Author has written 74 stories for General, Humor, Fantasy, Romance, Love, Humor, General, Song, and Nature.
(The Current Status Of Everything)
I got really distracted writing on an RPG site the past couple... years, but I'm back and working on Sorry About Dresden and Death By Tap Shoes & Cigarettes again. I'm cleaning up my account a bit, so expect a lot of older things to be disappearing (mostly bad poetry) and some rewrites of other stories (Blood On Our Sneakers, The Ballad Of Tobias Hemingway) to get swapped in as I revamp plotlines and such before writing new chapters.
I'm also looking for betas for any of the four aforementioned stories. If you're willing to mercilessly tear my writing apart, please PM me! I would love you dearly for it.
If any of my old readers are still around and paying attention to me, you deserve a freaking gold star. Love ya, darlings.
— A Perfect Sonnet
Sorry About Dresden: The outline has been revamped and chapter five is about 75% complete. My lovely and amazing friend Kay has agreed to beta for me! Also... while we're at it I'm doing bit more rewriting based on some review critiques. I know people are going to kill me for not putting up new chapters already (which I'm working on simultaneously, promise), but this is such a good thing for the story, I swear.
Death By Tap Shoes & Cigarettes: The outline is loosely plotted, but finally exists outside of my head. Chapter one is edited and up. Chapter two is about 10% edited. All of the poetry still needs editing/rewriting.
Blood On Our Sneakers: I intend to pick this up again soon. Rewrite pending.
The Ballad Of Tobias Hemingway: I intend to pick this up again soon. Rewrite pending.
(Things To Completely Rewrite & Be In Progress Eventually)
Letters: I'm contemplating adding a rewrite of this to my to do list, since it's not too intensive. We'll see.
La Belle Et Le Bad Boy: No plans for this at the moment. Maybe someday.
7 Translationism 6: In theory I'd like to rewrite this idea into an epic piece of steampunk influenced fantasy, but that won't be happening any time soon.
(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. (This might legitimately happen at some point, although it might not be something I post to FP. We'll see. I have an outline plotted out and the messy ramblings of a sort-of first chapter.)
Ophelia St. James:
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"It's not that the future is coming faster and faster — it's that the past wants nothing to do with us."
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