Sunday, March 2, 2014


You officially read more than Gise and Dario.

And that is an odd, odd feeling @_@

(I'm trying to fix the comments section Dx. My blog hates me).

EDIT: The comments thing seems to be sporadic. I don't know why it's picking and choosing which ones to write about.



  1. Anonymous5:12 PM

    I can comment on this one o-o
    You just made Ren's phone sound out loudly in class

  2. Anonymous5:13 PM

    And of course I read everything @_@ what do you take me for

  3. Anonymous5:15 PM

    Also Ren's a reader, but comments are for lamers

  4. Anonymous5:16 PM

    I wasn't aware lamer was a word o-e

  5. REN


    WHY? ;-;

  6. Anonymous1:15 PM

    Dear Dream,

    Forgive me in advance for the necro post. The blog post in question was one of the sporadic ones and I merely wished to ensure you received this.

    I also apologize for the double if there is one. Bit glitch on my end. This is in reference to your letter to Dream a few days after this blog post.

    It's not goodbye.

    As a writer you will wear many hats. Characters and heroes and villains will come and go, plots will flourish and die, and all books must have an end. And yet, after the last page is filled, it is not truly an end.

    A good character never fades away. They will always be with you, to some extent. Even if you no longer write about them or as much as you used too, does not mean that she has finished to write for you. She and her story can still spark that flame of creativity or pave the way for a story. Dream... her line of thought, her mind, her voice and mannerisms may even serve as the inspiration for dozens of new characters. That little voice in your head for her is still there... Just changing like you are.

    So yeah... You may never write for Dream again. But it is my belief as a writer that we still have much to learn from our old characters. They represent a previous time in our lives and those are things we should never forget. You mature as a person and as a writer... from one style into another and from character to character. 

    And even still this isn't "the end" for Dream as an actual character. You're... 18 I believe? You have an entire future and career ahead of you and who knows what could happen? 5 years from now I could be reading Enkindled with Chains starring Esther Paine on the NY Times best seller list. Dream's story only ends when yours does. And even then it might not. I mean... look at Shakespeare. Dead in the ground and if I had a nickel for every Macbeth lemon fic...

    But I digress. You are a writer. You will mature and with your growth so will your characters. Dream is precious to you. She was your first true character and you seem to have a massive story for her. She caught you by surprise like any good character. For that reason alone you seem unlikely to ever abandon her.

    And Dream will never abandon her writer.

          --Faithfully cynical, pessimistic, and bittersweet,         your anonymous philosopher;



"Science and science fiction have done a kind of dance over the last century... The scientists make a finding. It inspires science fiction writers to write about it, and a host of young people read the science fiction and are excited, and inspired to become scientists...which they do, which then feeds again into another generation of science fiction and science..."
- Carl Sagan, in his message to future explorers of Mars.