I love the curling of your hair.
To follow up on that last ask, I’ll just state it this way: I’m on Dreamwidth, and I’ve left clues pertaining to what I’m playing… but that’s all I’m going to do for now. You could think of it as a JK Rowling pseudonym sort of thing—I don’t want “Seth” to taint the experience. Basically, I’m starting from scratch; I don’t want positive or negative public perception. I want my writing to speak for itself. Thus far, it has.
Hi! I recently discovered your blog and I like your writing style very, very much. You're really talented! I see that you haven't updated in a while though, and I was wondering whether you also write/rp/blog somewhere else? As far as other canons go, I really like Xenosaga, but I'd be willing to check out all sorts of rps from you 'cause you're really good (maybe your writing'll get me hooked on a new canon)! Let me know if you're willing to share your current writing whereabouts please:)–lucyden
Thank you so much for the kind words. When it comes to writing, I’m mostly doing original stuff right now. When it comes to roleplay, I’ve recently returned to the Dreamwidth.org roleplaying scene. I’m pretty self-conscious about the new character I’m playing, so I don’t know if I feel confident showing it off yet. Your flattery is appealing, though…
When I feel more situated, I’ll definitely let you know where you can read my stuff. Thanks again.
I do understand that you all are desiring “Xenosaga HD collection”.
Also, I do appreciate all your passionate comments.
I do understand your feeling to “tweet every day until the day Xenosaga HD collection comes real”.
However, what I need in order to achieve your dream, is not to have tweets from the “same person” sent to me every day.
It has been a long time since Xenosaga has been released.
It really brings back memories of those days they were developing the first Xenosaga staying up all night, when the TEKKEN Project was also staying up all night on the same floor at office. […] What I need, are the voices from many fans. This is a little different from having “messages sent every day from the same person”. Although I do understand the deep love for the game, more than that, the cheers from as many “unique users” as possible is what is needed. Digging further, I will not be able to believe comments like “I’ll buy 100 copies!”. Most companies will not believe in it. It is not realistic for one person to tweet 100 times every day, or buy 100 copies alone. It’s more realistic if you bring 10 fans to the game (not to mention, it wouldn’t mean anything by having the same person suddenly creating alternate accounts. I will be able to tell those). What’s important in these kinds of cases is the number of unique users. It means more to have 100 people mentioning they want the game one time, rather than having one person repeating it 100 times. A miracle would happen if several tens of thousands are gathered at the end. Of course, involvement from the company is needed for this but…
Have you all read, Xenosaga fans? So… what are we waiting for?
Let’s tweet, let’s spread the word, let’s make this Xenosaga HD Collection something real.
Go on and tweet to @Harada_TEKKEN. Invite all your friends to do the same. It’s important, guys, We have the chance to make our voice heard, so let’s take it!
Hey! Hope things are going well for you :)–Anonymous
Thank you, anon! Things are looking up a bit. I found a new canon to obsess over, which means I won’t keep getting more and more jaded about Sherlock. A lesson in the dangers of becoming overinvested…
I hope you’re doing well, too. ♫
Whoever is responsible for this, you’re far too nice to me. Thank you.
As promised, here’s that short story about an older Sherlock. I wrote it when I was still incredibly angry at Series 3. It’s not a particularly happy story. No other warnings.
Surprising no one, least of all himself, it’s a case that takes him away from London.
you should write more. obviously only if you want to, but I think that you're a phenomenal wordsmith (cheesy but 1000% truth), and your style could be a fresh addition (re-addition?) to the Sherlock fic community. I hope everything is going well for you and I wish you the best.–Anonymous
This is extremely kind of you, anon. Thank you.
I wrote a vignette about Sherlock in his elder years, but I never posted it anywhere very visible. Perhaps I will do that later on here.
…just the two of us against the rest of the world.
Oh, there’s one more thing I want to mention. About a month ago, in a fit of pique, I went out and bought an Android smartphone. It has texting capabilities, obviously. I sent my first text ever after years of roleplaying BBC Sherlock Holmes. It was pretty weird.
Now I just want an Android version of Sherlock: The Network to come out.
don’t get involved.
Breaking my self-imposed exile to say—holy fuck, why wasn’t I informed of this sooner? I just bought a copy of this. I need the physical proof, and I am weak.
(Taken without permission from her_nerdiness on Twitter, as seen in the book One Fixed Point in a Changing Age: A New Generation on Sherlock Holmes.)
Is Sigerson Letters ever going to update, or should I abandon hope? I'm just asking because I don't want to keep checking it every few days if you've given up on it.–Anonymous
I’m sorry. I haven’t given up on it, but you’ll have to ask my co-writer about that. I have no control over whether or not she wants to do something with me. For what it’s worth, I did complete my part of the next chapter a while ago.
But, for everyone else who has been asking, I’m not dead. I’m not okay, but I’m not dead. I don’t know if I’ll post again. So, while I’m here, I’ll say that I’m extremely grateful for those videos a bunch of you made saying hello to me and FYSS from the Sherlock convention. I’m grateful in general for the messages, concerned or admonishing or otherwise, that I’ve received in the last few months. I hope you don’t forget me, whether or not I deserve to be forgotten.
Take care of yourselves. I’ll see you when I see you.