Author has written 4 stories for Star Wars, Legend of Zelda, and Animorphs.
At first, I was skeptical. My brother assured me that the set up was simple: I write stories. In exchange, people I never see write reviews. In this way, the cycle of addiction and glutinous creativity is established, culminating into an unhealthy and completely one-sided relationship with my word processor.
He didn't actually say that, but my version is a little more interesting, with only minor embellishment.
I expect, within a few weeks, I will be lurking around corners, and promising not to hurt people, so long as they give me reviews.
The funny thing with simple text, is you don't know if I'm serious or not.
I could be. How do you know?
Also, I found this little pearl. Not sure who said it, but words to live by (literally):
Remember folks: If there’s no line at Starbucks on Monday morning, report to your nearest shotgun. Zombies be afoot.
Oh, story stuff:
I need like, a bulletin board or something. I don't know if anyone even reads this part of the site...
Please: someone take pity on my Animorph story, and read it? It feels lost among so many similar stories, especially since it has no characters from the books within it... and since it does not focus on Morphing to the same degree as the series. Sort of like Michael Weston (Burn Notice) vs. Yeerk Empire. Who needs morphing powers? Not this guy...
The Demon: Okay, finished the epilogue. Not sure when I'll get around to the ((())) page breaks. If I do make a sequel, it'll be Twilight princess-ish.
Candle in the Dark: Its finished. 4 years of work, to tell the story I wanted about the first xbox game I ever played.
I think it worked well. I also have about 3 chapters of Kotor 2, but they are from about 5 years ago. I might scrap them or start over... they weren't quite finished.
Insurrection: Balancing writing between the two active stories.