Remember to Forget

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Ashley Royer is a nineteen-year-old student at Emmanuel College. She is majoring in Elementary Education and double minoring in psychology and writing. This summer, she will be an Orientation Leader at Emmanuel! Ashley was born and raised north of Boston, Massachusetts. She first published her writing on Wattpad when she was thirteen years old, and she now has over 30 million combined reads on her stories. “Remember to Forget” is her first published book, which began on Wattpad and was published in 2016. She hopes to continue writing books. Ashley also enjoys making YouTube videos. Her channel, callmeashley98, features covers of songs, vlogs, and fun videos. You can follow her on twitter, @singsongash, and @RTFbook.

How It All Began

A lot of people have asked how I began writing, so I thought I would share it with you here. When I was in the 8th grade, I went to the movies with my friend, Rebecca…

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Peabody Magazine

Check out this Q&A session featured in the Peabody Magazine!

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Used To Be

Hi everyone! I wrote a song that’s available on iTunes, it’s titled Used to Be. You can purchase it on iTunes or listen to it on Spotify

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What Readers Are Saying

Take a minute to see what some of my readers had to say about Remember to Forget. If you have already read RTF and would like to send me a video, post it on YouTube and send me the link…

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I’m going to be doing some book signings around Massachusetts and New Hampshire! I will also be in Chicago and New Hampshire. Hope to…

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Remember To Forget

Remember to Forget is a heart wrenching, powerful young adult story that deals with a teen boy, Levi, who stops talking when he loses someone he loves in a tragic accident…

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RT @hey_valll: “And I think about it a lot. The quietest people have the loudest minds, and mine is screaming for help, but my lips don’t m…
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