Category Archive for 'Fall to Ruin One Day'

I know. It’s coming in the next update. I felt (once the chapter was completed) that including the next two scenes distracted from the rest of Chapter 36, all of which is important to what’s about to go down. You won’t have to wait long for the next update. It’s going up on December 20th. […]

…and we’re back!

And almost fully functional. I’m still working out the kinks in the whole subscription process (I know several of you have mentioned you’re not receiving alerts) but that should be the only area of the site not functioning. Though I haven’t been posting, I’ve been been writing quite a bit. The update schedule for Fall […]

I turn the corner and, though I don’t plan to eavesdrop, when I hear Edward talking to Esme, my feet stay rooted in place. “I’m sorry,” he says. “I offered to help with dinner because I wanted to get out of the living room. I’m willing to try, but I should warn you—I’m a complete […]

December 31, 1999  (five minutes before midnight) Carlisle stares into space, his expression somehow blank yet simultaneously intent. It’s exactly how Alice looks when she’s lost in thought. When he turns back to me, he catches me staring at him. “I’m sorry,” I say. “Something about your face just then made me think of my […]

Dear Carlisle, This feels ridiculous—writing you a letter while you’re here in the apartment. You begged me to talk to you earlier, and though I wanted to, I just couldn’t. Now you’re listening to Automatic for the People. I’ve lived with you long enough to know that means you’re upset, and given the way the […]

“Look, I know you at least tried to move on after you left. I expected that—hell, I’d even hoped for it. I love you enough to want you to be happy, even if it means I have no place in your life. But if this…” He waves his index finger between us. “…is going to […]

About the New Chapter…

I began writing Chapter Thirty-One of Fall to Ruin One Day on November 7, 2010. Though details changed during this time, but the main events remained the same. It’s loosely based on something I lived. The night of my twenty-fifth birthday, a stupid fight with my longterm boyfriend escalated in such a way that I […]

December 25, 1999 The spring on the box’s lid makes it hard for me to pry it open. Impatient, he takes the box and opens it for me. I look at him, thinking he’ll tell me he loves me or drop to one knee. He doesn’t. Instead, he just sort of thrusts the box back […]

  Tonight for the first time ever, my writing will be featured on a Twitter #readalong. How to join in on the fun? Follow @twigirlsnxtdoor click any of the #readalong links you see in a tweet. Read Fall to Ruin One Day and tweet whatever moves you—be sure to include #readalong in your in tweet so […]

“Why are you even with me?”  I ask. His answer seems automatic—almost canned. “Because I love you.” “I want to believe you.” “But you don’t.” “No, I do. I just don’t think it means the same thing to you as it does to me.” “I don’t understand.” I open my eyes and meet his gaze in […]