Author has written 3 stories for Romance.
I've decided to start posting First Impressions, Second Chances. It's a novel length story I began writing in October/November 2013 after I had just finished chemotherapy for acute myeloid leukemia, which I was diagnosed with in early June also in 2013. Recovery has been a jumpy journey to say the least, the everlasting fear for relapse never ever cease to be your steady companion once you've had cancer. Anyhow, my new years resolution 2016 may just as well be to post this story, and maybe, just maybe start writing some more again. I hope you enjoy, and that those of you who have the possibility consider becoming regular blood donors and even sign up for your country's national stem cell donor registration.
Happy New Year, all readers!
I don't have much time for writing at the moment with both work and studies, but I'm still itching to write. I'm considering re-writing, or at least partially improve my first longer original m/m romance. I'm thinking about plots for completely new stories too, but as long as there are loads of texts waiting for me to read them I can't quite make the time and sit down and work on any of it. Instead I've decided to write some shorter pieces.
I have a livejournal - - The stories I have here you'll find there too, along with a few Merlin (BBC) fanfictions, and some story reviews, and other stuff I find the time and worth writing about. It's updated sporadically at best.
I'm probably out of my mind, even contemplating writing in a language not my own in the first place. But what's done. is done. The English I know is coming from what I learned in school, way, way back. So I'm apologizing in advance for grammatical errors, wordings used in inappropriate ways if not outright wrong and for writing a lengthy story with a vocabulary not quite up to measure.
If you're still willing to read, I most humbly express my thanks, and I hope you get some entertainment out of it all. At least I had some fun plotting the whole thing and trying to put it together so it would make sense.
Oh, and since the story, The Right Thing, is set in a fictional community somewhere in southern Sweden it may be good to know about some cultural differences between Sweden and the English-speaking world (primarily the US and GB). In Sweden students and teachers are always on a first name basis with one another, no matter the age or age difference. And you always take off your shoes whenever entering a private home.