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A. Harrison PM
Joined Feb '07


My name is Ashley but you may call me whatever you like.

For starters, I want you to hate my work. Yes, I really really do. Hate it, despise it. But whatever you do, tell me why you hate it. And if somehow, you can't find a single thing you hate about it...well, tell me anyway and I'll change it. I can make it better.

As for commenting me, no matter what you say to me, I'll respond back to you, as well as review. Just know I'm quite honest...and if you hate my criticism, don't read it. I'm just here to make myself better, and hopefully do the same for you. And please, for everyone's sake...don't put your entire life story on your bio. Just keep it to the basics, please.

Okay. As for my writing... my style is quite dark, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Sometimes you'll run across something uncharacteristic of me...such as something without some type of gore or thrill in it...you know, "normal" writing. Just depends on when you catch me. Anyway. You might be wondering why I'm always writing about gore. And if you're not...well, you're about to know. The answer is quite simple: it's fun to write about things that you could most likely never get away with in real life. Helps you get out all that creative energy without real punishment. To answer any other question you might have...you'll have to message me because some how we were all born without the ability to read minds. So, you know what to do.

-Update as of September 24, 2008-

Hnk. First off, I wouldn't recommend reading "Scalped Potatoes" I haven't had a chance to go back and edit and such, but don't worry, I'll get around to it. One chapter at a time. I went back and read it, and honestly, you can tell it was written one sentence (give or take) at a time. And that needs to be changed. Horribly. Soon it will be nice and flow-y. Second, my writing is starting to slow down again, but I'm trying! School is keeping everyone busy, and I'm all but excluded from that category. But please, keep reading! I greatly appreciate the time you spend (or waste, depending on what you think...) reading my work.

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