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Ally Renee

  • @lonathecat

    Ugh, I keep telling myself that I will be quicker in responding but… here I am XD *long sigh* sorry ’bout that!

    Well, that makes sense. I guess I’m just different than most people 😛 😉

    Ok, wow, that sounds like so much fun XD Even though you say y’all were terrible at it, did you at least have fun? That’s what matters most,…[Read more]

  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Aaaaahhhhh, I’m really bad at replying quickly XD So you are totally fine, friend! Oof, exams. They’re so… “fun” XD

    My job is going really well so far! I work at Chick-fil-A now, so if I start saying “my pleasure” at the end of everything, that’s why 😛 I’m really enjoying working there, and my coworkers are so fun!…[Read more]

  • Thanks again! 😀

    Hmmm, let me see… I think Kelsi would do that. I can see that being an important factor among the Healers (since procedures and stuff would probably need to be systematic LOL).

    Who’s most likely to eat something off the ground? I know, it’s gross, but hey, I’m interested to see how it goes XD

    I can definitely see Kevin doing…[Read more]

  • @erynne – Aww, thanks! 😀 (Yes it is Penny 😉 ). I did not draw that picture (the artist’s “username” or whatever it’s called is Cliven Zu, or something like that), but I did use an app to re-color the image to look more like Penny 🙂

    Ooooo I like that question! There isn’t a whole lot of technology in my world either (any phones I decide to…[Read more]

  • Definitely Alex, given that he eventually does at the end of my story LOL.

    And, okay, I really want to answer the “lock-picking” question XD I can totally see Kevin doing that. Not because he generally needs to pick locks, but because that’s just one quirky and potentially sketchy, uh, ability that I can see him knowing 😛

    Okay, let’s see……[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 8 months ago

    Hi again y’all! Ok, my apologies for being so inactive for soooo long! I started a new job that has been taking up a lot of time, and schoolwork has taken up the rest of the time XD I promise I have not forgotten about you two!

    @rose-colored-fancy

    Let me know how you like it when you finish it! Or how you dislike it, I guess XD

    Yeah, it’s…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello in the forum Introduce Yourself 8 months, 2 weeks ago

    @ribbonash

    Hi there!

    My pleasure! 🙂

    Oh well good LOL. No worries, I’m just glad someone was curious about a character of mine 😉 Hmm, I don’t think I have given her a name because the scene where she makes her appearance is in Leebus’ POV, and she never told him her name (for obvious reasons XD). But she has multiple powers: teleportation,…[Read more]

  • I can totally see Penny or Taylor doing that, both because they would be rushing against the clock and not notice before they stepped out the door. They would have to have someone tell them that their socks didn’t match or their shirt was inside out LOL.

    I also say Kevin would do it, but he wouldn’t care enough to fix it XD He would just walk…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello in the forum Introduce Yourself 8 months, 2 weeks ago

    @ribbonash

    You’re welcome once again! Yeah, I may or may not be about to search “post-Cyborg war books” on Google XD I will let you know if I find anything in my research 😛

    Oh good I’m glad it still wasn’t confusing LOL. No worries in wondering about the messenger. She really only has one mission in my entire series XD Yeah, it is quite a…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello in the forum Introduce Yourself 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    @ribbonash

    You’re welcome! 😀

    Oh wow that’s so cool! That seems like an interesting setting and I love it! I don’t know how many post-Cyborg-war books I’ve read before 😉 You’re welcome again!

    Aww, thanks! I’m glad my explaining isn’t too confusing LOL. Well, actually, I guess I made one thing confusing: the woman in the prologue is just a…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello in the forum Introduce Yourself 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    @ribbonash

    Hi Ribbonash! Welcome to Story Embers! 😀

    Ooo your WIP sounds so cool! May I ask what the setting of your story is where cyborgs are fighting in wars? It sounds intriguing 🙂

    My current major WIP, Elemental, goes a little something like this (this is essentially the prologue of my first book):

    “In the world of Belrac, the kingdom…[Read more]

  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Hello friend! 🙂

    Equal torture treatments for characters XD Sometimes I feel like authors like us are some of the most despicable people you could ever know (in some aspects, of course LOL). I’m sure your PTSD writing will turn out wonderfully! 😉

    Yeah, the first book is kind of slow going. After reading the whole saga, I…[Read more]

  • @zee

    Whoops! I’ve done it again *facepalm* I don’t know how I didn’t see your answer! I’ll answer your question though, LOL.

    I think Penny would trip and fall, being my most clumsy character, and she would totally spill whatever she was carrying all over people around her. She is not very graceful XD

  • I would say Danny is probably my most independent character. I gave him a rough childhood, and he sort of had to learn to be independent from a young age.

    Who is most likely to be considered the most insecure of your characters? (I know this is kind of similar to the past two questions, but I’m running out of ideas LOL).

    Probably Faith. She has…[Read more]

  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Hi Rose!

    Cool!! Scars are great. I give Alex and Penny more, eh, “severe-ish” as a two-for-one special with their scars XD Alex has, like, PTSD and Penny has constant nightmares. But everyone gets scars; no one gets to feel left out LOL.

    You’re welcome! 🙂

    I love The Wingfeather Saga so much! My family read those books as…[Read more]

  • Definitely Kelsi. She never gets trained on how to defend herself from all the evils of my fictional world, so out of all my characters, she would have no idea what to do whenever she would be in danger.

    Who is most likely to be considered the most caring of your characters?

    I think Kelsi once again is the answer to this question XD She works as…[Read more]

  • @lrc

    Hi there! Oh my, that sounds traumatic. But I’ve been there (for the most part, anyways). I have actually written a short story where one of my characters gets temporary-memory loss (so not exactly like yours, but still a sad situation for the characters LOL), but here are some things that I incorporated with that, if you’ll find this…[Read more]

  • Hmmm probably Kelsi. She isn’t always known for late nights, mostly because she has an exhausting job, and once she gets home from work and school all she wants to do is sleep XD So it would most likely be her.

    Who is most likely to always have a positive attitude, no matter what the situation was?

    Probably Taylor. She is definitely a…[Read more]

  • Ally Renee's profile was updated 9 months ago

  • Ally Renee replied to the topic Hello all! in the forum Introduce Yourself 9 months ago

    @lonathecat

    Hi! 😀

    Thanks LOL! And honestly same XD

    I don’t really understand 😛 Our nerves are strange, that’s all I know 😉 Honestly, I would rather sing in front of people I think than talking XD I think I can sing better than I can talk at a normal pace, so that may be why (but that’s not saying much LOL).

    Oh no I totally forgot to ask her…[Read more]

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