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Joined 02-14-02, id: 169879
Author has written 2 stories for Historical, and General.

Student, given to angst, enjoys the beautiful things in life, seeks kind reviewers to make me happy. Has written one and a half stories. Both slash, but at some point in the future I promise to write something other than angst, death and unrequited love. Thank you to all those lovely people who have reviewed me so far - and I'll give you more to review soon. But please have a look at my work. I'm proudest of The Artist's Tale.

(Update) May not be continuing the half-finished Fabrizio's Story in the near future. However, if you've read it, and like it, do get in touch with me, and I may be persuaded to send you the full story upon which it was based. However, I must warn you that there isn't much slash in the full story... though there are lots of men in black leather, which is of course completely by-the-by. I'm sorry I haven't posted much in the last few years but am currently at university and am having to write lots of essays, so writing is taking a bit of a back seat. This doesn't change the fact that if you review my work, I will love you forever. Love, Lizzie (now aged 20) xx

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Fabrizio's Story reviews
Chapter 10 up. Slash love, somewhat unrequited. Star-crossed angst, and later blood, swords, and the story of how a young nobleman ends up becoming an assassin. PLEASE REVIEW!!!
Fiction: General - Rated: T - English - Fantasy/Romance - Chapters: 10 - Words: 32,399 - Reviews: 53 - Favs: 26 - Follows: 7 - Updated: 1/19/2003 - Published: 8/18/2002
The Artist's Tale reviews
Slash romance (but not graphic). Previously titled 'The Love that Dare Not Speak its Name'. Set in a fantasy world around the 18th century. Please review if you read it! Love, AM, x x
Fiction: Historical - Rated: T - English - Romance/Angst - Chapters: 18 - Words: 38,945 - Reviews: 130 - Favs: 111 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 8/10/2002 - Published: 2/14/2002