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159 stories, 6 challenges, 112 comments, and 76 friends
J. A. Keane has spent the majority of his 19 years trying to act like a somewhat normal member of modern society, but seeing as nobody else seems to be acting normal these days (which basically makes the entire concept of “normality” redundant and nothing but a bad joke (my inner Comedian-from-Alan-Moore’s-“Watchmen” talking there)), he has decided to give up on that, and continue along his path of random offbeat-ness.
When he’s not doing that, he also likes to write long-winded rants on Tumblr, miniature rants on Twitter, medium sized rants on Facebook, and adamantly refuses to use LOLspeak (as he finds it annoying, and believes that it’s a slightly differentiated (but not THAT much, really, if you think about it) form of Newspeak).
And when he’s not doing any of that, he likes to write exaggerated biographies that are intended to make him sound more interesting than he actually is.
And after all that, he also really likes to end his website biographies on a joke.
(American reality TV shows.)
139 stories, 4 challenges, 1216 comments, and 58 friends
I dabble a little in a lot of things — writing, webcomics, gaming, photography, web design, music, and more. I’m a full-time code-wrangler and a part-time farmer with 40 acres, a lot of animals, and far, far too much to do.
66 stories, 5 challenges, 465 comments, and 39 friends
Hey guys. I’m around here every now and again.
I write my stories at 3 AM.
Ficly is nifty, you’re all cool cats.
Bring on the comments, I eat them for breakfast.
I always try to challenge myself. I often bite off more than I can chew.
I’m a multi-dimensional being so sometimes my tenses will be kerfuffed.
I don’t rate anymore because I have concluded that I don’t know what I’m talking about.
3 stories, 0 challenges, 4 comments, and 3 friends
I can never think of anything to put for my Bio so I’ll keep it short and sweet.
I’m Adam, I’m from Cornwall in SW England. Currently doing Engineering at Exeter Uni. I need something to get my creativity out so here I am.
244 stories, 4 challenges, 639 comments, and 18 friends
Master of the Armory and Chief Nibmaker of Our Strange and Wonderful House. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
712 stories, 17 challenges, 7567 comments, and 209 friends
“Read, Reply, Ficly, or Die!” -Krully
I am a self-proclaimed member of the LoA (League of Awesomeness): Mistress of Well-Intentioned Indecision.
Special Needs Teacher, wife, mother of two, center-brained, imaginative, pragmatist. Sometimes I sing. Sometimes I take pictures. Sometimes I doodle or make stuff.
I just have too many irons in the fire.. I like fire.. it is pretty and warm.. I like to dance and sing by the fire, but I am careful. I always remember who I am.
I am Mistress Elshanor of Hawk Manor, Head Librarian, Keeper of the Secret Passageway to Mount Krully, and Keeper of the Ficlinomicon AND Kevin Lawver’s Pen. I think..
Get your ficly fandom on! http://zazzle.com/inkwells*
I wrote some free ebooks:
“For every day you take off from writing, your muse will take off three!” -Anonymous
“Do not pity the dead, pity the living; especially those who live without love.” -Dumbledore
67 stories, 16 challenges, 298 comments, and 52 friends
I’m a writer from Northern Ireland who enjoys the works of Neil Gaiman, Diana Wynne Jones, Erin Morgenstern and Laini Taylor. I love to listen to Mumford & Sons, the Lumineers and Of Monsters & Men while I write.
88 stories, 11 challenges, 394 comments, and 221 friends
The pen is mightier than the sword. How outdated. In the 1900’s, it would have been, “The typewriter is mightier than the machine gun.” But in modern times? “The word processor is mightier than the particle-beam weapon.”
I play video games, build things with Legos, and try to kid myself into thinking that I’m mature. I love dorking around with computers and I have a strange obsession with hats – nice ones, that is, no baseball caps. My dream is to either become a Masterbuilder or a drummer, and neither seem very close. Such is life.
Since joining Ficly, I’ve come to realize that I love playing off of other people’s work, reshaping their ideas to form some coherent things. Half my stories come either from challenges or from hitting the “Random Story” button and writing a sequel (I highly recommend this, the things that you’ll find are amazing!).
