Author has written 6 stories for Romance, Fantasy, General, Horror, and Young Adult.
Hello there, and thanks for visiting my profile. I'm a writer and reader of male x male, first and foremost, and have been for years. Also am an explicit writer, so if that's not your thing you may want to stay away from most of my writings. I am also one of those who absolutely adores a beautiful male body, so most of my characters lean towards the feminine side. As most noticeable in my story "Bloom."
Oh, and I also roleplay a bunch when I'm not working on stories, drawings, or homework. With roleplays I'm a little more open to stuff outside male x male, but that requires quite some convincing to get me to do. I like to hammer out plots on different genres, and you have to be a pretty damn good roleplayer if you think we should just "wing it" on anything other than pure romance. If you like to roleplay too, you can visit me over on Solia, under the account name Jezzen. I would prefer not to roleplay here, even though some do, because I don't like the way the forums are set up.
--Note: When reviewing, I will speak exactly what's on my mind. I don't get downright mean about anything, but I will tell you what I do and don't like in the clearest way I can. The only way I will fix a review that you think is offensive is if you can honestly prove that I've been unfair. For example, telling me that I'm a retard because I just don't understand the personal emotions that play into your work is not a good reason. I don't know anyone on this site in a personal way, and I don't really plan to. I review a work simply by how it appears to me as a stranger. And I will judge your work by whatever direction you seem to point it in. If its a poem or a song, I will judge it by how a stranger might listen to it and be able to relate to it in some way. If its meant to be a short story, I'll judge it by how well it lays out the certain scene. If its a full blown, multi chapter story/epic, I will judge it by how well it introduces the characters, describes the setting, makes the reader feel a connection to the main character(s), and how well the story is paced.
So please keep that in mind before you shoot off a retort to me. I will ignore it.
"I wonder, if the butler isn't here, is the earl just a child who can't do anything?"