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Joined 03-14-04, id: 554578, Profile Updated: 05-18-08
Author has written 1 story for Misc. Games.

Hello! I'm a Tasmanian with possibly too much spare time on my hands and the need to write. I don't consider myself brilliant at it but I love to write regardless, and I'd like to improve so if you want to critique harshly I'm cool with that and I can even take a good ribbing if needed. I love Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams so my work tends to be on the slightly silly side but with a serious edge.

I believe in trying to improve my writing and so I may delete older stories of mine from time to time. If you were reading one and want to read more I will be more than happy to email them to you or re-upload for you. However, I may well be also editing and improving the older stories as well. They certainly need it.

I also have the same pen-name on FictionPress but although I am working on a major peice of writing it isn't being uploaded just yet.

Also I have been writing for Nanowrimo (google it if you love writing) and they need major work before they are really ready to be read. It is a sort of parody/fanfiction involving a new FinalFantasy world and new characters but with the usual FF conventions... I'm not sure if I love it or hate it but maybe one day I will be brave enough to upload it here (or on FictionPress).

Thanks again for taking the time to read any of my work.

Currently I'm just writing to get myself back into the habit, it's a silly story but a good laugh hopefully and just goes to show you can always find a way to have fun with the mundane!

Project Cheese reviews
A Sims 2 based story. Follows the story of Daniel and Mary-Sue Pleasant, a family living under the pretext of normality but their lives are far from it. They are Minions for a secretive organisation involved in cloning super humans with... limited success
Misc. Games - Rated: M - English - Humor/Supernatural - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,065 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 5/19/2008 - Published: 5/18/2008