When you return to your account after a 7+ year hiatus and a part of you can’t help but cringe to death at all the terrible spelling errors littering your “hard work” … (hintstupidpoetryhintcough)
4/6/2015: Unfortunately, ADAP is glitching.
I emailed the admins so hopefully it gets fixed soon. In the meantime, please find accessible chapter updates at Archive Of Our Own: Another Day, Another Pain
Please expect all of my stories to update every Sunday until completion. I try to keep a buffer of chapters up before posting. My personal peeve is finding a really good story that hasn’t been updated for years. Not even a notice of it being discontinued.
If you’re curious, here’s the current buffer zone for them:
TITLE — (Chapters posted/Current total chapters) chapters and (Words posted/Current total words) word count.
ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER PAIN — (4/11.5) chapters and (9133/24119) word count [Note: This metric views each M/F chapter pair as a single chapter because they're basically the same except for gender pronouns.]
If you have any critiques for any of the below stories, you’re welcome to leave a review. If you have complaints about the direction they’re going in, or advice on how to improve them, also leave a review — or feel free to PM me, I don’t bite. Much. ;)
If you would like advice on how to improve your own story, or insight into various writing tactics, or questions about where I get my ideas, then PM is most appropriate (unless the topic is specific to a story listed below, then you can get away with leaving the comments in a review).
I also have an account on AOOO (Redhoodlyn
). I generally keep my stories synced on here and there though.
If a work is labeled DISCONTINUED, that means it’s up free for grabs. You can continue where it’s left off, use the basics to generate a fabulous idea of your own, completely destroy existing chapters in your quest to improve it, etc. I’d appreciate some form of credit, but it’s not necessary. I’d be more than happy to look over and beta it if you want though. =)
The following is a complete list of all DISCONTINUED works:
None (I think that’s a good sign. Or a bad sign, depending on if you’re considering my health.)