Author has written 10 stories for Fantasy, Love, Nature, General, Life, and Haiku.
While what I post here is purely for fun, I do appreciate any feedback that could be used to improve my writing.
I absolutely love languages and will incorporate different ones into my stories if I can. While I'm multilingual, I still make mistakes. If I'm writing in a language other than English, I usually try to have someone -- someone whose first language is the one I'm trying to use -- read it over first. Still, if there are mistakes, I appreciate corrections.
I write because it's, well, a great means of catharsis for me. That, and it's just fun. There's just so much that can be done with only words. Entire worlds can come into existence -- worlds filled with all sorts of people and animals. And these people have thoughts, feelings, ideas and emotions. We may not be able to touch them, but that doesn't make them any less real. They are more than just words on a page and, when that happens, that's when you know you've got a story.
And one last thing: I'm also over on fanfiction.net; so, you're welcome to check out anything there. I mostly write within the Legend of Zelda fandom. My pen name there is: Yoru95
Author's Light is a story about an author who lives the story she was writing and it's the main one I am currently working on here.
Dawn's Revival has been discontinued and will be majorly re-written once I find the time.
On the Brink of War is temporarily on hold.
Change is a short poem that was inspired by a quote and was just something I had been thinking about.
Discovery is a collection of free verse poems about, well, discovery. This particular collection follows a first experience with love.
If You'd One Wish is a short poem simply about wishes.
Clouds on Earth is a short story brought about by the prompt "write about magic sheep".
Nature-Inspired is a collection of poems that are, well, inspired by Nature.
Drabble Fiction is a collection of short, 100-word pieces from when I free write.
俳句の所 is a collection of haiku and senryū written in Japanese.