico and attended University of the Southwest for four years and graduated with my Bachelors of Arts and Science Degree.

Recently I've been trying to find either a different publisher or literary agent to help me to be more successful. So far I haven't found anyone that wants to take me on.