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  • winterwolf0100
    Feb 17, 2022

    Happy birthdayyy!!

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    Feb 17, 2021

    Happy birthday!!

  • Mageheart
    Feb 17, 2020

    Happy birthday!

  • Mageheart
    Feb 17, 2019

    Happy birthday! <3

  • Mageheart
    Feb 17, 2018

    Happy birthday! I hope you have a wonderful day.

  • Mageheart
    Feb 17, 2017

    Happy birthday, @xMidnightWriterx! I hope you have a wonderful day! ☆

  • alliyah
    Feb 17, 2017

    Happy Birthday!

  • Happy Birthday midnight! It's been forever since I saw you online :/

  • Why is the first sentence always the hardest to write?

    Blues It doesn't feel like that to me! I suspect it's because I think about my first sentence from when I get the idea itself. I have a setting and a set of characters and I've had ideas for the first page since December. I could write it now, I guess :P

    Maybe when you get an idea, begin writing it out in your head. Works for me!

    Jul 17, 2012

  • xMidnightWriterx
    Jul 14, 2012

    Hey, everyone. The prologue to my new work 'The Angel Sacrifice' has just been posted if you want to check it out =]

  • xMidnightWriterx
    Jul 14, 2012

    Ah, the joys of being a writer: struggling over one sentence for nearly 15 minutes before it finally sounded right =D

  • xMidnightWriterx
    Jun 27, 2012

    I'm on a review high! Need a review done? Leave a message for me =D

  • xMidnightWriterx
    May 17, 2012

    So, I come back to YWS after an exceedingly long break, in which I missed it more than I can express, and find that it has all changed. I'm so confused as to where everything is... "/

  • youngwolf1105
    Dec 19, 2011

    Hey, you stole my Info Page picture! JK, I"m changing mine anyways. So you're wiccan?

  • xMidnightWriterx
    Dec 17, 2011

    The Christmas Holidays are finally here and now I will finally have time for some serious writing and serious reviewing =]

In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort.
— JRR Tolkien