|the lovelorn paper|
Author has written 48 stories for General, Fantasy, Life, Song, Love, War, General, Politics, Friendship, Family, and Religion.
I'm almost 21, almost done my undergraduate program (history major, social studies minor, secondary education minor), almost ready to start my master's program (MAT), almost ready to get engaged, and almost ready to move out of my house.
As you can see, I am on the cusp of some pretty important events in my life.
Most of my poems can be found over on The Poet Sanctuary (my home page), and that site is updated with far more frequency than this one. If you want to read my newer (read: better) works, check me out over there. I am currently in the process of bringing all of my works from that site over here, but if you are so eager to read everything, go take a peek at the Sanctuary. All new works will be posted there first, here second.
Leave reviews, s'il vous plait. All starving college students appreciate constructive concrit or glowing praise, and flames can be used to heat up ramen.
August 2009: Almost done with my internship, and getting prepared to go back to college for my third year as an undergrad. Updates are sporadic; being mostly content with my life has lead to a drain on creative juices, go figure. But I am still posting works here from the Poet Sanctuary, so for the people who only exclusively read my works here at Fiction Press, everything here will be pretty and shiny and have that new-car smell.
September 2007: I'm over a month into college, and with my classes and homework, band practice and performances, and hanging out with my friends and boyfriend, my time is a little limited. Currently, I'm posting works on here from over on The Poet Sanctuary, so you guys here can read the stuff that everyone seemed to like there. Maybe I'll get some newer stuff up, too - we shall see.
March 2007: I doubt that I will ever update this with any real consistency; I seem to lean towards the burst method of doing nothing for months on end, then publishing numerous works within a week. Three new pieces have been added to my repertoire, two poems and one short story that ties in with my now-defunct livejournal challenge. I'm still doing the challenge because I want to, even if I have been booted for infrequent updates. And with my poetry, I'm trying for a different feel than my older things, which I'm starting to strongly dislike. Bear with me as I experiment, s'il vous plait.
October 2006: My final year of high school is well under way, and when I say that I have no free time whatsoever, I'm not kidding. Between band practice, drama practice, NHS meetings, volunteer hours, my job at The Disney Store, French Club, Social Studies Club, three AP classes, helping with my baby siblings, visiting and applying to colleges, applying for scholarships...my time is very limited. But for the times when I do have ten minutes to call my own, I join a livejournal community, 100 Situations, which calls for me to write 100 short stories using the supplied prompts. The best part? I have three months in which to post a story. Expect to see these stories in their original form soon, along with the possibility of expanded versions that will be created at my own discretion. But don't think I've forgotton about my poetry- that is something I am also working on, though now my poems are a lot more personal and also more political. Enjoy.
June, 2006: I know, it's been awhile, but school is pretty stressful. Now, though, I've finished for the summer, and although I have band practice, volunteering, and a job to get through, I also have a bunch of poetry and short stories that I wrote throughout the year, and am currently in the process of posting them all. Expect the number of stories/poems on my account to go up a lot over the next few days. I'm also feeling a creative vibe coming - who knows where it might lead?
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