I have a feeling he may get a black eye out of this. . . But the lie is out so things may get messy. Update again when you can please!
ABOUT ME: Well I'm 19, I like to read a fair bit, you know considering I really don't have a life and all. . . And sometimes I even write though apparently most of the time my brain just doesn't want to cooperate. In a nut shell I'm a little. . . Quirky? I like to read all sorts of different stories and have a constantly changing mind set so I follow and un-follow a lot depending on what is interesting to me that day/week/month/year etc. But the one thing that never changes is my love of a good plot with a happy ending. As cliché as that is. And just as a random question, do you ever feel like you're the last sane person on this planet? Because sometimes I do and it's not a great feeling. . . Common Sense apparently just isn't that common. . . and that's pretty much it. . . Thanks for your time!!!
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@IsauraLiraGreene I actually only have a mid range intellegence (as far as I'm aware) so people just assumed that because I used what they deemed to be 'big words' that I was really smart. And dyslexia is different for every person, I had less issues with my English based classes than Mathematics. Math is a real struggle for me whereas for others with dyslexia it was easier. And when I was learning to read my mother read to me first and then when she asked me to read it back to her she said I just repeated what she had said rather than read and I learnt that way. Plus I sounded all the words out when I was learning. I basically used phonetics. So yeah auditory learning is definity easier, but once I heard what a word sounded like and saw the spelling it just clicked. But another big thing was I attended a special school for two years to help me cope better in my classes. I also had special therapy so it's less of problem now. By what I've experienced and understand people with dyslexia are visual learners and benefit greatly from verbal and demonstrative teachings, I know I did. And was there something I said specifically before that you didn't understand?
. . . Oooooohh. . . this isn't going to end well for Eros.
Sorry to be annoying but I was wondering that if you do do the sequel would you expand the Struck world to include other species? Not like the cliché werewolves or something, but maybe more creatures to do with the spirit world or maybe expand on the demon mythology you kind of touched on or even the witches? Or will you expand to even more Vampire Coterie's like in other countries? Like not just Germany but China? Australia? Antarctica?. . . . Wait why would they go to Antarctica? I'm so silly :S OK that was definitely more than the 1 question I was going to ask, sorry :/
What Jacobi said about not looking to the future was true, but our future is determined by the actions we make in the present. Though I guess there are many future opportunities for Elysia to get her Name back. I mean there could arise a situation where they need her, but of course Audria is too st*pid to see that far ahead. They're going to need her, she was born for a reason and Fate will soon show why I'm certain of it.