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Anonymous asked: "You definitely have a distinctive style - I can usually pick your stories out. I think you also tend to explore similar themes in a lot of your work. You're very good at world building in a very short time. It's not overly flowery, but it paints a compelling picture. Your plotlines feel very organic, there is rarely contrivance or unnecessary meandering. There's a lot of humor. Your stories are fun (even when they're breaking my heart). You're a fav for sure."

Thank you so much!

I write a lot of damn adultery for some reason lol

ETA: Just noticed what you said about world building, and that’s awesome because world building is the worrrrrrrrst, so I’m glad I manage to pull it off.

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mellarkberries asked: "Gosh, where do I start!? I love your writing. I think what stands out is that I feel that the people are real with real emotions, desires, flaws, etc. and I love that. The dialogue is always so honest. The sex, oh man the sex is always great haha and again so realistic and hot haha. Also, there's always great build up. I am always left wanting to read more and when I reach the end of a chapter, i'm like AH!! give me more! so yes, truly amazing writer in the fandom! :)"

Thank you so much Jules! I’m happy you find the dialogue honest, I think I’m very particular with how I write dialogue because I want it to sound real and natural. I try to practice how someone would say something in my head, especially in the heat of the moment, to really capture how a person might fumble or stutter or break awkwardly. Unrealistic dialogue can really take me out of the moment personally (like…Dawson’s Creek for example >_>). So that’s very important to me, thank you! :)

dracoisalooker76:

Anywhere I Would Have Followed You
04: It’s sad but sometimes moving on with the rest of your life starts with goodbye.

My mother knows that I’m no chef and tells me to take a minute out on the balcony.  I take it eagerly, nearly sprinting out of the kitchen and outside.  It’s a nice day, not too chilly, and I’m boiling from being in the kitchen for so long so the cooler breeze is a welcomed blessing for me.   I’m just about ready to fall asleep when I hear my sister – my sister of all people – ask Gale, “So when are you going to put a ring on it?”
I stuff my fingers in my ear, almost afraid to hear Gale’s answer. I don’t want to think about weddings or proposals. Gale knows how I feel about that. We’re not ready. I’m not ready.  And he has no right answering that question but I know he will because he’s Gale.

It can now (finally) be read at either:
AO3
FF.net

dracoisalooker76:

Anywhere I Would Have Followed You

04: It’s sad but sometimes moving on with the rest of your life starts with goodbye.

My mother knows that I’m no chef and tells me to take a minute out on the balcony.  I take it eagerly, nearly sprinting out of the kitchen and outside.  It’s a nice day, not too chilly, and I’m boiling from being in the kitchen for so long so the cooler breeze is a welcomed blessing for me.   I’m just about ready to fall asleep when I hear my sister – my sister of all people – ask Gale, “So when are you going to put a ring on it?”

I stuff my fingers in my ear, almost afraid to hear Gale’s answer. I don’t want to think about weddings or proposals. Gale knows how I feel about that. We’re not ready. I’m not ready.  And he has no right answering that question but I know he will because he’s Gale.

It can now (finally) be read at either:

AO3

FF.net

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my hobbies include thinking of stories to write and then not writing them

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