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Author has written 25 stories for Love, Life, Song, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, General, Nature, Supernatural, Haiku, Mythology, and Horror.
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May 9, 2010
My home page contains links to my published works and to my two magazines, Mirror Dance (fantasy) and Lacuna (historical fiction).
This account has been inactive for quite a while, as I've begun to submit my short fiction to magazines and anthologies (and, you know, actually get paid for it).
I offer my profound apologies to anyone who was following Decimal--hopefully, you've found something else to read in the last two years. If not, I suggest checking out the links on my home page. Really, I've become a much better writer since 2008.
As always, I welcome any questions, comments, or requests for help via private message or e-mail.
~Megan (Bitter Irony)
April 7, 2006
The fact that you have found your way to my profile leads me to assume that you've found me interesting, and for that I am flattered. If you do not, in fact, find me interesting, then this page will undoubtedly bore you even more and I suggest you find something better to do (check out my favorite authors, perhaps?).
As it is humanly impossible to describe an entire person (in this case, myself) on a single page of cyber-paper, I will only give a brief description of those points that will probably interest you.
I started writing about three years ago, and am very pleased to say that I've improved drastically from page one--and am getting better with every word. I should be fabulous by the end of this profile, eh?
In addition to my novel writing (not uploaded here, as all are works in progress and subject to vast reconstructions of plot and setting), I have also worked on a few short stories and literally hundreds of poems. But fear not, dear friend--not even one tenth of those poems will be judged suitable for your impressionable mind.
The only thing I love even half as much as writing is reading other people's work, and critiquing it. Hopefully my reviews come across as thoughtful and helpful, but if not...well, my apologies, your story probably put me out of my element (in a good way--I never review poorly written stories). If you have any stories that are not complete enough to upload onto this site, but still need an outside opinion, I would be happy to check them out--just send me an e-mail. I love epic fantasy, but science fiction (or, as it is known in the business, sf), horror, and some of the lesser explored areas of the fantasy genre also appeal to me.
I suppose that will have to do for now. If you ever need advice, a shoulder to cry on, or just someone to listen to you, the door to my in-box (and thus, my heart) is always open.
Other stories/poems of mine in the Prismatic View (see my favorite authors list):
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2253750/3/ My poem, "Mirror Mirror"
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2260052/5/ My short story, "La Plume"
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2268590/5/ My poem, "Andromache"
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2279619/1/ My short story, "A Choice of Treason"
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2315405/3/ My poem, "Until Death"
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