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Damn, no Angel wildfeed today. That means I won't be able to watch the episode until tomorrow at the very earliest. :(

So instead, to pass the time, I guess I'll post this:

The Walbolen Files, Part 2 )

Ahhh.. Nothing like an action scene that probably violates all known laws of physics to get the blood pumping. ^_- I feel much better now.

Or, at least I would, if I could manage to forget the news about JM shaving off his hair tomorrow. It's the end of an era. *sniffles*
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I used to want to be a writer back when I was a kid. I had quite an active imagination and was always making up stories in my head and then writing them down. Unfortunately, as I grew older I began to really look at the books being published and realized that there were a whole lot of people out there who could write a lot better than I could. Not that I think my efforts were crap, mind you, but I don't think they were ever really good enough to catch the interest of any publisher. Plus, I really suck at meeting deadlines and I despise writing outlines, both of which seem to be essential to being a successful writer.

There is one story that I'm quite fond of, though, and I've often gone back and forth about whether I should try submitting it to a short story magazine, just for kicks. There are parts of it that could really use a rewrite, though, and I have absolutely no ideas on how to improve it. So, I'm going to share it here on my livejournal instead. I wrote this story back in 12th grade for the Young Author's Contest. It's not meant to be a serious story, more 'Get Smart' than James Bond, really. It's also 11 pages long, so I'll be breaking it up into a couple of parts. So here we go with:

The Walbolen Files, Part One )

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