Should probably mention that the public page of my site is Page 3.
Stories: None. I write them...and don't post them. My own work embarasses me...is that pathetic or what? I know it could be better. My writing is very simplistic, though the plots get too much involved, and contains waaaay too much dialogue for my language art's teacher's tastes since the second grade. So I get self-conscious...and then ramble like this. Anyone know a good way for me to learn to think objectively instead of subjectively (or is it the other way around?)?
And my friends especially are wondering when I'm actually going to write something...I'll tell you what I'm in the middle of:
For Love of Books-A seriously strange multi-crossover involving seven nerds and a space-time wormhole.Stage-no concrete plot but being written anyway. Although it's not going to be posted because it's just plain GAFFable, goshdarnit!
Bard-longer story based vaguely on Diane Duane's Young Wizards series, only expanded to involve and center around other types of wizardry and a mostly new cast. Stage: Beginning, although the references to Kit and Nita are so small and unnoticeable that I may just post it on Fictionpress.
Anything else that I might have had on here has been discontinued for various reasons: Fluctuating numbers of players in the Daemona Noctum, EXTREME embarassment that I was about to become the creator of an OC (who, according to the litmus test, was barely in the safe zone for not being a Mary Sue)
Add that to the fact I'm on the hardest diploma track there is and I have a ton of homework and have to learn several new notes before my next band concert and I think the reasons become obvious. Thank you.
Oh, this is embarrassing. I think maybe I hsould stick with one-shots and beta-ing for awhile.