FemaleMember since 11 Oct 11Age 27Last online 5 years ago

I spend all my days reading Shakespeare, Dickens and Carrol at the English Department of Aarhus University. I like the classics, but miss the days when I could immerse myself in any book that caught my fancy. Huge fan of fantasy with Robin Hobb as the unquested queen of all writing ever.

When I started studying, my writing dwindled along with my pleasure reading. Movellas has proven a nice motivator in that area - the simple fact that someone is waiting for the next chapter makes it a lot more difficult to put at the end of my To Do-list.

Anyway, I hope you like my stuff. I roam around the page sometimes to find things to read, and when I do, I always leave a comment. I'm nice that way. :P

If you like my writing, or want to know the context of the profile picture, feel free to check out my blog: catling-scribbles.blogspot.com


  • The Man in the Hanging Tree: Redeye
    The Man in the Han...
    by Natling
  • Natling
    7 years agoReply
    Great idea! Looking forward to following this :)
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    7 years ago
    Thanks Natling, Your work still is amazing as always :D
    D.B. Fairless
    7 years ago
    Thanks so much, I'm really proud of what we've started here
  • Natling
    7 years agoReply
    Thanks for the advice! The ultimate promotion must be having the Movellas crew link to your story in a blog. I will go check them both, of course. How can I not? :)

    Favourite titles... I love "Across the Nightingale Floor", because you can SEE the adventure in those four words. "The man who laughs" and "The curious incident of the dog in the night-time" are favourites too.
  • Natling
    7 years agoReply
    *looking below*
    Wait, you're not a guy? Well, then I guess your choice of main character makes more sense. :P
    I really like the way you use the diary form - you make the narrator engage with the diary and, through it, with us. Very clever.
    I do feel like you come on a bit too strong, though. I understand that this is a teen girls diary and they do tend to be dramatic, but I feel like the strength of her emotions does not give me space to form my own opinion about what happens. I guess what I'm asking for is a little more "air". But that is only my opinion, of course. Overall you get a definite thumbs up!
    Diary, do you want to know a secret?
    Diary, do you want...
    I really want to bring out emotions in the reader, so I hope I make you guys feel something. Even if is it boredom :) Whether you're a teenager or not, I think at one point in your life you will come to...
    R K Guron
    7 years ago
    7 years ago
    Haha... I have no idea. Maybe your name seems masculine? I'm sure there a penis-analogy somewhere in there. :P
    R K Guron
    7 years ago
    oha lordy now that's all I can see when I look at my screen name. No wonder I'm single. Potential boyfriends were scared to ask me out because they thought I'd be more manly than them.
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