In my unfortunately limited downtime from schoolwork, I enjoy writing fanfiction and original fiction alike. In my downtime from that, I enjoy video games, jogging and various other exercises for fun and health, spending time with my friends both online and off, and handicrafts of all kinds, from knitting to chainmail. Probably needless to say, I am also an avid reader - got to keep pace with the competition, after all! Beyond that, it must be said that I particularly like small fluffy animals, especially cats, and as such I am a vegetarian who's always on the lookout for new recipes. It's a much easier lifestyle than most people think!
Mostly, I hope to keep writing forever. And I hope that, somewhere, there will always be someone willing to read the results.
W. D. Smyth
on Feb. 12, 2015 :
This spoke to me, which is surprising, as the writing is quite feminine. Please don't misunderstand. As a guy, I can appreciate the finer aspects of ' girlishness ' in art, sometimes, but for the most part, it's a rare piece of yin art that can truly capture my attention. Typically, I might read a work such as this ( to appease a woman, more than likely ), and then forget it; a couple of exceptions are Betty Smith and Andrea Norton. For some reason, this piece has stayed with me. As simple as it is, it's subtle on the verge of profound. That's high praise coming from a cynical old man. You have achieved what I consider to be the fundamental purpose or art ; To communicate that which is difficult to express. To speak the meaning that cannot be defined. To show a picture with a thousand words. If one day you are looking through your old work for ideas to expand upon, ' Tea for Two ' is a bud waiting to bloom. With a little enlightenment and a few tears, it will spring forth.
(review of free book)