I finally worked up the nerve to revive my old fanfiction.net account. To be perfectly honest, my ego could use the boost.
I just put up chapter one of the fic I've been posting here, Heart of Crystal. I've made some small revisions to the first chapter, but I'm still really nervous. I hope its received well - I haven't been to ff.net in about five years, and honestly I was kind of unsure whether or not I should revive the account or not. But I'm ashamed to admit that I'm a bit of
Where did the separate sections for signups and startups in the RPG section go? I've JUST noticed it's gone...seems a bit odd, I thought that was one of the better ideas the section had.
Seriously, it feels like whenever I step into a thread, conversation immediately dies - even when I play mafia games.
In other news, I did things. With words. If anyone still cares. And another thing that's barely fit to give a five year old. But it's supposed to be that way, so...yay?
Well, it's 2013 now. A time to look ahead to what the future holds, but also a time to look back and reflect upon the events of the past. I had to make a lot of decisions about a lot of things this past year, but I still feel like there are a lot of things in my life that are no clearer now than they were when they first came up.
There were good things that happened; I graduated college, have two B.A. degrees, and got to visit @Ryuutakeshi; not once, but twice.
Updated 1st January 2013 at 10:18 PM by Feliciano
My fic, Heart of Crystal, is going on an indefinite hiatus. The computer it's being written on is having internet trouble. For some reason, it won't connect to my router's WiFi, even though it'll connect to an ethernet cable (though that requires me to be in my dad's office instead of in my room...) and will connect to other WiFi sources (like the Apple Store's WiFi when I took it in last week to get this looked at and temporarily fixed). I don't feel comfortable using a USB drive to write it on