Story by: QuinRose Art by: Job MSRP: $13.99 Release date: August 5, 2014
SWEET DREAMS IN THE SEASON OF LIES
It’s April season in the Country of Joker. Wonderland is split into domains of summer, fall, winter, and spring. Faces from the past have returned. And Nightmare, Alice’s employer, is much more than he seems. Frail, sickly, and more than a little ridiculous when dragged out into the waking world, Nightmare still possesses surprising secrets and hidden talents. But Alice will find that being Nightmare’s champion is harder than it looks…especially when it means dealing with the ringmaster of April Season, Joker himself.
Explore the mysteries of April season, where everything is upside-down, in the first volume of The Nightmare Trilogy: Dream Before Dawn!
GUYS THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST OF THE ALICE SERIES MANGA I KID YOU NOT
It’s creative, it’s incredibly well written, the art has this wonderfully fluid feel, and I promise you it’s just plain great.
Someone doesn’t appreciate you [GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK]
Someone needs to take some time away and can’t be tempted by your blog
They don’t like something you love (yes, it’s okay, man! This is why we create the dash we want)
They feel more comfortable keeping a slow dash and stalking others
Tumblr is a dick sometimes
Not reasons you lost a follower:
Stop worrying. I am not kidding, dudes, stop worrying, stop commenting, know that we all create the dash we want, know that we don’t delete a blog with the hope of having someone feel sad that they are down a follower. Know that it’s better to post what makes YOU happy than what makes others happy.
That insanely popular blog you love too? It loses followers every day.
That underrated oc? It does too. But the people who stay are the ones who matter the most to that one person.
If you value the loss of people who don’t stay over the loyalty of the people who do, you’re missing the point.
I get it. It hurts. But take a step back. Remember why you are here. Think about the people who love you. They are going nowhere.
I wish some people would actually have the guts to not send anonymous critique so that I could reply to them directly. I guess that’s too difficult for some individuals, though. To the person who send me a review on fanfiction.net (my penname is little-kitty-momo over…
Thank you for you kind words, I do owe you a lot after all these years : )
I have my reasons for leaving my old stuff on there. I know that some people prefer to delete their old stuff but for me this is also a reminder of who I was and who I am now. It’s showing an educational process and I am not ashamed of it. I wish I could have explained that to that person. I would love to talk about it and discuss it, too.
Now that I think about it, I might have to write a short notice in my old work to avoid any further misunderstandings.
Please don’t feel in any way responsible for this. You helped me a lot along the way and it’s definitely not your fault that a random anonymous person decided not to listen to my side of the story.
But thank you for listening to me : ) I wrote this on the spur of the moment. Now that I think about it I probably should have calmly ignored it.
(ah, what’s with tumblr not showing your part of the post? i still fail at reblogging correctly ^^;)
I wish some people would actually have the guts to not send anonymous critique so that I could reply to them directly. I guess that’s too difficult for some individuals, though. To the person who send me a review on fanfiction.net (my penname is little-kitty-momo over there): I wish I could reply to you and explain why I wrote the fanfiction the way I did and why I haven’t deleted it after all this time. But since you don’t give me a chance to reply to you… well that’s too bad then. I just wish that we could talk. What’s the point of saying something then?