|A Perfect Sonnet|
Author has written 74 stories for General, Humor, Fantasy, Romance, Love, Humor, General, Song, and Nature.
(The Current Status Of Everything)
Sorry About Dresden won aaward for Most Creative Plot (judges' pick) while I was MIA. Awesome.
Anywho: I'm still planning/working on rewriting or removing almost everything that I have posted.
Please refer to the story-specific notes below if you're curious on the update-status of a story, I do keep the notes there up to date.
Otherwise, life is fantastic, although a little irrelevant to itself.
—A Perfect Sonnet
Sorry About Dresden: (Completely different rewrite of Escape The Rain With Wishes): I have a fully complete outline for it - which is more than I can say for my other stories, lol.
7.29.10: Chapter five is finished and just needs to be betaed and go through (hopefully) minor corrections. It'll be up wicked soon, I swear. No lies this time.
(Favorites: 17) (Alerts: 25) (C2s: 1)
The Ballad Of Tobias Hemingway: I'm rewriting this in the moments when I feel like writing, but am in the mood to work on something sillier and less intensive than Sorry About Dresden. Updates will be even less consistent than usual, sorry, but I am working on it (which I know will be good news to a few of you)!
(Favorites: 7) (Alerts: 3)
Blood On Our Sneakers: Chapter seven is partially written and this is in no way a permanent hiatus, but I'm taking a break to focus on Sorry About Dresden for a while. My apologies.
Jacklyn Paquin:/ /
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Death By Tap Shoes & Cigarettes: I love this story and, again, have no intention of abandoning it. It needs some serious editing and I've hit a bit of a block for the current chapter, but it will definitely be continued. I also want to do some poetry rewrites for it — I don't like some of them much anymore.
(Favorites: 28) (Alerts: 8) (C2s: 1)
(Things To Completely Rewrite & Be In Progress Eventually)
Letters: I'm preparing to do a moderate rewrite. Some cutting, editing and such, more mystery and more directional structure, but for now I'm putting it on hold.
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La Belle Et Le Bad Boy: I kind of have an itch to pick this up again. With a slight rewrite and some long term plot adjustments, good things could come from this. I love the concept of it, I'm just not certain if I know how to handle it correctly. Keep an eye out.
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7 Translationism 6: After seeing really amazing laptop the other day, I've gotten the urge to rewrite this into an epic piece of steampunk influenced fantasy. I don't think I'll attempt to undertake this idea until I finish Blood On Our Sneakers and Sorry About Dresden — too much work. But it's exciting to think about!
(Potential New Stories — Not To Be Started Until I Finish What I've Already Started)
How I Learned To Love The Atomic Bomb: Ophelia "Opi" St. James has the most vivid and constant imagination of all time, so much that she can no longer distinguish reality from daydreams. This is fine by her until she meets Jude and can't tell if she made him up or if he actually exists and is willingly weaving himself into her bizarre version of life. She might be insane, but they say if you think you're insane then you probably aren't. In the end it's all a matter of opinion. (I want to do this so much. You don't even know. It will just be so beautifully fun...)
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