Author has written 16 stories for Spiritual, Fantasy, General, Sci-Fi, and Action.
NEXT UPDATE: 9/10/10
8/27/10: It has not been a good month. I won't apologize.
Want to talk to me? Well, you can! You can a) go on Gaia Online and search for Jasper Riddle. b) use that nifty little "send message" feature at the top of the page!
Dendurr Legacies Trilogy: Early work. Fantasy/Adventure/Romance. I sincerely wish I could revamp it, because I really love some of the characters. Consists of 'DrakynTears', 'Mark of the Draikonyx', and 'Dendurr Legacies'. Related works include 'Lady Catanci' and 'The Things I'll Do', although the latter is a transition piece with 'Return of Darken'. DO NOT READ.
The Power of Belief: Chap. 23 up. Finished (for the most part). SF/Action. Sometimes, someone believes something so strongly they see it. Sophia can believe something so strongly others believe it too. But it this power of the mind a blessing...or a curse? Rated for slight violence. Ends rather abruptly, sorry. I really like the concept of this story and wish I could write more, but I just kinda lost interest. Ties into Frost miniseries.
Return of Darken: 78 chapters up. Fantasy/Action/Adventure. Eighth arc being posted.
Ballad: Oneshot. AU fic. Inspired by Jpop/Jrock idols. A teenage girl has a Halloween encounter with a newly-risen singing sensation. It's slightly more fun to read if you're a reader of RoD--it uses charas from there. One of my non-fantasy pieces. Hey, this could happen!
Frost: My miniseries. It's a four-part series starring my writer character Tim, who debuted in RoD and refused to leave me alone afterwards. In order, the stories are Fire and Ice, Two Roads Diverge, Nothing Gold Can Stay, and The Darkest Evening. Entire series posted, first story (possibly second and third as well) being rewritten due to suckage.
1. You review my stuff, I'll do my best to review yours. If it's a long story, I'll just read and try to review once. If it's a newly started story, I'll try my best to keep up and review every chapter--or at least once in a while. I apologize in advance if I don't review your shit--just remind me and I'll get on it.
2. If you review me, please do it properly. You can give me praise if you like, but please don't flame or insult me without telling me why. If you say my story sucks I want to know why you think it's so bad. If you like it but think it needs work, please tell me what you think I should do to improve it. And if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
3. Here are a few tips for reviewing me.
Panzuriel: You are, hands down, my favorite person on Fictionpress. I can always count on you for a review filled with praise and helpful comments, and I reread them with joy every time.
VestDan: Ah, you don't even know I exist. Still, your tale inspires me to find the details in mine, to explain what doesn't make sense, and that has turned me into a better writer. I thank thee from the deepest part of my heart. Everyone, a tale that will someday get published or I'll know why: Pieces of Eight. It's long, but incredibly, amazingly worth it. Worship VestDan. He deserves it.
theatreoftheabsurd: Yeah, okay. Thanks to you because you rock. And you reviewed my stuff once. Her story, Null, rocks. Read it if you don't mind the creepiness. Aw, heck, read it anyways.
The Eleventyone: Ah, my Gaian hangout. Such a love-hate relationship sometimes...But seriously, you guys do deserve to go on this list--I've had so much help and encouragement from you. Ultra-special thanks to: Jabberwocky Sinope XXVII (for drawing my characters and helping me stick with it back in 2005), Sergeant Sargent (for writing along on her own story back in 2005), omgtehsuiso and Tailos-chan (for helping me out with medical dilemmas in 2007), Snakeskin Soul (for Q+Aing with me in 2007), and Maskani (for betaing FaI in 08). Thanks for the reviews, the attention, the mental support. I don't know what I would have--and what I wouldn't have--done without you.