A recent college graduate, Chelsie Whilton has just purchased an old stone house in Montana, with hopes of turning it into a small thrift store. When she moves in, though, she realizes it came with its own employees.
@AnnieBarrett Oh... You know... Sometimes the thing about writing, is that it's an investment. You don't know if you'll ever reap its benefits, or if you'll ever finish what you started out in the first place, but what's most important is enjoying the process. I know it feels like a huge waste if things are just left incompleted, but it's not really all for nothing. I believe that one grows as a writer. Those chapters and unfinished stories you wrote, they aren't wasted, instead, they help you do the process better the next time. The wifi thing though... :/ Maybe you could download a writing programme that you could type your stories into? One that allows you to save too, so you won't lose your stories because of wifi lapses. The alternative conventional paper and pencil is what I usually turn to as well, and yea(: You could stick to that too(: If you don't mind of course(:
@jennisonsilverye I know... I guess I won't... but idk I just feel like I worked so hard, and won't be able to finish writing, you know? Like it was all for nothing. And also a couple of times my wifi would shut off, I'd I'd loose like a whole chapter I'd been writing... So I'm pretty much about to give up. Maybe I should stick to a pencil and paper... /:
@AnnieBarrett Oh.... I see...:( That kinda sucks... But there's still the occasional chance that you may get to use it right? I mean accessing wattpad... If it's really inconvenient to update (well... I mean... I do that... a lot), you could always take your time(: I'm sure others will understand? But there are people who do enjoy your stories, and follow them... To delete your account, and therefore, also your stories... that's gonna be a blow... It's really your choice though.
@jennisonsilverye cuzz I had to return my netbook for school, and it's annoying to get on my desktop to write.):