Author has written 17 stories for Glee, and How to Train Your Dragon.
Hi everyone! My name is Mary. I'm 23 years old, I'm incredibly sarcastic, and I like to write about fictional couples that I love a lot. Right now, that main couple would be Hiccup and Astrid from How to Train Your Dragon.
My writing tends to be simple in style (at least to me it's simple), and usually garners an M rating, so if you're into that, cool, check me out! If you're not, that's fine, I understand. If you don't like my stuff, at least check out the things I've read and favorited, because there's no way you won't like those fics, as they are flawless. But yeah, I'd say just give me a chance and send me a message if you'd like! I'll gladly have a correspondence with anyone.
Also, feel free to follow me on tumblr, if you have one. I post about HTTYD pretty much nonstop and a lot of TV shows. I also make gifs and post updates on my fics, so if you're interested in any of that, yeah, it's there.
And yes, I deleted One of the Dragons. Please let me explain why.
When it all comes down to it, I stopped being a fan of this story a long time ago. A tale that once invigorated me now bores me, and I had absolutely no desire to finish it. I would get reviews daily telling me to update it, and it would just make me want to update it even less for some reason.
It wasn’t that the reviews weren’t positive, because they were, but they just made me feel worse about the story because I haven’t had plans to update it in months and honestly, I don’t have time to anymore. I’m never even really on my computer! So there’s that.
But like I said, the story was just boring to me, and I had no interest in writing it anymore. It’s not like there were any inventive ideas or plots. In fact, everything was way too rushed in my opinion, and I wish I hadn’t written it the way I did. And while I did have somewhat of an ending in mind, I know it wouldn’t be an ending with closure, and then people would want a sequel, and I wouldn’t want to write it. In the end, I just decided that it was best to cut ties with it all together, though I did save it all first.
I really hope the readers of the story can forgive me. It was the most popular story I’ve written, with 600 people following it! That’s incredible to me, and I doubt I’ll ever reach that number again, but to all those people, I’m so very sorry. I just couldn’t do it anymore, and I didn’t want you all waiting for a new chapter that would never come. There are so many better stories with the same premise as mine, go read them. I’m sure their authors will at least finish them.