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Lapis-Lazuli and Stitch


Profile of Retired Writer, Lapis-Lazuli, and his editor, Stitch / Inky. Thanks for the memories, FiMFiction.

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    A Parting Glass

    It is never easy to confront when you've changed.

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  • 20 weeks
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  • 22 weeks
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  • 115 weeks
    Looking Back

    Been a long time, hasn't it?

    I know a lot of you have probably moved on, but I figured I at least owed it to the longtime followers - and continued readers - to finally check in.

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  • 248 weeks
    Another year passed.

    So if you're wondering where I've been, here's the short version.

    Living outside of a home of your own kinda sucks, and my new job is incredibly time and energy demanding.

    The long version takes a bit more.

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Feb
18th
2016

Anime Project · 10:45pm Feb 18th, 2016

Ayo all. Stich here... again.

So! This may or may not be common knowledge, particularly to our newer followers, but way back in the day, Lapis and I had separate accounts. We came together out my love for his Code series and my offer to editorially clean and polish them. From there, we entered a great partnership that eventually culminated in us truly joining forces.

The point is that back then, I was less of a story writer and more an editor and critic. And at heart, I still am those things. And to embrace that side once again, I've started up an anime critical analysis blog over on Tumblr.

If you guys were to check it out, like, reblog, and so forth, it'd mean the world to me.

Cheers!
Stitch

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