Member Since 2004-10-14

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    You can find the statuses of my writing projects on my forum profile. Just hit the 'about me' tab. If you have any questions or just want to say hi, you can private message me there, or email me at 

    Hi! I'm Chloe. I'm a Canadian, pansexual, ciswoman. My pronouns are she/her or they/them. 

    Been writing for 21 years. Of course, since I was raised watching horror movies, my first project was a movie script called the haunted attic where an old lady gets decapitated by a vinyl record in the very first scene. And then my friends got involved and it got super pervy super quick. I didn't really legit start writing explicit smut until I moved to Montreal when I was 16 or 17, when I was deep in the Tekken Fandom. Now my poison is Original fiction, pretty much one-hundred-percent of the time. 

    Note to new writers: Though I don't do a lot of betaing lately due to being in the midst of a lot of hospital visits, I am always happy to talk and offer my not-so-humble advice. The best advice I can give you from here, while I know nothing about you or your skill level, is to not take every piece of feedback to heart. If you're getting a lot of it or even a little, always consider the source. Read their stories. Or read the shit they're saying to other writers. Do your research and decide for yourself whether their input is right for you. 

    Note to readers: Imagine spending months, sometimes years, constantly writing, constantly pouring your heart out onto pages and pages. Imagine long, late hours, painstakingly editing, sculpting your paragraphs to best evoke the right emotions and paint the scenes, researching vague, hard-to-find details, and when you finally get it to the point where you're comfortable putting it out there for the world to see, you're met with silence. 

    Just silence. 

    This can be a very thankless, full-time job. Please, if you read something you like, leave a review. Even if it's just two words. Let the writer know they did well. I don't think people realize just how encouraging and energizing a simple "thanks" can be. Especially when that deafening silence has hit, or they've been flogged by critical feedback. Let them know someone's rooting for them. 

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