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    No, no - like you said, life just got in the way. BUT WHAT DO YOU MEAN THAT'S NOT THE LAST CRUEL THING??? OMG NO! Jesus. Well, if you do the cruel stuff properly and write it at your usual super good standard then I guess it's okay. It's such a beautiful pain anyway. And yes I agree close together chapters are good I like close together chapters yay for them always.
    (Also thank you for your reply concerning semi-formal clothes, it was very helpful!)
    March 18th, 2013 at 06:18pm
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    No, no - like you said, life just got in the way. BUT WHAT DO YOU MEAN THAT'S NOT THE LAST CRUEL THING??? OMG NO! Jesus. Well, if you do the cruel stuff properly and write it at your usual super good standard then I guess it's okay. It's such a beautiful pain anyway. And yes I agree close together chapters are good I like close together chapters yay for them always.
    (Also thank you or the reply concerning semi-formal stuff a while back, it was very helpful!)
    March 18th, 2013 at 06:16pm
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    I'm participating in the Hanover College promotional scholarship to win free textbooks. The person with most points from likes and shares wins. 1 like=1 point and 1 share=2 points. I need all the likes and shares I can get to win.

    So, could you please click the link below and like and/or share my photo to help me win free textbooks?

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=463348783726459&set=o.138810326161733&type=1&theater

    I'm currently in first, but the girl in second is catching up very fast.

    Thanks!
    January 17th, 2013 at 04:45am
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    I highly recommend you listen to every song they've ever made ever. They're so good. Sprawl II is definitely one of the best songs in my opinion (obviously).

    Wow, I love it when you tell me things about upcoming Dreamer books because glarrrrghhgr it's so exciting! Now I can look forward to that, whilst enjoying the middle of Martyr's Run and knowing the end is really cool. Dance I feel I should thank you for writing such an awesome story but I think that might seem pretentious so I'm just gonna apologise in advance for the garbled rubbish that will be my usual overemotional comment.
    December 21st, 2012 at 12:36am
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    OH MY GOD YOU HAVE SPRAWL II LYRICS AS YOUR SIGNATURE AND SO DO I. YOU LIKE ARCADE FIRE. alisgdaisd. Arms Congrats on your awesome taste in music. (And we have the city lights part but mine's the other one oh my god wow. Sorry, I'm gonna stop being creepy now, bye.)
    December 17th, 2012 at 01:42am
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    Ohh, probably isn't you then! Haha
    http://bohemian-village.tumblr.com/ that's the one that I thought was you haha
    xo
    October 11th, 2012 at 07:07pm
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    This is really random, but do you have tumblr?
    If not, I follow someone that looks a lot like you! Haha
    xo
    October 11th, 2012 at 04:50pm
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    Wow, I think it's really awesome seeing people who look like fictional characters that other people have created - I can't imagine how exciting it must be to see someone who looks like your own! It would be similar to the sensation you'd get if you saw your future self or your parents as kids, I imagine.
    As for the comments, you're very welcome. I need somewhere to express how I feel about it, otherwise I might explode each time you updatetehe
    October 1st, 2012 at 12:26am
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    When mibba crashed my subscription to Chasing imagination got deleted and i forgot all about it. Just stumbled across it again, so pleased!!! saw that you've written like two sequels though so i'm gonna have my bloody work cut out reading all of it!!! looking forward to it though :)
    September 5th, 2012 at 09:24pm
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    Congrats! Cute I haven't seen a Pizza Express in forever; there's only Dominoes around here, which sucks.
    September 4th, 2012 at 04:53pm
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    Oh God, I am that friend to my friends. They never let me be in charge of where to go if I venture outside. My sense of direction is ridiculous. Like, I've lived in the same city since forever but I still can't direct someone to the ice rink Facepalm
    September 2nd, 2012 at 05:04pm
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    People who can read maps, or worse yet have some kind of crazy mental compass thing, can go away. I cannot deal with the jealousy I feel around them. Grr
    September 2nd, 2012 at 03:12pm
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    The how-long-it-takes-to-get-somewhere part of Google Maps is pretty useful. Although, never use the app on an iPhone - I tried to last year to get to the train station and ended up wandering around an industrial estate in Reading at 3am tehe
    September 2nd, 2012 at 02:50pm
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    Wow, you can use Google Maps? I get scared whenever I have to - it's so move-y and interactive and confusing.
    September 2nd, 2012 at 02:30pm
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    NO WAY. Oh sweet Jesus, they're all gonna be back together in one story and oh god it's gonna be like the Avengers all over again. Swoon THIS IS GOING TO BE TRIPLE AWESOME, 100% POSITIVE.
    Er. I mean... Eheh. Shifty And, hey, I'm not going to be complaining about the length. So long as it doesn't reach 989 pages, which is the longest book I've read, the length can't be that ridiculous. How many chapters so far, considering Chasing Imagination was 60 something? I guess must be a teensy bit of a pain to load when you open the document, too.
    August 7th, 2012 at 05:10pm
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    Indeed, whenever I go and visit my grandma in London it's always about 3 degrees warmer than where I live. Thanks to pollution and general busyness, though, so I don't mind too much.
    And I just quite honestly flailed because oh my god book four stuff. Hurricane and Arjan are coming back into the picture?!?! Wow It's gonna be awesome, that's my bet. I wish I could help with the difficulty but I don't know where my inspiration/imagination/vague ability has gone. I guess you shouldn't worry too much about perfection because then you'll die from over-editing and such.
    And concerning whether or not the rest of Martyr's Run is going to meet the standard, of course it will. You're amaranthine.
    August 6th, 2012 at 02:35pm
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    Ah, I see. There are many indoor pools where I live but the only one I can actually get to overdoses on chlorine and is in a mildly dodgy/off-putting neighbourhood. I can't believe it's August and the weather is still so crappy - it's been raining on and off all day. I'm going to play safe with wearing jeans and a t-shirt and maybe just popping to the shops. No Olympics or I might scream.
    August 5th, 2012 at 02:50pm
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    You're double lucky: having a outdoor pool as well as getting to go to Spain. I've only been once and that was in December so it was like UK spring. Outside is so gross. Once again, I can't got out without my hair getting turned into an afro due to drizzle. tehe But really, you get thunder storms? Shame that they're unexciting but they are a lovely kind of bad weather to get.
    August 1st, 2012 at 01:16pm
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    Actually, that photo isn't...real. XD That guy is Anderson Cooper, and he's one of the main news anchors of CNN. They just took a picture of me in front of a green screen and put it in that photo Shifty But thank you! :)
    July 30th, 2012 at 12:53am
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    YOU'RE TANNED?! You got tanned... in the UK? Go away. I hate you. Snob
    Kidding! tehe You're so lucky that you can tan, though; all I do is burn and freckle and that's only when I go somewhere like the Mediterranean for a fortnight. Good thing you made the most of the nice weather as it's overcast now, at least where I am.
    I have been ill with a cold and yesterday I finally saw The Amazing Spider-Man. It was just as brilliant as The Avengers and- and- asldhalshfalfdhak;sdla;sd In Love
    July 29th, 2012 at 04:54pm