Just want to pop in......and say I'm sorry about the lack of updates! Life has been rather busy for me lately. Long story short, I'm trying to purchase my first home, but the process is taking forever, and it's hard for me to find time to write in my current transitional phase (my stuff has been moved into the condo, but I can't move myself in or start painting/decorating until I close).More Like This
I have been rereading the edited chapters a bit to revive my inspiration. This often helps me focus and keep writing, but I also tend to reconsider things I shouldn’t be thinking about... such as Ch 12. I was reading through the proposal scene, and something about it bothered me. I realized it did not properly capture the seriousness of Link and Zelda’s marriage. By that I mean the risks they took in defying the conventions of their society. I started to picture Zelda’s father warning her about how difficult it could be for Link, and that it could ultimately destroy their marriage. So the scene began to un
Memories | Link x ReaderMore Like This
“I got the firewood!” you heard Link call from the gates.
You smiled at him and waved him and Colin over, who was helping him with the firewood.
“Kids!” you called to Malo, Talo and Beth, who had been playing at the other side of the spring.
They ran over excitedly, rolling on the ground and striking funny poses. You giggled and helped Link with the firewood, taking a few branches off the top. You knew if you offered to take too many, Link would kindly refuse.
The kids sat around the campfire Link had created, eating the treats you had bought from the Castle Town shops. You knew it probably wasn’t the best idea, getting the kids treats after dark, but you, Link and the kids had been planning a night for a while now. How could you not bring treats?
“Hey! Do you guys remember when Link saved all of Hyrule?” Talo exclaimed excitedly for around the 50th time since everything went back to normal.
Everyone laughed, including Link who came to
Summer Days (Link x Reader x Dark Link)More Like This
As another summer morning began, you quietly slept in your bedroom with your favorite comforter around your body. The sound of the ocean’s waves outside, along with a light breeze emitted by an open window, made you feel at peace. That was one luxury you absolutely loved about living at a mansion in California: the coast being your next door neighbor.
You barely experienced the noise level to be so low like it was now. Your family, consisting of your mother, father, and big brother, owned a large corporation and dealt with other companies from all around. Because of this, you would hear them every morning, either taking care of business or talking to one of the numerous maids or butlers in the mansion. It was almost impossible for the house to become completely silent.
Thankfully, you got the opportunity to stay home and have the whole place to yourself for one week while the rest of your family went to New York for a business trip. All of the servants were gone, meaning y
(Fierce Deity Link x reader) In LoveMore Like This
You sat in the castle, gazing out the window with not much interest. The sparkling water and the beautiful sunlight didn’t faze you, nor did the birds that tweeted happily on the branches. Your eyes skimmed over the grounds of Hyrule, and then you spotted a person you knew so well.
You saw your sister, Zelda, chatting away with the hero in the garden, smiling happily. You knew her well enough to recognize the sparkling of her eyes. Which meant that…She was in love.
You huffed. Such things happened every day. Zelda was loved. She loved the others. She was beautiful with her perfect hair and posture, her smile and her deep eyes.
You sighed as you drew the curtains to the window, wanting not to see that happen over and over again like a record.
…You, on the other hand, wasn’t loved. You were outshined by your sister’s beautiful face and kind, honeyed words. Everyone seemed to prefer her over you.
You always watched in the bac