Heaven's Cloud
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Heaven's Cloud

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    1. Emerlas
      I try
      great to have you back HC
    2. Emerlas
      you're back, welcome back
      hi there :D
    3. Emerlas
      hey can we be friends?
    4. anonymous
      they do :p

      it`s only couse if we spam much in random chat - they gonna bring it back to spam. 0 post count.
    5. anonymous
      srsly stop spam much :D you can always Pm?Vm..or open a NEW thread to em in spam :p
    6. Reece56364
      I welcome your bunnies!
    7. Reece56364
    8. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Riiiiiiight......hahahahaha XD
      If it has a soundtrack by Heaven's Cloud I'll go see it too!
    9. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Well I'm glad you found your niche Cloud... wherever it takes you. :) From what you've said, it seems to me that you enjoy the music much more than you ever enjoyed the writing. You have to enjoy it or you'll never stick with it. I also think it suits you.
    10. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      hmmm interesting question! I can honestly say that I never doubted that I'd finish my first book. I lived and breathed that book for 3 whole months and every second of my spare time went toward it. I never intended to publish it (and I don't know if I ever will... probably not) so I didn't care what it turned out like. I wrote it for me... just let my imagination run wild. It took off and never looked back. When it was done I suffered a major case of "after book depression", so I ended up writing 2 more books on the same world...lol. I don't worry when I write a story. I'm too immersed in the world and what's going to think of anything else I guess. What sort of stuff did you worry about when you were writing yours?
    11. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Yup! T'is the same with self-publishing books... the subsequent ones are much faster and easier to get out when you've done it at least once before. Oh I can't wait to hear it! I know there are a bunch of sites that you can upload it to for distribution and some of them can get it on itunes etc. Definitely let me know when it comes out! :)
    12. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Oh that IS exciting! Let me know when it's out and where to get it OK? Are you singing in it too and did you write the songs for it? (Sorry for the twenty questions... if I'm too nosy just let me know)
      And trial and error is the best way I think... you learn more from the experience.
    13. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      I'm sure there are laws about heating prisons....XD
      It's great that you can work part-time and still do all the other stuff plus go to school. I do the same thing (minus the school part: I've been done with that a long time now). Woking part-time is awesome if you can swing it. Teaching guitar sounds like fun and co-producing an album sounds really exciting! Is it one you're playing in or are you producing it for someone else?
    14. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      hahahaha XD a few years in prison? I'm guessing he got that at least.
      So if you're unlucky in love and focus your attention on other things..... what things? (If you don't mind me asking) What do you do for a living or is it all about the music?
    15. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Awww... have you been unlucky in love? I'm sorry for you 'cause that sucks :( I am not however sorry for those criminals... the dating sites are undoubtedly better off without them as members! :D If those brilliant criminal-types would bend thought and will and mind to doing something useful, the world would be a much better place for sure. :P Having said that... it DOES seem so unfair that they are so much smarter than me too...lol. Dammit!
      I have no idea what happened to the gas station guy but I ascribe to the philosophy that what goes around, comes around. :D
    16. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      That poor criminal... sounds like he was unlucky in love! XD You however got very lucky that someone answered your phone that day...lol
      I only had to change my bank card once. Some kind of police sting operation uncovered that a criminal element had stolen a bunch of card numbers. They had a computer system trying to puzzle out the PIN numbers for each one but they hadn't gotten around to cracking mine yet so they couldn't steal anything from my account. Still, it was a little scary. Apparently they got the number from a crooked gas station owner who was somehow recording them and selling them to criminals. Good grief.. I dunno where people come up with this stuff! :P
    17. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      ha ha ha! Not enough time on TFF huh?
      And who knew that the soulless had a shoe fetish OR that they could find love on internet dating sites? You learn something new every day.... XD
    18. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Yeah TFF is awesome. :) They're a really good bunch here. Any issues I have had with people here have been pretty minor really.... can't complain.
      As for your boring crooks: I'd say you were blessed with the boring ones...lol. They might have been buying flat screen TVs or something instead.
    19. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Shoes and dating sites huh? XD Well I'm glad you got it all sorted out so quickly! It's so true that you have to be careful with what you put online. Sure, anyone close to you in RL could harass you too but I think that's difficult when everybody knows them and if they know you personally. The internet is really big and really impersonal in a lot of ways. I suppose that makes it easier for some people to forget that there are real people behind those avatars and that they can be hurt. :P Identity theft is even worse! Good grief: I can't even imagine how dfficult it would be to deal with that!
    20. S.J. Faerlind
      S.J. Faerlind
      Facebook is OK with me having an author page and they don't care about what name is on that account because it's pretty limited with what it can do. The regular type of account requires you to use your real name. You can do a lot more with that type of account because it's non-commercial. I guess it's that way so that if a FB user is harassing you, the police can find them more easily or something. It also supposedly keeps people with commercial interests from harassing others through social media. It's unlikely FB would ever catch me if I signed up for a regular account under an alias (they'd be unlikely to check my credentials) but I wouldn't take the chance of being caught, just in case. And speaking of aliases... I have only one other one that I set up as a favour to JNK so I could post "retarded stuff" on his science forum XD. Otherwise, the net only knows me as SJ and my RL name is on it only because of my job. I don't have any personal stuff on the net under my RL name at all.
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