Author has written 7 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh.
UPDATE November 25, 2015.
Have you ever fallen in love with a story, only to have the story indefinitely discontinued? Well, I have done that to my readers, and I honestly feel guilty. On the other hand, I just found out that an author of a story that I loved took down the story that I've been waiting on. -_- So many people told her that they loved that story. How could she just not care?
So, not to compare myself to others, but at least I have not done that to anyone. In my opinion, that just makes you a horrible person. At least apologize to your fans and explain why. Ugh...such slimy behavior irritates me.
My goal this upcoming year is to finish my unfinished stories. Better yet, I even intend on going through and correcting the errors. I never make New Years resolutions because I think that they are pointless. If you can't commit to making your life better any other day of the year, why should January 1st change that? But January 1st means nothing to me, except my anniversary with my fiance. I don't really celebrate New Years. What that means is that I'm getting started on this goal ASAP. With every bit of free time I have, I will work on my stories, starting now (FYI, I do not have free time right now, I am staying up ridiculously late and procrastinating).
Sincerely though, I do apologize for allowing my stories to be unfinished for so long. I don't have any excuses. I think that I explained to most of my readers that I have had a hard last several years, which is why I couldn't really focus on writing.
Continuing my stories the way they are now though would be nearly impossible because I can barely read them. The grammar is so bad that I just can't read them without cringing and wanting to fix them. So, I think I can get most of my stories edited by the end of this year. My main focus will be Missing But Not Missed because it is supposed to be the longest story. Here Yami, Yami, Yami, needs a PLOT so that I can finish it. How I've Noticed You was meant to be short. But It IS My Fault was always supposed to be short. Why! needs to be edited.
Also, please do not be mad if I post new stories. I know, I probably shouldn't and I should just focus on finishing those ones. But over the years, I've started other stories to get into different ideas of Yu-Gi-Oh. I love all of my ideas, of course, I just happen to have so many of them swimming around in my head.
ONE MORE THING! Missing But Not Missed will, of course, be edited AND it will have a prequel! I may post said prequel before I continue Missing But Not Missed because I feel like I need to. I'm not sure. It's complicated. I know, I know, I need to focus on one thing at a time so that I can just get it done. Don't yell at me please. (Just kidding, go ahead and yell at me, I deserve it.)
I have written another chapter for How I've Noticed You. Believe me when I say that it was easier said than done. In fact, I wrote that chapter 4 different times. It is the 4th chapter, but come on! The first time I wrote it, it was awesome! There was nothing wrong with it. That chapter was to be my new favorite. Boy, was I a proud writer. So, what happened you may ask? The computer crashed! It broke and everything saved onto that hardrive was gone for good! Ch4, gone! ='( If that been any other story, it would have been no problem because I have them written in notebooks as well. It would have been annoying to retype them, but not a problem. This story was the 1 that I had been typing without writing. Not only that, but I could not recall what I had typed. I tried to retype it, but it was not even close to being as good as the chapter I had lost. Ch4 version 2, was a failure! I gave up on trying to recreate it, but it was impossible to write that chapter without what I originally wrote. Besides that, I did not have the same writers-pace that the story has. The tone was way off. That was especially the problem with the 3rd time I tried to write it. There was a long gap between when I last wrote the chapter, and when I tried to write it again... aka Ch4, version 3. If that version had been posted, it would have turned the story into a joke. Ch4 version 3, was also a failure.
Then, something interesting happened... something in the middle of the night. (like every chapter before it) I was reading my story. Yes, I know, reading my own story, but hey, I write it because that's what I like to read! So, as I read it, I began to pick up on the pace of the story, the same one I had lost. The mood was right, it was early in the morning, and it was then that I knew what would happen next. I picked up my notebook and pen, and I wrote. This time though, it wasn't just mindless words coming from my hand, it was fluent, and I couldn't stop it if I wanted to. (and I wanted to, I was tired!) That seems to be how it happens, the urge to write overrides the urge to sleep. Suddenly, I don't know what I'm writing, I just write. By 5am, Ch4 version 4 was written, and it was a success! Not only that, it was going somewhere, because I had also started Ch5 and set it up for success. With such accomplishments, I finally went to bed. So, expect a new chaper... hopefully. I mean, I have 10 more chapters written for Missing, But Not Missed and the problem is not being able to type them. Frustrating, it is. However, I'm determined. =)