Member Since 2015-01-13

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    I love to write. I'll never make a career out of it, but it's a hobby I like to spend as much time on as possible. I'm sure you can find out for yourselves that all my stories include slash fiction. It'll never be anything else, though occasionally I'll throw in some M/F in a predominately M/M story, but only if I've warned ahead of time. I got blindsided by that once, and I couldn't even. 

    Another theme of my stories you'll probably see is children. Absolutely definitely not in any sexual situation. Ever.

    Ever. Ever. 

    But no, children or mpreg. They're usually a thing in my works.

    Another thing, my writing style is about as uncontrollable as my voice. It shouldn't change in the middle of a story, but it'll likely be different between them. So, fair warning? 

    I feel the need to say this, even though I may not like what an author writes and may be vocal of what I don't like, first and foremost, it's their story, and just because I don't like it doesn't mean it's not a good story. I say this because of a review I got on one of my stories, the reviewer just absolutely hated it, didn't even say what about my story irked them so badly, and inferred that because they didn't like it, that meant no one else did, and that all the other reviewers were lying. News flash, not all people like the same things. Seriously, there's an actual psychological theory on it. It's called the False-Consensus Effect. Take a look at it. No one person has the high most opinion that everyone else must be subordinate to, and acting like you do is both ignorant and shameful, especially if your only intention is to hurt someone else. If you don't like the story because of what it is, and not because of issues with grammar, spelling, or other legitimate annoyances, do the author a favor and click that little button that looks like an x, and let it rest.

    Um. Yeah.

    Carry on?


    I've been away for a lot longer intended. Not that I intended to leave in the first place, but, still. Due to being in an out of the hospital due to a chronic condition (and trying to cope with the medication that goes along with it) along with numerous large changes in life over the past year, I haven't been able to keep up with my writing. I think I finally got a hold on things for the time being, however, so I'm going to work on the stories I've got going now. I'm going to edit them first before adding any chapters, it'll likely be a story by story ordeal, but I do intend to get to all of them.


    So, I'm not dead, yay! I don't know if anyone is still interested in my stories, or if my old readers are still around. But, I still want to work on my stories. I haven't forgotten. I'll try harder to update and finally complete them, don't give up on me yet!

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