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Once upon a time I lived in this magical place, and it was full of rainbows and butterflies and kisses and jewelry and I was a fangirl and the world was a giant marshmallow.
Now I'm 18 and marshmallows go against my diet. With that, let me introduce myself:
Hi everyone. Call me L'Ael. Pleased to meet you. I've decided to return for a couple reasons, one of which being I love to write and want some kind of obligation to do it more often. The second being because of a Mr. Victor Hugo. More appropriately, because of a little musical I saw in called Les Misérables, which led me to the book called Les Misérables, which led me to a hanker for a hunka fanfiction, particularly regarding (you guessed it) Les Misérables.
Yes, fanfiction. The white meat. I'll try to keep this brief because I really haven't much to say. Cutting to the chase: As of the present, I have one story. It's the reason I'm on here now, why I made the account, why I'm typing all this useless information out. Because I've spend more time on this story than I have on homework during my first two weeks of college. Because I've put more effort and heart into this story than I have anything since the last time I really wrote anything at all. This meaningless drivel is not the real introduction to my possible career here at fanfiction.net; That story is.
So read it. If you like it, tell me. If you don't, tell me. We'll see how things go.
SIGHTED: L'Ael-Inire on fanfiction.net, publishing a new story, and rather begrudgingly at that!
It's true, I've written more (yay or nay, not really sure). The new story is entitled At the Corner of the Rue de Pontoise, and I'm not sure I like it. In fact, I'm pretty sure I kind of hate it. It's fine as a story, but knowing I wrote it makes me cringe. I can't say why. I'm just not very happy with it. Either way, I felt it was necessary, as I felt my first story was necessary and as is my natural tendency.
While Book Four: The Seine can and, in fact, is preferable, to stand alone, At the Corner of the Rue de Pontoise can not. It has to be read after Book Four. Sorry.
Tell me what you think, if it's as dreadful as I make it out to be. And more to come soon in this stream of Alternate Reality stories!
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