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Sacred Forest

That’s the name of the new story I’m writing, though I might change it by the time I put it on the website. This tale the story of a forbidden love between a German old man (he’s in his thirties) and a young gipsy girl (she’s in her late teens) during the 1400s in Belgium.

This is a story that has turned out to be very emotional for me. It’s made me study for some things and at the same time, it’s charged with a lot of love; and I don’t tend to write this type of stories. I write “weird” things, yet I believe this story in particular is coming out nicely.

I think I’m leaving a piece of my heart here. I don’t think I’ve ever been so involved with a story, and yes, that’s thrilling, but at the same time, it’s scary.

I’m sure a friend of mine would’ve loved reading it. Well…maybe he’d laugh at the writing liberties I’m taking with it, but I’m sure that whenever he is, he’s enjoying it.

For now, D and I are calling this story “the Belgians story”. I just hope I am able to finish it.



I don’t think people would believe me if I told them where this story came from, so I won’t even mention it. However, this is a story I’m proud of.

On one side, Dablin read it in English!!! YAY!!! She had to use translators and everything, but she managed to do a great job! Though many times I was like “I shouldn’t show it to her…it’s a gift after all” I don’t think it’d come out the way it did without her help.


Also, I wrote an erotic scene again! I hadn’t done it in a long time, afraid of what could happen if I did, thinking I’d do it wrong; but I’m very pleased with the outcome.

“Runaways” is a very special story for me. It not only talks about a love story between a Templar Knight from the time of the second crusade and a girl from the Briton nobility in Jerusalem, but it talks about a story that has transcended time.

And D loved it *.*