Author has written 3 stories for Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Labyrinth.
"The story I am writing exists, written in absolutely perfect fashion, some place, in the air. All I must do is find it, and copy it." - Jules Renard
Yes, I am a quote junkie. I enjoy it. But all things aside, that's how I view writing. If I can't write it's because I just don't have the words yet to take the story where it needs to go. Trying too hard just makes the story seem less impressive somehow. You can see it in the way it's written, you can see that the authors fingers didn't fly over the keys in an attempt to get the words out, but that she or he had to stop and think it over too much and to me it ruins it.
As you've probably realised, I suck at both summaries and updating. I am working on it, but with I have a real life with real problems, like essays and final major projects, and no desire to fail my first year of university. I can guarantee though, if the story is still up in my list, I WILL be continuing it. Promise. Just have a little faith, and a little patience. :). Or maybe you'll need a lot of patience.. :/. If it's been removed it's because I lost all patience and all my backed up files. I have nothing but new stuff any more so you'll have to give me a while to sort it out. My laptop died, don't ask. "He Loves Me He Loves Me Not" has been taken down, burned into weeny pieces and reposted. Hopefully as something better, but I'll let you decide that. "Little Dreamers and Goblin kings" is what it has gone back up as. A little darker maybe, but more to my taste. Justice and revenge will NEVER see the light of day again, sorry to anyone who was enjoying it (since it was rubbish there won't be many of you haha). I have some one shots in the works, but no idea when I will be posting them.
"Mikami is not amused. Ever."
"God gave man a brain and a penis, and enough blood to run one at a time," Robin Williams.
"You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives." Clay P. Bedford