I started getting into this band called Halestorm, and they rock. 😛
You know me, I like to rock a bit. That explains why my game avatar looks like she’s just been dragged out of a rock show.
I just realized that most of my stories have been pretty dark. Recently, I did a story about a murder mystery. And the other day, I looked into my old books back to those days before I became a blogger. And there’s a bunch of stuff.
There’s my first attempt at a Greek mythology-related story (unfinished) … a diary book I actually finished (back in 2010)… Elaysi’s Chosen (remember that?), another Greek mythology-related story that is unfinished… a paranormal Romeo and Juliet story (unfinished) … a dramatic story me and one of my real-life friends made up about this immigrant (abandoned story) ….an unfinished scary story about a messed-up spa… a mystery story that I quickly got bored with… and a story about a poltergeist ringleader and then its unfinished sequel.
Wow. I have a bunch of stuff on there. Especially a whole lot of unfinished/abandoned stories. Know what it’s like to have bunch of story ideas going at you during a time of brainstorming?
Also, there are a bunch of made up songs, including “Who I Am”, the song I made up long before “The Unwanted One”, yet became another abandoned story.
I feel bad. I had all those stories. Also, I remember this story about this troubled orphan girl who died after this very mean person shattered the sole picture of her and her parents… and then she becomes a ghost to seek vengeance against the very mean girl. (Wait… doesn’t that sound kinda familiar?) But I deleted it… maybe I’ll go back to it since my “evil ghost obsession” has returned?
As for “Only Fair”, I keep on becoming scared that I’ll abandon it too, cause it’s for the writing challenge. But… I have so many ideas in my mind as well as a series to manage… so much…
You can say I have a vast imagination… after all… I have this other quote…
“Even though things cannot happen in real life, there is one place where anything is possible: your imagination.”
I worry sometimes that I’m too caught in making too many story ideas that I end up leaving behind old ideas.