Author has written 28 stories for Young Adult, Romance, Love, General, General, and Life.
Mar 30 - After two long years, my story GAMBIT is finally complete. How bittersweet.
Jan 20 - The Games We Play is now complete. Hope you all enjoyed it!
Dec 1 - And Back to the Drawing Board, the sequel to Clean Up On Aisle 7, has been posted. You should go read it.
Hey there! I'm xPrettyXxRadx, and I’m not as narcissistic as that implies. Or maybe I am. I don't know; you can decide that for yourself, I guess. Just know that this account was made when putting X's in pennames was cool (especially for a young teenage girl) and it's probably too late now to change it.
Writing is my love. It’s what keeps me sane in a life otherwise filled with countless hours of homework, idiotic people, and actual work. It's my break from reality and a place to put all the people my imagination likes to create when it's bored, instead of manifesting as multiple personality disorder. Seriously.
I spend most of my free time (which isn't much now that college has claimed my soul for the next six-plus years and with a full-time job) writing, outlining, or at least thinking about my stories, which is partly why I lack a social life. The other part is because I'm surrounded by people who suck, and not in the good way. But it's fine. I find the fictional characters inside my brain and in books more tolerable than real people anyway.
I hope to have a book published within the next couple of years. The thing is, I have to first write something that I'm at least 95 percent confident and proud of once it's finished. And, for the first time, I think I'm really close to having that actually happen.
So, for the past couple of years, I've been writing exclusively in the point of view of a gay male. I’m slowly trying to ease myself back into the hetero-relationship and female point of view, though. It's not exactly working. And that's okay; I'm more than fine with just writing slash for the rest of my life.
I currently have one WiP. It's titled Back to the Drawing Board, and is the sequel to Clean Up On Aisle 7. It's not told from Brady's point of view (Brady's not really in it much at all), though. Instead, it's told from Shaun's point of view because I love Shaun dearly and decided he needed his own story. So, he got one. This has been in the works for over a year now and I'm so excited to finally be able to share it. Updates occur every Sunday.
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