Mynoris, The Contributor
I need to convince my word processor that I'm not Hemmingway.
I'm a sad, Mormon Mom. (Summary brought to you by Steve24833).
Your mother was cast aside by your father for certain 'unnatural' practices. Raised by your overly strict father, you always felt as though you didn't belong in the village, and the way the other villagers treated you didn't help. So, what are you going to do about it?
Mature content likely with a generally serious tone. (December Contest prompt #34: The protagonist is the village whore. But she's also a witch!) Since I'm running out of time, there won't be as much detail as I would have liked, but I've been told it's better to finish badly than not finish at all. Cheers.
Recent PostsNet Neutrality on 12/15/2017 8:13:19 PM
Hmmm, now I really wish I had remembered that; I wouldn't have clicked on the link. Ouch.
Net Neutrality on 12/15/2017 7:44:56 PM
*tries to remember this....is failing at the moment*
I think I need to eat something.
Net Neutrality on 12/15/2017 7:40:32 PM
There was such a thing?
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 7:10:44 PM
Whoa! It actually does. I wondered why people bothered to put the @ sign in the forums. Thank you for the demonstration; I appreciate it. (No, I'm not being sarcastic; if someone had told me without the example I would have asked someone to do it anyhow.)
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 6:59:28 PM
Does @someone's name actually do anything?
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 6:26:09 PM
Probably a lot of stress in general because of the country to the north. Fast internet is good. And as much as SAT tests are hard, it's a common way to measure fitness for the Universities, something that I often have mixed feelings about. Anyhow, are you going to school in Korea, or abroad?
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 6:00:06 PM
I have to admit, I don't know very much about South Korea. Yes, big libraries are wonderful things, though I suppose a lot of people don't use them as much anymore since the advent of e-books and sites like Wikipedia.
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 5:54:43 PM
I don't think I read that one specifically. Or, if I did, it was just during school library time; I certainly never owned it. I keep telling myself I'm going to order the books, bit by bit, and read them all.
Were they translated into Korean, or did you read them in English?
Hello from Korea. on 12/15/2017 5:51:31 PM
I meant from your childhood, but Ground Zero is a good one. :)
Introductions? on 12/15/2017 5:49:28 PM
If you have a lot of time, I would suggest Eternal, also by EndMaster.