Author has written 29 stories for Harvest Moon, Legend of Zelda, Harry Potter, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
Not all those who wonder are lost.
But you're lost, aren't you?
"Was it a vision, or a waking dream?
- John Keats, Ode to A Nightingale
Junior year is tough with work and and music and dance and university applications. Also with running a couple of clubs on the side. Needless to say, I barely have time to myself but I am looking back into writing especially since I aim to pursue something with writing in the future (or on the side). I miss talking to you guys though! Shoot me a message whenever you want to talk or say hi and I'll give you hugs, a cupcake, and do my best to reply!
Just call me Diego though. I know around half of you know that's just a pseudonym by now and you're aware of my name (and it's still a boy's name!) but I still love being called Diego! That's a part of me is something I'll never let go of.
I have a tendency to begin writing stories, motivated and excited, then suddenly stop. Unfortunately, I will not be continuing From The Fisherman to the Cowboy, Forbidden, or Until We See the Sun simply because I wrote those when I was young and naive and wince at even skimming through them. I don't know why you would read anything before 2012 anyways but if you do - they're pretty bad. Really. Let's just say I was shy of ten years old when I started writing those.
Hey look collaborations! Throw confetti for projects that never got finished but are still fun to read:
Sisters in Castanet written with The Silver Arrow.