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First, I’m going to get my non-writing interests out of the way so they won’t distract me. I like listening to music, walking through the forest alone, reading in quiet corners, swimming in near-empty pools and running as fast as my legs will carry me.

As for my writing (or reading, for that point) I like to write highly imaginative works, usually either very dark or very unrealistic. I also love big plot twists that nobody sees coming until suddenly it all falls into place. Genre-wise, I like practically all sub genres of sci-fi and fantasy, especially distopias or anything with heaping amounts of magic. I’ve written a few short stories, but my main focus is my novels.

OUR DARK LIES is basically about revenge and self-acceptance. You have to look fairly deep, but you’ll see themes like loving yourself for who you are, not letting anyone bring you down and fighting until your last breath for what you believe in. If you go to read it, be warned—it’s fairly violent. It’s currently being edited, with a highly changeable count of 108 121 words.

NIGHTBLOOD was the first novel I ever wrote and totals at about 43 462 words. It’s basically about a planet perpetually divided between Day and Night and how light and dark aren’t inherently good or bad.

PAINTING PICTURES is currently lacking an ending of any sorts and missing a handful of chapters, but I like it. The word count is 47 258 and I’m hoping to someday finish it. It’s a sort of urban fantasy about a boy who can create worlds inside of his head and a girl who can shape the world around her.

ETERNAL is far from finished, but... I don’t know. It’s fairly fantasy, about four families of witches who can control fire, a pair of warrior sisters from the icy North and a city that floats in the sky. It’s 16 009 words long as of right now.

THE INFINITY PRPJECT is 22 356 words long and starts out as a normal kidnaped-and-experimented in story before getting really dark. I don’t know what the hidden message is, other than my mind is a pretty strange place.

Well, that’s it! Woah, that was long. I’m sorry. (Not really.) I hope you enjoy reading my works!

  • Midnight_Souls
    This is very intriguing and I’d really like to see more. One thing, and I also didn’t know this until someone left a comment on one of my stories, but if your adding what’s called a speech tag (he said/she shouted/they asked, etc) you end the speech with a comma (“lettuce,” he said) but if your adding an action you end with a period (“turnip.” She bent over to examine the vegetable.)

    Also, the cover is brilliant, but is that a pomegranate? Oh, and sorry for the examples I gave being very random, I’m feeling rather uninspired XD
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    ‘Flowers are for the dead’, ‘least that’s what the mortals say. -Daniella Michalleni Dahlia has finally moved away from her overprotective mother into the city. With her best friend Kyra by her side,...
    Smol_Space_Cadet
    7 hours ago
    Thanks so much for the advice! The fruit on the cover is a pomegranate, and the flower inside the words is a dahlia
  • Midnight_Souls

    mumbled "25 chapters!"

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    Our Dark LiesOlyxe “Ash” Heregale is not to be messed with. She lives for violence, laughs in the face of danger. She’s driven by a rage so bright and fierce, it’s...


    As you can probably guess from the title, I’m pretty excited about having finally edited 25 chapters of Our Dark Lies. This means I only have four chapters left to edit, which means it won’t be long before I can send it along to the publishers that require a complete manuscript rather than the first few chapters.

    Thanks so much to everyone who’s given me feedback, I’ve taken it to heart and used it to make this novel the best I can possibly write.
  • Midnight_Souls
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    This is an intriguing story so far, but I’d like to give some constructive criticism if that’s alright—to start the very first chapter with a description isn’t a good way to catch a reader’s attention. Consider starting with an intriguing action first, followed by the description, then back to the action. That could be my personal opinion, though. Feel free to ignore me or get angry if you like XD
    Only Half Monster
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    The world is divided in two, the Vasco and the humans. You could almost say the Vasco had superpowers, but the reality is much, much darker. In a destroyed world where the Vasco rule, the humans are being...
    LucyFair06
    14 hours ago
    I'm not gonna get angry ��thank you for your comment, I'm not as skilled as some of the writers on here so I need all the feedback I can get ��I'm struggling to think of plot that I can add in front of the beginning of my story, so I was wondering if you think a flashback of action from the past as a first chapter would be okay/better and then my original chapter 1 moved to chapter 2?
    Midnight_Souls
    11 hours ago
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    Sure. I know a lot of authors do stuff similar to that and it can be a big help with character development.
    LucyFair06
    10 hours ago
    Ah okay great, thanks for your help :)
  • Midnight_Souls

    mumbled "Ughhh"

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    It’s not fair in the least for me to hate editing this much. Also I miscounted and I have five more chapters than I thought I did, so yeah. More fun.
    Midnight_Souls
    3 days ago
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    I’m glad I’m not the only one who feels this way XD
    Amaan.s_official
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    LMAO yep ur not the only one. All of us writers have to go through the bothersome process of editing. wish there was a short cut or something but at least it will make our stories have a squeaky clean finish i guess
    Midnight_Souls
    3 days ago
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    I’ve thought about getting my friends/family to look over my stuff in the past and... not gonna happen. That leaves only me, myself and I to edit. I completely agree with you. It’s bothersome.
  • Midnight_Souls
    This seems really interesting but I have to admit, I can hardly read it because of the swirly text. That could be just me though, but I’d still consider changing it to a more readable one—it really distracts from how good the story is.
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    In Croft village, Devils and Twilight Guards know that they are not exactly compatible elements. But when rules get broken and lines are crossed . . . The results are bound to be explosive. ~~*~~ ‘Learn...
    brisk3000
    3 days ago
    Thanks for your input. It was greatly appreciated.
    Midnight_Souls
    3 days ago
    Also when people are speaking, you should use double quotations ( “ ) as opposed to single quotations/apostrophes ( ‘ ). Oh, and this is a brilliant story. Absolutely fantastic.
    brisk3000
    1 days ago
    I do not know how to change from this ( ‘ ) to ( “ ) . . . I tried but my entire document got messed up so that's why I decided to leave it like that. I actually made the same mistake in other stories as well.
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