Cassie Brode


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in Virginia , The United States
March 08, 1991

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Cassie Brode was born and raised in the state of Virginia. She went to BHS but went to complete her last year of High School at PFHS. She attends Liberty University.

She started reading books when she was in the fifth grade and started getting into writing at the age of 18.

She writes to express herself, so if it's someone's else's words, then it's not her telling a story. At that point, She's just as a writer, and she's not a writer. She's a sailing soul, a free spirit. She just needed to release all her frustration and heartache and pain. It's "easier" for her too, write about that type of stuff that "happiness." She just tells the truth, If someone asks her something, she responds without compromising another person or telling their secr
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Tired of the Pain

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“I WAS INTIMIDATED BY YOU, AND I DONT KNOW WHY I'm an Anxious Idiot™ but your super funny and I wish I weren't shy so we could talk.”
Cassie Brode

“I still don't understand how someone can talk about some they barely even know.”
Cassie Brode, On The Rage: It Makes Me Feel Sad, But No One Understands.

“I was lucky that my mom never did that boy/girl toys thing. If I wanted it, she would get it for me.”
Cassie Brode



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