Author has written 4 stories for Love, Romance, Life, and Sci-Fi.
Note: Sorry for the update, but I think I'm going to stay over at Fanfiction for the time being, creating stories there. i don't know when I'll be back here, but I will be. For the time being, you guys can check me over at FF. Same username. I don't have stories up, but will soon.
I came across FictionPress and FanFiction quite some time ago, and I'll say I've enjoyed countless stories made by some of the greatest writers ever. Up until now, I kind of felt a bit off just starting an account, probably due to time and other pressing issues (like school), but I finally decided to join the wonderful community and hopefully submit many stories. As for release dates and stuff, I may put some solid dates for reference, but it will never be accurate. I'll have major time delays sometimes or maybe I'll have surprises where I'll post early. That being said, I usually like to at least have a rough draft of stories before I go and publish chapters, mostly because publishing one chapter and then having to produce another without reference will usually end up with me revamping the whole story later on... which is tedious and annoying to both me and the readers out there.
As for writing, I don't really have a specific genre or style for it, I usually take any idea that I believe is worth making something out of and weave words together to express it, but generally I'll take to stories (maybe poetry, but I am quite unfamiliar with it) and bounce around from romance to adventure, and maybe even mystery and loosely-related allusions to my own life. I try to write in pretty common English, but I won't hesitate to use words that just fit in with what I'm trying to say.
I'd like to say something in terms of reviews (which I hope people will make). Praise for my work is fine, praise with suggestions for improvement is delectable, a hate comment with suggestions for improvement is helpful, and a hateful comment is both useless to me and wastes time for everyone. In other words, praise keeps me motivated, while constructive criticism helps me improve and make my writing more enjoyable to others.
Now moving on to story content, I usually like plots that require a lot of mental development of characters, as in long paragraphs chiefly concerned with personal thoughts and judgments to get a better sense of connection with the reader and the story. I will deviate from this though if I develop a more dialogue based interaction, but I'll try to keep the personal factor within it.
So, hope you all enjoy your time here, message me about anything (doesn't have to be about my stories) and I'll respond ASAP. If you read all of this, good job. Give yourself a pat on the back. But honestly thank you for taking the time to view what I have to say and I look forward to bringing quality content!
So for a start, I may just post a poem or two (Bear with me on them, they are not "works of art"). As for stories, I am working on a Romance and a sci-fi. The Romance may seem like it switches POV's quite often, but it won't do so quite as often later on. There are two main characters, but only one that will signify the main point of the story (start guessing!). Not sure when it will be done, but the first chapter is up! As for the sci-fi, it is still in its infancy. More info coming soon.
A poem dedicated to the inner workings of an emotion we all experience. A quainter poem that really leaves the reader open to interpret it in any way.
Truthfully, I just wrote down two lines of text, and it just expanded into a poem, but it is something I spent the time on and I tried to make it pretty relatable to everyone.
The Eyes Love Never Touched
A story that takes two people, separated in life but united by their past experiences, through the blessings of love and its much darker side.
As for the more technical aspects of the story, it could be long, but most likely just a decent length with around 3-6 longer chapters. No guarantees on updating frequently, but I will definitely finish the story and post it chapter by chapter.
[Preview- Sci-fi] Evolution
It's 2534, research on cellular regeneration has reached its pinnacle, but one lone scientist by the name Devin sees potential for something else. Thirty years later, his vision has come to fruition with all of society benefiting, but as his ex-company had said, it has become "a catalyst for something that should have never been rushed."