What to say about myself? I am an English student currently in university, though I also work a lot. This explains why I am probably known for rather infrequent updates, something which I hope to change. Also aiding me in this procrastination is the fact that I have an overactive imagination - I'm always coming up with new characters and ideas, most of which will never really get started. Other than making excuses for my horrible updating habit, I enjoy entirely too much music, and have many other normal activities and interests. What else do I enjoy? Oh, I enjoy not giving warnings for any homosexual relations in my stories. Not all of them have it, but I don't think I should have to warn you if they do. I like to live in my world and think that we're past this as a society, and also, without a warning, it'll be like a fun game of Russian roulette, right? Let's focus on the stories, shall we? That is what you're all here for!
READ ME! Important: Someone recently pointed out that all of the formatting breaks in The Eiffel Tower are no more up until Chapter Twenty-something. This, as you may notice, is very, very annoying, and makes it very difficult to read. I'm not sure when FictionPress decided that this sort of fuckery would be fun for me, removing all the formatting I put in years ago, but I imagine it was pretty recently, as a couple more people have since pointed it out in the last two weeks. I will edit it, and replace the chapters. Hopefully really, really soon. It's frustrating, probably more for the reader than me, yes, and I wish nobody had it to read it like this. I'm sorry, and I'll do my best to rectify this issue as soon as I can. Once again, I apologize, and, even more, I commend you if you manage to read it with the lack of formatting. /Important. /READ ME!
The Eiffel Tower
My first and only completed story. Completed on October 8, 2006.
Summary: Sebastian Étaîn and Paris Brien. Seba and Sian. The two boys have been best friends for God-knows-how-long. When Sebastian's girlfriend breaks up with him, Paris tries his hardest to be there for his friend. But Sebastian can't get over it easily, and the way he finally does get over it leaves Paris reeling. Now Paris is the one who needs to get over someone, but Sebastian doesn't make that easy, either - Sebastian is the one he has to get over. THIS IS SLASH. That's the only warning you're going to get, if you're wary of those type of warnings. And if you start reading this and think, "Hey, this doesn't really seem like slash," and you want it to, then perhaps stick it out, and it gets to be more . . . slashy. So, a warning, a promise? Whatever you'd like to think it is.
After Hours (formerly The First Five Times)
I took down this one for a while to do some minor editing. I'm not doing a major overhaul, but just tightening it up somewhat. I've put up the first chapter again for now, more to follow . . . later?
Summary: It wasn't that Cadence Holly wasn't the type of girl to get into messes. She knew how to handle herself, how to get into and out of awkward situations, even those involving, yes, the male species. That was fine, that was doable. It was more that she wasn't the type of girl to get into male-related messes that involved people she knew. Actually, to be more specific and painfully accurate, Cadence wasn't the type of girl to get into male-related messes that involved her brother's best friend. Oh, what a twisted web we weave.
The companion to The Eiffel Tower. This one focuses on Gabe Laken, and is set . . . five years after The Eiffel Tower, I believe. I'm not really sure what to say about it right now, but the first chapter is currently up, and I'm sure I'll have more to say as I put more up.
Summary: It only takes one weekend for Gabe to find both Mr. Seemingly Right and Mr. Entirely Wrong, and though it's only Indra that Gabe wants in his life, Luke wants a war. Gabe's not one to sit back and take it, and it can't hurt that Indra is Luke's ex, right? THIS IS SLASH. That's the only warning you're going to get, if you're wary of those type of warnings. And if you start reading this and think, "Hey, this doesn't really seem like slash," and you want it to, then perhaps stick it out, and it gets to be more . . . slashy. So, a warning, a promise? Whatever you'd like to think it is.
A potential sequel to The Eiffel Tower. This one went on a permanent hiatus on April 28, 2008. You can read the Author's Note for more information, or simply skip wait for Electric Feel if you want to continue with those characters.
Summary: Sebastian Étaîn and Paris Brien have been together for a year and a half. They're survived their familes and friends finding out about their relationship, survived their first years of university, and have, so far, survived living together. Surviving everything else should be inevitable. But life isn't like that, and both past and present choices have consequences, be it for the future . . . or the present.
As for my Favorites list, half of it I read years ago, and barely remember. The other half I'll stand by as awesome, amazing, wonderful stuff. Eventually I'll have to go through and make sure it's all up to scratch as being as awesome, amazing, and wonderful as I remember, but until then, you've been warned, I guess. At one point, it was all amazing, let's say that to be politically correct and kind.
Everyone who has reviewed, thank you. I'm still amazed that people are actually reading stuff I write, and, even more amazingly, liking it. Just . . . thank you.
Any questions, comments, clarifications, criticism? Maybe something you'd just like to say to me? For the time being, the best way to get ahold of me for anything like that is to simply leave a review, and let me get back to you. Thanks, all.