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Author has written 91 stories for Life, Family, Humor, Song, Friendship, General, Love, Romance, General, Fantasy, Biography, Young Adult, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi.
I write fanfiction, too. Ask me if you wanna read any. (And on FanFiction.Net, you can read my ridiculously long profile, too! Isn't that just dandy? The link is my Homepage link above.)
My own apartment--sweet!
Today (Wednesday, December 11th 2013): It's cold and wet, and I don't like it.
Weather: Read above.
Eaten/Drank recently: Supreme tombstone pizza (thank you, coworker!), soy chai latte w/ cinnamon on top, off-brand Honeycomb cereal.
Songs listened to recently: A bunch of electro-house-whatever songs by Savant, "Holy Ghost," "Party Machine," "Trust Issues," "The Horror," and "Storm the Gates."
Things uploaded recently: My newest stuff has been put onto my LiveJournal, but the last thing I uploaded here was the latest chapter of Alex the necromancer and a poem simply titled "6."
1. A story involving a necromancer (Alexandria "Alex" Window) who dabbles in demon magicks and gets thrown into all sorts of supernatural shenanigans, constantly exasperated with her personal demon (Nesrasuas) and the two idiots she calls friends (Malcolm Heywood and Reginald Laroque).
Old idea: A story without names that takes a philosophical look at a kitchen. See my short story, "No Point."
Other: My foot hurts.
Just a thought...
I've noticed that I really like writing stories where the characters don't have names. "No Point," "Underneath the Pale Sheets" and "Worth It" are just a few examples. For some reason, it's so much more free to write about them when they don't have a name "weighing them down." The names are pointless when I could explain the character with their actions and thoughts, and I'm starting to wonder if maybe I should try writing a real novel without using any names at all. It sounds impossible, but I would love to be the first to do it. (If it's been done before, I want to be the first to do it even better.)
I'm probably not going to be popular here, but eh, never wanted to be. Popularity attracts assassination. If nobody knew you, who'd want to kill you?
I like writing about random things, but sometimes I'm serious.
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(What an old introduction. Mm, I kinda like it. Think I'll keep it.)