*tumbleweed*

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union_jack
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*tumbleweed*

Post by union_jack »

this place i a bit dead since LW's epic Love Story. Might have time to do something over Easter, you never know.

was wondering whether i should finish off/continue my others or start again...

but we shud all keep up the good work!  :)
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union_jack wrote: this place i a bit dead since LW's epic Love Story. Might have time to do something over Easter, you never know.

was wondering whether i should finish off/continue my others or start again...

but we shud all keep up the good work!  :)

hey man why dont you fnish the warriors love story fan fiction thing man she isnt here anymore
i have a reason, so there fore i am not a rebel without a cause

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lol yeah she is! i should do a sequel  :p

im in a pretty writey mood, just finished my short film script and we cant shoot this week now due to crappy english weather.
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Post by Dud »

Please start work on something, jack. Right now I'm working on my midquel for Edge's Story. but gah, struggling to find the motivation or time.

Maybe if I were to see a few more stories pop up, it may motivate me into doing some work of my own.  8)

And g'luck with the short film thing man, totally hear you on the English weather comment though.  :lol:

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A voice found it's way through the night air. Mocking, laughing voices echoed behind it. I opened my eyes. I was in a small alley, filled with shadows and shards of street light. On one side a laundrette and on the other a tall building, derelict and fire-damaged, the walls were flame licked and sinister. I raised my head up, and winced – the man wore a shiny silver jacket. He moved closer.
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