Author has written 6 stories for General, Horror, Supernatural, Romance, Fantasy, and Mythology.
I keep adding new notes on this bio, making it even longer and clunkier. But everyone who's reviewed men in the last three months, please forgive me! I accidentally blocked fictionpress from my email, and thus had no idea you reviewed me. Reviews should be returned once my fingers recover from the Review Marathon!
Hey, everyone! Just popping in to tell you that, should you get the chance, you truly must check out the Review Marathon!! Come, visit, participate, enjoy! ((We now return to your regularly scheduled program))
Hello. Welcome to my page! Tis beautiful, no?All black and white and wordy...So. Me. (Sorry for being one of those people with the annoying unending profiles, by the way. I shall delete things soon!)
Reviewing:(in bold and underlined because it's the MOST IMPORTANT THING HERE!!): I am a member of the Pay it Forward C2, meaning that I promise to return any and all reviews I get. Whether you review one thing or all of them, I will review that many of your own stories or poems, and to the same extent that you reviewed mine. If you give me an in-depth constructive criticism or analysis of all of my grammar errors, that's what you get back; if you give me one sentence telling me whether or not you liked it, you'll get the same. Obviously, I prefer any type of constructive criticism, so even if you only give me an opinion and a one sentence question, you'll still get back a better review. If you hate something, I want to know!
Other than that, though, if I read your story I may or may not leave constructive criticism-- I'm not the fastest typist, and so I usually get bored halfway and quit, or give feedback on every single chapter, all in a row. So ask, if you are desperately in need of reviews, and otherwise I'm sorry! Just know that I truly did think of you...until my brain decided to think of other things.
And, by the way, I am now a beta reader, so I will be happy to edit your work, oh profile reader! Just PM me.
What I Write, and Might or Might Not Let You all Read: I am currently working on writing a longer project and it will never be up here, it's just my reason for being a lazy updater. Other than that, I like to write little things inspired by other faerie tales or conversations that I make up, either out of misheard remarks or random too much space in my head-ness. I don't write poetry, but some things that I do write resemble it in their setup. So don't expect any rhythm or rhyme anytime soon!
What I Like To Read: Fantasy, horror, faerie tales, thriller crap, understandable sci-fi, cliched little romances, sometimes other genres but not as much. I'll try to read almost anything, but I'm a bit distractable.
Other Junk: I obsess over things, vampires are cool, go vegan (we're nice!), I love movies, Buffy the vampire Slayer is the greatest thing since maraschino cherries and corn on the cob, and amazon.com hates me and discriminates against its non-book-buying visitors. The end.
Yes, it's true. This is a fairly suckish profile. I'm usually so much better at these! I'm just not in a profile writing mood, I guess.
Oh, one more thing, though. What I've Written:
Vampyre: This really only exists because I was trying to make a point to my younger brother about...well, I don't remember, but anyway, it's his little plot, and my writing. I like what I did to it, but it's still silly, cliche, and please don't judge everything else based on it!
Afraid of the Dark: This was completely out of nowhere except for needing sleep, but I love it! It was originally from the point of view of one of my characters for something else, but someone suggested that it goes with Bloody Mirror and I like that idea. I'll connect them, eventually.
Bloody Mirror: People have pointed out that the end resembles the plot of another short story, but it, too, came out of my brain and I didn't read the other story until later. Fun fun fun!
On My Own: This was so stuck in my head that one day I just wrote it down, and haven't gone back to it since, in case it decided to come back. Reviewers will be given a pat on the head and a vegan cookie, but I can't guarantee that it has any point at all.
She Loved the Water: "The Little Mermaid" just begs retelling, but being up to my eyelids in NaNoWriMo revising, I couldn't do anything long, so I just kinda jotted down my ideas. I like it, though! Maybe I won't tomorrow, but today it's nice.
One Last Thing: A tiny thing that could be called a poem, but would fail in that category. It was SUPPOSED to be a longer story, but point of view baffled me yet again and this is what I typed.
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