- that was so moving. i cant wait to see how their relationship developes after their heart to heart.
Author's responseThere will definitely be relationship developing, but if you're hoping for an insta-bond, I hate to disappoint you darlin', but there will be nothing like that. I like my relationships with a little friction! It makes it fun ;]
(#) linerlover 2008-04-15sorry i only just started reading this, but i already love it.
and that authors note at the end is great. i know what that night feels like, so i get what you mean about talking about it. i spent the entire night on the phone to my closest friend, and just talking helps, but she was someone else who had had 'the experience'. except she started self-harming because of it, until she got help a few weeks in.
anyway, im babbling.
great story, cant wait to see how this develops, soooo yeah.
adds to favourites and sits awaiting an update like a bored puppy
Author's responseThank you so much for that. I am honored to be a "Favorite". When I write, I just write whatever happens in my head. I don't make much of a plot outline. All day long, little scenarios and conversations and saying and quotes are appearing in my head and I write them down to remember them, but that's about it. So when I wrote about that night, it was a surprise, even to me. But I think things happen for a reason, and I hope someone who really needed it got reassurance from that chapter and note.
(#) linerlover 2008-04-16indeedy. and that was deep.
but yeah. i do the same as you, writing whatever comes into my head. i was sitting falling asleep in physics today, and i had the best idea for my story. but i forgot it, 'cause we were drawing diagrams of fishies helping to explain sonar...
i wonder what goes through my teacher's head sometimes.
apart from doctor who and time travel. he's a bit strange.
anywho... i add stories i want to keep up with to my favourites, and scan the pages looking for new ones. but the ones on my favourite page are the ones i am seriously addicted to.
Author's responseGood, I'm not the only one. I think it's the best way to write, and it's the only way I've ever written. When I sit down to try and make an outline, I end up filling it in so much that it becomes what I'm writing.
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