About

Hello!

Welcome to my page! I'll be around... sometimes.

What you'll find here will be an assortment of my scribblings. I am constantly coming up with ideas, hardly ever writing them down because I'm either (1) too lazy, (2) too busy, or (3) struggling to find the words. If I ever do post something, and you like it, let me know! I love feedback and will reply nine times out of ten. Usually ten times out of ten.

If you're curious about the being that is me, send me a message and I will reply to your questions to the best of my abilities.

I don't do follow-back(s) unless I know the person (online or in person), we become friends, or I love their stories. (Sorry, not sorry.)
  • Location:
    Lost in my imagination
  • Joined:
    4 years ago

Reading Lists


7 Published Works

Featured work.

Changelings (A Helford Fan-Fiction)

Social data: 37 reads. 3 votes. 0 comments.

Description: At Helford Academy, there were spies, and there were assassins. But, underneath of it all, invisible to the public eye, there were Changelings. In Paris, at the time of Caitie Alistair, there were always eyes waiting in the wings. Watching. Just w...


Other Works by TwiceTheCharm.
A Crazy Little Thing Called Love

A Crazy Little Thing Called Love

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When Alexandrea dresses like a guy to take the place of her best friend, Alexander, on a blind date, she...

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Poetry

Poetry

495 11 16

CONVICTed (ON HOLD)

CONVICTed (ON HOLD)

4.1K 135 88

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@oOMARSOo Hey there! Now I don't mean to be offensive or anything, but sometimes asking an author to update can seriously damage your chance of getting an update. It's pretty a pretty stressful thing to be asked to update. Authors have lives outside of writing so maybe they are dealing with other things or don't have time. Trust me, as a writer, seeing comments like that can kill my motivation to write. But all is not lost. 
      A nice alternative is simply to tell them how much you love their stories and perhaps comment on your favorite parts. This is far more encouraging, and you'll have a better chance of seeing updates.