Contemptus
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Joined 11-13-08, id: 639072, Profile Updated: 09-28-11
Author has written 2 stories for Spiritual, and Young Adult.

Welcome.

I am Contemptus. I write as much as I can, and the results of that habit will end up here. I don't care about genre, so long as the characters drag you into the thick of things, and that's what I strive for when I write: organic characters you can't help yourself for liking or relating to. I also love to edit, so if ever you need a beta or a cool eye, consider my door open, and my interest peaked.

I mostly favour shorter works, but I've been scribbling away at a novel for the last few months, and might end up posting it here.

Thank you for reading, I do hope you'll drop me a line if you loved/hated/didn't mind my work.

-C.

It occurs to me that it might be handy to have a bit of a summary for each of my posted pieces. So here you are, for your viewing pleasure.

The Imperfectionist: Confessions.

Originally this was the first part of a trilogy, but it will be discontinued due to lack of interest. This is the story of a German boy named Fritz, and his struggles with an abusive foster situation on top of the heavy weight of a less than perfect childhood. Demons chase his footsteps and guilt weighs his shadows. The only solstice he finds is in God and the Church. And perhaps one more safe-haven: a priest-in-training, Mihael.

Misfits and Runaways, Lies and the Truth.

This is an ongoing universe-- a oneshot with characters that may be seen again in a difference point in time. Vic Rossi and Sam Hunter: best friends since infanthood. But Vic has a case of wanderlust and Sam just wants her best friend to stay at her side always. Summertime and adolescence: hasn't everyone wanted to run away?

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Mistfits and Runaways, Lies and the Truth
Summer stretched out like spider silk - shining and beautiful and oh-so fragile. The fact of the matter was, it was the perfect time to run. The only question was: why would Vic stay?
Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,312 - Published: 9/28/2011
The Imperfectionist: Confessions reviews
There was a boy named Fritz Dietrich.This is his story, from the first sin to the last repentance.Warning: Religious overtones,abuse,sacreligious themes and homosexual relationships.
Fiction: Spiritual - Rated: T - English - Angst/Spiritual - Chapters: 1 - Words: 7,657 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 2 - Published: 11/23/2008 - Complete