Stories resume this week.Hello patient readers,Stories resume this week.9 hours ago in Personal More Like This
Sorry for the longer than expected absence, but with my birthday, working overtime, and the possibility of moving to a new flat, I have had very little time to work on any writing. It's been a hectic few weeks, but I think it's finally starting to settle down, and I should have the time on my hands to start writing once more.
My upload day is going to be moved to Thursday however, since my work schedule has changed and Sunday is now one of my busiest days, whilst Thursday remains relatively free (I work four jobs, seven days a week for those that don't know, but Thursday is my quietest day).
Sorry again to all that have been waiting for a story, and thank you all again for your patience. I'll try to make this weeks story a good one.
Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 2Hetalia: The Iron Curtain - Chapter 237 minutes ago in Humor More Like This
The homesteads of the two Koreas now stood under darkness, but with the bright blue array of the moon coloring the atmosphere. The Korean War had begun, only, South Korea had already been forced into submission by his younger more masculine brother.
The simple gardener, even after hours, remained sitting against the wall of his living room. All windows were shattered from the seemingly endless barrage of rocks. After so many hours, the living room floor had become completely covered by fairly sized rocks.
“True Korea!” North Korea shouted from outside the house.
South Korea face palmed and groaned loudly whilst shaking negatively. America had never picked up on his calls, and above all, South Korea lacked the power to send his brother home. North Korea's energy never declined, rocks simply continued to fly into the house, regardless of how late it was. South Korea had merely spent the day trembling in the corner of the living room, but unlike his brother, now s