Poll: Would You Rather: Vote Now!
Author has written 18 stories for General, General, Nature, Fable, Haiku, Song, Humor, Historical, Life, and Young Adult.
Hopefully, the things I post here can be useful, entertaining or thought-provoking to someone, somewhere.
In real life, this is all mine. However, I can't really stop anyone from doing anything with the stuff that I put on the web—so, y'know, have fun. I hereby wash my hands of it.
On that note, check out thecrazynewwriterintown's copy of one of my stories (same title and everything--https://www.fictionpress.com/s/3315237/1/Where-the-White-Moss-Grows). And please take a look at my story as well--it's the original, and it's better ;)
I don't mind this so much, but if you worry about plagiarism, do keep an eye out.
(Here, I am mainly going to ramble on and you will probably find little about the actual content.)
A Million Pieces - I think I wrote this for a competition but never ended up sending it. Anyway, I had a lot of fun figuring out the betaing process with Serendipitous Nonsense!
Eoq of Many Colours - TAKEN DOWN TO POSSIBLY BRUSH OFF THE DUST. IT'S KIND OF AWKWARD RIGHT NOW. I wrote this a few years ago, basing it specifically on that poem at the end, which I had written a while before that, for no reason at all. I think this story could be interpreted in many different ways, and that is why I like it. Yes, I do apologise for the title.
Pass it On - a pretty old one. I entered it in a local short story competition, and it is the product of actual editing and some feedback, so I am pretty proud of it :) On a different note, has anyone watched that movie, Pass It On? It was like the most horrifically moving movie of my childhood. So yeah, I did feel kind of lame stealing this title.
Small Town Drama - Childish fiction. When I read this, I'm amazed by how much I was influenced by what was going on around me in my life and the books I read—I can literally see everything this little story was spawned from (oh dang, here we go, iffy childhood novels: Pookie Aleera is Not My Boyfriend by S Herrick, Keystone Stables by Marsha Hubler...). This was my very inexperienced attempt at writing a normal story including some 'touchy' topics, or so I thought. Some parts are cringe-worthy, but I did write it before I was a teenager. I like reading it for nostalgic reasons.
Train Station Girl - (also a haiku. I'll probably put it up someday.) Yeah, this went in a competition and put in a magazine thingy. I don't like it as much as some of my other stuff.
Where the White Moss Grows - written for grade 12 English assignment. I hate it a little bit, just because, but this shows the height of my love for description. I like that part of it :) On another note, watch out for thecrazynewwriterintown's version of it (https://www.fictionpress.com/u/1101200/)
Reviewing: Honest feedback/discussion/criticism is much appreciated!
I feel a good review, to me, should indicate (a) how the reader felt when they read the thing and (b) what makes them feel that way specifically.
I'll try to review everything I read (hopefully in that sort of way). If I leave you a lame review or a weird one, feel free to ask for clarification or just chat about your story! I like to analyse every word when I'm reviewing. If you like that type of thing, send me an email and I'll try to review some of your stuff :)
I don't review in order to get more reviews for myself, or even necessarily to return reviews. I don't expect it of other people either.
P.S. If you want help editing a story for grammar, punctuation or other proofreading errors, email me!
I follow stories that I want to keep my eye on and maybe go back to read :) I favourite stories that I'ma gonna download with ficsaver 'cause I want to hug them ... hope nobody minds ... 0_0 (Seriously, if this is annoying for you, let me know)