Author has written 8 stories for Thriller, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror.
I'm Haradria. I like psychologically involved stories. I also love SciFi and Fantasy, although I don't write them very well. I write as a form of stress relief and amusement during especially boring class periods, and I tend to find myself with pages of written work that take me months to convert over to computer text. This is mostly because I'm lazy, but it's not all bad seeing as I can get a lot more out of having a rough draft or two then modifying it for my readers. Also, I've been getting over some serious writer's block for the last few months since getting back to school, and now that it's easing up I should have more work at the ready. As an ad, I'm looking for a betareader!
In order to avoid people from believing I have bias in my work, I figure I don't need to say much about myself. I'm female, and I'm in college. Every moral or idea I might portray as malicious or wonderful doesn't have to do with me, rather it has to do with the story. I'm not here to preach some idea I have, I'm only here to provide entertainment and excitement (if I'm lucky).
I have a number of uncompleted stories posted, and several of them haven't been updated in a while. In time, I touch on them all, depending on how I feel or what kind of story I'm down to write. I have stories of various moods and settings so I don't fall into too much of a rut. My short stories (Suits, Cleaning House) and Cassandra is Still Alive are all in the same world (with a few recurring characters). I wrote them all at least 6 months or more apart from each other, and only decided about 3 stories into using the same character base for Shaun that I'd try to make a continuous story, which was the purpose of Cassandra is Still Alive; my attempt to tie back characters into a later point in the line. So, I haven't gone back to rework all of the details and make all facts tie back correctly, but in a time line they would go somewhere along the lines of: Childish, Suits, Cleaning House, then Cassandra is Still Alive. Just a heads up, if you become interested in any one of those stories!
I enjoy reading other readers' works, so if you ask it of me or review my story, I'd love to read something of yours and tell you how it was. I know a lot of people appreciate getting their work critiqued, so it's the least I could do.A quick note on The Demon in Her Mirror: I recently deleted my old version of it (which was what I considered an awful piece of work with little more than an experiment to see what people liked to read, which was sadly, a terrible story like that) and reposted a story with a similar concept but a darker twist in the same name. There's still a woman with a mirror that has supernatural properties, but I decided to add an effect of horror and bit more blood than before. Happy readings!
Update: I've just been struck by a new idea for the next story in my line of short stories. So, if you like them, the new one should be around at some point in the future, and hopefully soon. And I'm trying to pump out more writing since my family just set up a "who gets published first" competition, so lets see where this goes!