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Author has written 28 stories for Ed, Edd n Eddy.
To the realm where the madness runs free; intercut with the occasional spot of tea with heartbreak and weekly squash games which pave the way for murder and mayhem. Don't trust anything you see; don't trust anything you read. From here on in, there are no certainties. There is no familiarity. If you're here to look upon a reflection of the widely accepted psychological concept known as 'reality', run. Because here, where the Flywheels lay slain in a pool of kinetic energy, there is only one truth.
There is only madness.
No, but seriously: Hello there!
Now, if you've never encountered my work before; Hi, I'm, quite simply, John. You can also call me Flywheel, if you want, as I spent most of my time on here being called that before switching to my name outside of the FanFic-sphere. I write almost, so far, exclusively for the Ed, Edd n Eddy fandom.
This site and I have a love-hate relationship on high levels; sometimes I have a tendency not to write for long periods of time and when I do, it isn't always what I should be writing. Which would explain the amount of multi-chapter stories/actual multi-chapter stories with multiple chapters ratio.
I'd like to think of myself as a little bit of everything, though I have primarily gone from writing Double-Z to Marble-D (Edd/Nazz to Edd/Marie). Some stories are fun and fancy free, some stories I wonder if it wouldn't have been better to send me off to a psychologist. You'll just have to journey forth and discover for yourself! Although, fair bit of warning; as the stories in the list down below gets older, they don't exactly get better. Trust me.
Also, whether you're new or old to Flywheel, Shyster and Flywheel, check out the poll above; it gives me an insight into what you'd like to see me work on in the foreseeable future!
Now, if you have encountered my work before (and feel rather familiar with who I am and what I do), here's the deal; it's a new year, new possibilities and all that, blah, blah, blah. But I think this, 2015, would be an excellent year to go ahead and actually finish some of the endeavors I've dedicated myself to. So, if one could believe such a thing, my resolution this year is to attempt to be able to check off half the things on the to-do list down below. It's about time; we're not getting any younger around here!
So, here are the stories I have currently begun and intend to do something with:
*Choices (finish both of them)
*High School Never Ends (finish)
*The Trilogy of Trilogies (finish, I Miss You and Always constitutes parts I and II)
*Doctor What (finish)
*21 Questions (write some more, possibly finish)
*Yellow Submarine (definitely write some more)
*SpeakEdboxx (write some more, I really like the premise of this)
*The Black Parade (finish)
*EENE Feat Digimon (I'll at least rewrite the first chapter to display what would have been)
Of course, it just wouldn't be me if I didn't throw in a barrel of false hope. So here's a list of planned one-shots (or shorter stories)!
*3 A.M. (Halloween story for Halloween 2014, that went really well)
*How Our Lives Have Changed (KevEdd with a twist in that it's not KevEdd at all)
*Reservoir Eds (not by Elejamie) (title might change) (despite the title, has nothing to do with Tarantino)
*Purple Hills of Nevada/Vegas (similar to Reservoir Eds but a lot less child friendly)
*How Come (the three Eds' have quite a falling out)
*Twelve (Christmas story I started writing back in 2012)
*Graduation (my second to last story, exactly what it says on the tin)
*??? (the last thing I'll ever post)
A long journey on ahead but I'll do my best.
As said, there's a poll for you to get a say in what you'd actually like to see; if there's an old diddy you'd like to see updated or redone, if there's any of the above you'd like me to prioritize. It gives me a rather swell picture of what all my lovely readers want from me.
Fuck 'Rusty Worn Nut' though.
Aight. Let's get to it. Time to finish this once and for all.
Quick personal guide to the actually readable stories I have written over the years!
21 Questions; It's supposed to be twenty-one chapters; I've written three.
Always/I Miss You; Always is a sequel to I Miss You, if you hadn't realized yet, and in reading both, you get the invaluable prize of choosing which ending to the whole story you like the most! Wooh, happy times!
Chronomentrophobia; I had a phase where everything I wrote was inspired by music, this included. Some say it's good and it probably is, you be the judge.
Doctor What; Edd as the Doctor from Doctor Who. That's about it.
High School Never Ends; The kids from the Cul-de-Sac go through four years of high school with drama and hilarity along the way. The first chapter made BarthVader of all people admit "I can't find a single thing wrong with this." Proud, me? Never!
The Horrible Pit of Despair That 'The Choices Saga' Constitutes; It All Comes Down To The Choices We Make (ridiculously long and ridiculously melodramatic title, just like the story itself) and The Detest For The Con Artist: The Choices We Make (this one's definitely getting renamed after a rewrite). The former has been massively rewritten to suit the writing style I possess today, the latter is waiting to receive said treatment. Give the first one a read though, bit O.C. heavy here and there but there's a nice sentiment.
Mechanics of a Friendship; Rolf, Kevin and Double-D hang out during summer vacation. No idea where I got the inspiration from but I'm glad it came.
Patience; In all actuality a prequel to Choices but it doesn't have to be. It's good though, a view into the mind of Marie Kanker a summer after the show.
Speakedboxxx/The Ed Below; I really want to continue this because it has potential. So much of it. I'll get back to you.
The Black Parade; People die. That's the whole premise. It's not really supposed to be such a horrible scarring story but the first chapter could definitely have you fooled.
The Love, Life and Death Trilogy; a.k.a The Author's Mindset Was Dark and Disturbed In Writing These Pieces. I mean, it isn't the most horrifying thing I've ever read but in comparison to the next entry on this list... Oy vey.
Yellow Submarine; The Eds in a submarine, lots of random things happen, flippin' load of Beatles references. I love this.
Read these and your heart will be merry. Or sad; depending which one you choose. Read any of the other ones and I will set out on a quest to find you. And I would.
Only if you live somewhere cool though, otherwise it's just a waste of time.
Have an odd and lovely mad day,
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