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What you may call me - NoelSherlock, Noel

It's been a while since I've been here (it is June 14th, 2014 as I type this. 6:14 pm to be exact).
I've been working through a new story for a while that I will be posting soon. Not sure what the title will yet be, but that doesn't matter as much as the story itself. 

My writing routine - I have to have my eyes closed and/or looking away from the keyboard when I type, otherwise I pay too much attention to what I am writing and then I hate myself. I always have a glass of water or tea when I write as well I prefer typing, but I can just as easily write in a notebook. Sometimes I will listen to music while writing, but it must be instrumental. I cannot write and listen to lyrics at the same time.

My interests and hobbies - Tumblr, British television, award shows, haute couture, nerdfighting, football-as-in-American-soccer-but-what-the-rest-of-the-world-calls-football, theatre, film, linguistics

Ciao, darlings.
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Reading Lists

14 Published Works

Featured work.

To The Reader

Social data: 13 reads. 2 votes. 0 comments.

Description: A letter found, addressed to the finder. The writer, H., was raised in a holy faith and had ambitions of prophecy and divine visions. This letter details a downfall and descent into madness as H.'s grip on right, wrong, and the holy faith are twist...

Other Works by NoelSherlock.
Two Sisters: Book Two

Two Sisters: Book Two

35 0 0

A new incarnation of Kat and Anya-an adaptation of the tale of Kate Crackernuts. Starring the jealous Qu...

The Goodland Kronicles, Book One: The Hills(ON HOLD)

The Goodland Kronicles, Book One: The Hills(ON HOLD)

125 1 2

Vita has never known anything but life at The Manor with Lord Michael, her caretaker. When he is kidnapp...

My Own Walden

My Own Walden

40 1 0

The Most Dangerous Woman

The Most Dangerous Woman

237 11 12

She comes and goes without your noticing. Like an ocean tide, seemingly harmless at a distant glance, bu...