(02/08/2015)Hi, guys. I've received a lot of messages in the last two weeks about if I'm the person who wrote Their Story/where you can find it to read it. I have no immediate plans to repost that particular piece of fiction for a number of reason, however, if I do decide to undergo the arduous task of editing that massive piece of work (because it's nearly 500 pages), it will be found on my AO3 account, the link of which is directly below this post.
Thanks again for your support.
Hi. I've received one particular question a lot, which I'm sure some people would find flattering? I appreciate so many people enjoying Their Story (especially considering how I feel about it), but I will NOT email any of my stories to anyone.
I appreciate all of the messages and such letting me know how much you guys liked Their Story, but I don't have immediate plans to repost it. It was really poorly written in the beginning and I don't have the time to edit it, which was my original plan. I'm sorry.
Several people have asked me if I will email Their Story to them and as I stated a year ago, the answer to that is a firm no? Please, stop asking this. I've been cleaning up the story, but when people ignore such a simple request, it just makes me not want to post it again for fear that people will do whatever they want with my words and that is…really discouraging. In the meantime, if you're interested, there are other fics up on my AO3 account. I hope you'll enjoy them.
Private messaging is off. I'm no longer offering commissions. Plans to repost Their Story have been scrapped. This is the last time I'll probably update this account and I just want to say to those who read this to understand that when people write fanfics, we do it without expecting anything. We have an idea, which we choose to share. If we choose to remove a fic, that decision is ours, as was the decision to post it, and we should in no way be berated or interrogated for any reason, especially if it's just because you feel entitled to read something. It's rude and disrespectful. That's it. Later gators.