Penname: TrueLies [Contact]
Real name: Kat
Member Since: 07/21/05
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'Twas a long time ago, longer now, than it seems, in a place that perhaps you've seen in your dreams. For the story that you are about to be told, took place in Kat's mind, and is now her bio. Now, you've probably wondered where this "Kat" comes from. If you haven't, I'd say it's time you begun...

Name: Kathleen or Kat

Age: 19

The only story I have up here is my first ever fan fiction.I wrote it ages ago, I think I was 16. It's a short, one-shot story, please take the time to check it out and tell me what you think!
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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
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12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: TrueLies Signed
Date: 07/28/05 Title: None

ASH! hahaha ... I actually didn't read the story on the site, seeing as I read every chapter before you send it in anyways. But I wanted to make myself feel special and write a review. Ahem: This story is amazing. I give it 10/10. And not just because I love you, because I love the story. Given the choice, I'd ditch our friendship, and take the story. But then that might put Stef in an awkward situation ... lol, just kidding, of course. Or am I? MUAHAHHAHA. ... Moving on. If you don't start writing faster, Stef and I will have chain you to that Daisywheel typewriter that resides in your room [wait, isn't that out of ink? well, we can chain you to a piece of paper ... and crazy glue pen to your hand] and force you to write. It might make you miserable, but it would make us, and the rest of your fans [it seems you have quite a few] very happy. Awesome story.

Author's Response: Why hello there. Yes, the Daisywheel is indeed out of ink, but I did just get a computer in my room. Before you all cheer, you should know it's really slow and crappy. And ... NO INTERNET! Gah! I can still play Hover, which is only the best computer game ever! Anyways, my internet and my good computer is down right now, so I haven't been able to live properly for quite some time now. Thus, I am replying to this in Montreal, on your dad's computer with you in the other room. [Oh, this apartment room is SO awesome!] Anyways, I stayed up until five in the morning writting a bit more for chapter thirty-one the other night - be proud. Then, the next night, I typed it on my {crappy} "computer" at about midnight. I was a page away from being done when I pressed a button, thus causing total distruction. Ah well, I DID write it all down so I'll just re-type it some other time ... maybe when we re-boot my good computer. WHICH BETTER BE SOON! I CAN'T LIVE LIKE THIS! GAH! Okay, okay, I'll show myself out. Thank you all, and to all a good night. For me, anwyays.

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