Author has written 7 stories for General, Haiku, Family, Essay, Life, and Romance.
So I'm finally back after a five month absence. I'm sorry I haven't been keeping up with reviews if I've started on your story. As to what happened and where I went...nothing happened...I didn't go anywhere. Just didn't come back. Burned out I guess. Trying to get back into the game. I'm not sure if it'll ever be like it was before but I'm getting there. As for my stories, haha. If anything check out Je T'aime Moi Non Plus. Reviews make me happy. Message me for whatever reason if you're interested. Give me a reason to keep me coming back! :)
I used to live in Carbondale, St. Louis, and Macomb. Now I'm living in...well that will remain a mystery. Hint: I'm still in the USA.
I'm slowly pulling out of a writer's block (see Sacre Bleu...or not...it's your life, do what you want...) so if my stuff makes you cringe in revulsion...suck my big toe. Also, no flames. There's no point in that. Seriously. If you're expecting a perfect story, simply go to a local bookstore.
If you have a story you want me to read, let me know. I have lots of fun reviewing. Especially if it's romance or some sort of sci-fi. Not the biggest fan of fantasy or poetry but I can have a try at it. And no, that doesn't mean you have to review me back. I'll go months without writing but I still visit here as often as I can. But let me add this, when I'm randomly stumbling across a story I generally read the author's bio; if there's something in the content of that bio that I don't like it'll turn me off and I won't read any of their works. If you tYpe lYke diiS or in all/no caps...forget it. Not to offend anyone, I'm just weird like that.
Here are my fave authors: Christine Feehan, Stephenie Meyer, Lisa Kleypas, Samantha James, Amanda Ashley, Laurie Faria Stolarz, Sarah Dessen, Lurlene McDaniel, Lisa Jackson, Victoria Alexander.
Yes, I like the Twilight series. No, I'm not obsessed with them. K? I know some of you saw 'Stephenie Meyer' and thought "Oh God, her too?" It's not like that. Honestly.
By the way, I didn't make up those sniglets below, so if you ever use them PUT A DISCLAIMER OR RICH HALL WILL SUE YOUR ASS. Merci beaucoup.
Sniglet: A word that should be in the dictionary but isn't.
Bubblic-Addicted to the systematic popping bubbles in packaging
Doork-One who attempts to enter through an exit and exit through an enter. Frequently achieved by either pushing on a PULL or pulling on a PUSH
cewebrity-Someone who is well known online but obscure offline. Some of you are guilty of this, don't lie
Questfallen-Reaction to the realization that your MapQuest directions have failed you.
P-Spot-The area directly above the urinal in public restrooms that men stare at, knowing a glance in any other direction would arouse suspicion
Omnibilious-Indifferent to type of drink. "Oh, you can get me anything. I'm omnibilious."
Primpo-A person who passes a mirror then has to step back, presumably to reassure himself he still exists
Sarchasm-The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it
Thrickle-The itch in the back of your throat which can't be scratched without making disgusting barnyard-type noises
Yinkel-A person who combs his hair over his bald spot, hoping no one will notice
Thank you Rich Hall
PS. If you see that I put your story on alert but haven't submitted a review, that means I read your summary and liked it but didn't get the chance to read the entire story at that time. Usually. Sorry if I never get to it. Remind me if you'd like. Don't worry.
PPS. Oops, a friend of mine told me that I kind of come off as a bit rude and mean on here. It's not intentional, I'm just a little candid that's all. I sowwy.