I know, I haven't posted in a month. I'm sorry. Things have been crazy... my schoolwork is taking up a lot of my time. I'd just like to say that I... I regrettably lost my muse for this. Not completely- don't worry. Just... This story hasn't gone the way I want it to go. It's out of character, it's not the... I can't explain it. I just feel it's too much of... me, I suppose. I'm putting to much of myself into the characters, and they're not in character. I'm describing unnecessary things, going too far off the mark. This is the death of the original Foxhole story, and the beginning of a re-written version. But...
I won't be reliably posting. I have a lot of things going on on my end, there's so much going on. I'm working on my first original novel, about a great fantasy world. This must be my main focus, right now. Yes, I'll update. But... it will take an awful long time between it. I have other fanfictions, namely Ambrosial Dreams(a SlenderMan fic) and Hill of Golden Memories(Silent Hill). Give me some time. Plus, reviews begging for new chapters make me feel so rushed... I updated the description on my profile, you can read that. But right now, I have too much going on. I'll leave this up for about a month, I don't know. I don't know anything right now.
It takes a lot to stay steady. The last chapter took a lot for me to finish. There would have been more, too... but Life kicked me in the arse. I have ADHD, it's hard to stick to things. Let me have a little time. But when you see this again, it may have a new title, the first chapter will have slight changes at the start, then become radically different. I'm so unhappy with this fic. So many inconsistencies, plot-holes too.
I know I'm still a little naive as a writer. Help me grow, I want to hear critique. I really need to know what I can do well on, what I need to work on- tell me what I'm doing wrong. Otherwise, I can't fix myself. I'm going to be a real author, and this is my start. So teach me. Teach me what I can or need to do. I want to succeed in bringing the audience into a world, a world I see. I want to make a new world. That's my goal as a writer.
"But once an idea for a novel seizes a writer...well, it's like an inner fire that at first warms you and makes you feel good but then begins to eat you alive, burn you up from within. You can't just walk away from the fire; it keeps burning. The only way to put it out is to write the book."
― Dean Koontz