Author has written 3 stories for Romance, Nature, and Love.
"love is watching someone die." so who's gonna watch you die? - death cab for cutie.
you've got a mouth like a razorblade, it cuts so deep. so kiss my wrists, my neck, and give me eternal sleep. - bring me the horizon.
what they call love is a risk, cause you'll always end up getting hit by some wave out of nowhere and end up on your own. the story's old but it goes on and on until we disappear. i spoke the words but never gave a thought to what they all could mean. - brand new.
I'm Meg (like Meaghan).
Too young for this.
Filthiest fucking mouth you've ever heard.
Music: that astounding pound of bass and beauty ringing in my eardrums. Heaven.
Writing: expression through words that only I can truly understand.
Sarcasm: the art of kings.
Constant curiosity and an enduring desire to come out on top. Always.
Awkwardness of a beautiful sort, though I am not beautiful.
Compulsive liar. Resident zombie slayer. Falls in love too hard, and too fast (which reflects in my stories.)
I love every one of you.
Involving Breathe Into Me:
I don't update it often. This story has really, really lost me, because there's honestly no place to tie it up. I know where I'm going with it, where I want it to end, but I have no idea how to get there. I don't even know where Gabe and Sophie are right now.
I probably shouldn't have posted it. My apologies if you actually wanted a story when you clicked ._.
A story's not a story without an extensive playlist, everybody. And music's very, very important to my creative process. (Where'd you think I got the idea for this event of severe psychosis I call a story, anyway?) Lo and behold, I request you take a gander at Breathe Into Me's playlist.
Likewise, I'm spending my time writing poetry and several short story/one-shot type of things. I'm working on a new story called, "Say You Love Me," and a series of one-shots tracing the plotline of a My Chemical Romance album. I'm keeping myself busy with those, and you bet I'll be posting them as soon as I have enough written and/or know where I'm going with them.