hi. i'm danielle.

hi. i'm danielle.

Created on: Feb-12-2010   Last updated: Jul-15-2010


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I believe & I doubt,I hope & I get discouraged,I love & I hate,I feel bad about feeling good, I feel guilty about not feeling guilty, I am trusting and suspicious, I am honest, but I still play games.I am an angel with an incredible capacity for beer

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Danielle Shows
Joined: Feb-12-2010

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I achieved dux at my school at the ripe age of 14. After leaving school to persue my life ambition of being in the Symphony Orchestra I was asked to leave after I had a diasagreement with the composer- Sir Daniel Ratcliffe. After my 16th birthday I was headhunted to appear in the play Cats. I appeared as Tumblebrutus in 2001 summer play In Broadway. I would have to say that this play was a catylst for the downward spiral of my life. In 2002 I was lead role in a few low budget snuffs. This is when I lost my virginity to an older woman by the name of Demetri. We had an on and off relationship through 2003. Alcohol and drugs was a way of life and I had lost contact with my family. In 2004 I had found god and this led me turn my life around. The head parsor found me a job in collections at the local church. I was in charge of recieving donations and making people welcome in the house of god. A few weeks a later I was asked to leave after an incident involving a plastic dildo and an industrial sized jar of vaseline.

Luck would have it I found my feet a few weeks later when I got the opportunity to partake in the gameshow 'Man O Man'. My skit ended horribly when I tripped whilst performing a simple demi-plié. None the less, my good looks and witty personality prevented me from being pushed into the pool. I ended up coming top dog and I won a trip for two to Vanuatu. I opted to take this guy I met a few days before at the local gym. He could bench twice his weight, looks to boot and we had the mean small chat thing going on. He was quite shocked when I gave him the invite but agreed to it, on the condition that there would be no funny business. I was slighlty dismayed by his lewd and quite frankly homophobic gestures but I still held my word. Four days later we got on a plane at Auckland International airport, terminal 2. THe flight was bumpy yet we made it there in no time. Thinking back on it, I believe was to do with an unexpected tail wind which mean't we arrived 10 minutes earlier than scheduled. Some would say that this is a blessing in disguise. Not me. My movie of choice had been Flight 911- yeah I know what your saying-pretty inapropriate inflight movie. I say if it feels good, do it. It felt good at the time but with the decreased flight time of ten minutes my movie had to be cut short which mean't I was pissed. watching a movie without an ending is alot like sex without the cumming. Whats the point? Even though I was pretty sure that the plane was going to crash into the building- seeming that it was based on a true story. But I was unconvinced, in the back of mind that I thought maybe the passengers did take over the hijackers and they landed the plane safely. One thing was for sure, once we landed my first thing i was going to do in Vanuatu, was to hire this movie out and watch it at the hotel.

Finding a video shop in vanuatu is not easy to say the least. Membership in a foreign country even harder