since the release of my newest chapter, i’ve hit a milestone of 130,000 reads on small world. it never fails to amaze me that on one hundred and thirty thousand different occasions, somebody somewhere took a moment to spend reading something that i wrote, something that once only existing in my brain and is now out in the open for anybody to have access to, or to ignore. i never imagined anybody reading small world, and i never imagined it getting to where it is today. it started out as a dream i had for the first thirteen chapters or so, and when people wanted more i just made it up as i went along. its a beautiful thing, to create something and have other people appreciate it and even love it to a certain degree. i want to thank everybody who has read small world or parts of it, shared it with a friend, and the people who have personally taken the opportunity to warm my heart by contacting me directly, it is a humbling thing not only to hear how great somebody thinks you are, but how they think of the work that you produced. i know my hiatus was long and unexpected and certainly unannounced, but for the simple pleasure of finishing something that i’ve started, i will be completing the story. that doesn’t go to say that its ending soon, because in my head there is still a lot left to say about charlie and harry and what happens in their lives, but i promise myself that there will be a proper conclusion, and that i can be proud to say i have written my first, full, unofficial novel, and thats a wonderful thing to be proud of.
i don’t know but when i learned to spell my name i wrote it everywhere on everything so i guess since then
this is so nice i am printing it out and framing it
i was doing my usual complaining about how i was the first person in my town to know one direction and how now they are as mainstream as the mississippi river and my dad was like “no they’re as big as the nile” and then giggled profusely the man made a niall joke