I don't know who is even bothering with me anymore, but if you've been waiting for updates on any of my stories and suddenly you can't see them on my profile... There's a reason for that. I deleted them.
I left three stories up: one is a one-shot, and it's completed. I'm not going to take that down. The other is a Twilight story that was intended to be short, so I'm going to finish it soon...after I edit it up a bit to make it live up to my standards. The last is the one that is getting this author's note, and everyone's going to kill me for it...seeing as there was already an author's note on there.
You won't find updates on my fanfiction profile, and that's because I'm not going to put them there. I think I'll be making me a Twitter so you guys can keep track of what's going on. As you can plainly see, I did nothing that I said I would on the last author's note update. That's because I'm lazy and rather good at procrastinating. I graduated in May, and I've basically been spending my lazy summer days asleep and the nights on the computer. I'm heavily into my rpgs, although I only have one right now; it's pretty time consuming, given the sort of word counts on the site, but it's given me loads of muse and reacquainted me with the joy of writing.
I've been thinking about this for a while, and I've decided that it's time to get back into the swing of things. I will be editing Lost and Anger a bit and finishing that up whenever I can. That will be a bit quicker than my other project. I am going to be editing Mysterious Returns completely. So completely, in fact, that I'm considering changing its' name. I'm going to change the point of view to someone else, so a lot of the things that happened in the story that you guys have read won't be seen until a bit later, or they'll be viewed differently. I didn't like all of the point of view jumping, so I'm going to stick to one person, and it's going to be a bit different than what I'm used to. The reason I've been thinking about this is a result of my boredom, my need to write, my surplus of muse, and many long conversations with my mom. There is another reason, one much closer to my heart:
Tomorrow, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two comes out and brings an end to a very important era of my life. I grew up with them and with the world of Harry Potter. I was in third grade when I read the first book. I'm not willing to let it end, so I'm going to be writing more than ever. It'll make me sad to see things taper off, which they inevitably will, but I will always have Harry Potter in my chemical makeup. It's unavoidable.
My writing has changed a bit, since I've grown a little older and I've been really working to improve my writing by roleplaying. It's worked, I hope. So there's going to be a bit of a plot change in MR, since I lost the notebooks that I first started working scenes out for it in. I think it'll be all the better for it. And I've been contemplating doing a piece that has been brewing in my head for a while... A story revolving entirely around Sirius Black that will probably follow him from a very young age through his life until his death. I've been working out the kinks a bit, and I think it'd be lovely. Let me know if you've got any ideas or suggestions regarding this.