5 stories, 0 challenges, 2 comments, and 2 friends
Hello, I’m Harrison Golden. I am a retired papaya salesman who has decided to become a full-time writer. I know. You might think my decision to do this is a bit of a stretch from a previous career, but in reality, papayas are not at all different from short stories. They are both colorful and beautiful (if prepared correctly) and, most importantly, they both taste great with marmalade.
27 stories, 3 challenges, 163 comments, and 13 friends
“This is my letter to the World /
That never wrote to Me”
- Emily Dickinson
49 stories, 4 challenges, 365 comments, and 42 friends
Izzy, 18. Citizen of the world, performer, writer. The arts are my saving graces, I think. I was originally a member of Ficlets, and now I’m here. Let’s get to know each other.
65 stories, 12 challenges, 311 comments, and 23 friends
I ain’t a writer right now, and I probably wont be one in the future, but I sure as hell enjoy the act of writing. I’ve only just started writing in the past few years, and even then have only produced short stories and shorter stories. I haven’t taken any classes, or learned from any one source, but I read a lot.
I take from what I read, and learn from the authors on my shelf. They’re the ones who’ve taught me to write, and I’ll never stop reading and learning. My writings are sporadic, my posting of stories even more so, and I don’t ever hope to be published, much less make it a full time job, but I enjoy it. So I guess I won’t ever stop writing either.
19 stories, 3 challenges, 40 comments, and 5 friends
If she’s an artist, she’s a sculptor.
82 stories, 5 challenges, 233 comments, and 36 friends
Beneath the regular writers sits a young girl, pen trembling in her hand. She tries to put words on paper, but nothing comes out but painfully choppy verse. She drops the pen, looking up at the regulars in their creative glory. She sees many people she’d take a bullet for, but cannot stifle the envy toward. She remembers when she was a shining example of what a writer should be, but that time is long since gone. She lays her notebook down and draws her legs under her, praying for inspiration.
Feedback makes my heart race.
If you don’t like the limit, go to Protagonize.
Elisabeth, Situation Escape Artist and Keeper of Fireworks
49 stories, 8 challenges, 224 comments, and 5 friends
I’m an Australian student, finishing my final year of high school. I enjoy a good read, and like to try my hand at writing as well, but I never found a great outlet until now! Writing has always been an interest for me, but gaming is my true passion.
145 stories, 3 challenges, 2595 comments, and 436 friends
We were two against the world. Now the odds are slightly against me.
118 stories, 7 challenges, 264 comments, and 36 friends
Note to eReader owners: Digest for April 2011 is now available at http://www.box.net/shared/yg7eom74zq, as are all monthly digests. I’m happy to accept any and all feedback.
Still a fan of the slightly warped.
8 stories, 0 challenges, 30 comments, and 8 friends
My name is Seb Feast. I’m a student, born January 28th 1995. I live in England (born and raised). I’m an avid gamer and a regular on this here internet. My xbox live gamer tag is Captain EVA. I enjoy writing and using my imagination in any way possible. I created the Rebellion Comic (which you can find above) based on Jim Stitzel’s Reclaimer Comic. Hopefully you’ll get to know and like me and my writing. :)
24 stories, 2 challenges, 318 comments, and 75 friends
I am just a girl who always wanted to be a writer.
Follow me on Twitter @smdasilva5!
23 stories, 0 challenges, 105 comments, and 63 friends
I write pulp.
11 stories, 0 challenges, 6 comments, and 79 friends
Greetings, programs of Ficly!
Somewhat paradoxically, I am simultaneously new – and not new – here; formerly, I was on this site under the handle of “J.A. Keane” from the start of 2010, up ‘til mid-to-late 2012. Things would have merrily continued that way…if it weren’t for the malfunction that wound up with me being unable to log back onto here with my Facebook account (oh, technology!), so henceforth I have returned like a fine-feathered phoenix from the flames (albiet with considerably less spectacle) to start anew.
However, if you’d like to see the sort of stuff I did before on my old account, you can take an inquisitive gander herein:
Be seeing you…