Well hello ladies and gentlemen! I doubt this will reach the eyes of anyone (so I'm probably crazy and talking to myself), but... well hell, I figured I should say something.
Now, my interest in Creepypasta has nearly diminished recently, and the only CP writer I'm actively reading from is ShackleSoul of deviantart.com... Where I've taken up residence. A. It gets a lot more feedback and is generally a much more... accepting? Something like that... community. Granted, you get a lot of shit pastas, but... I like it there. A lot more user-friendly.
Now, as I said, my interest in CP has diminished severely. Nowadays I spend my time on the SCP site because... So many more possibilities. Here, it's always some psycho and everyone has a mental illn…
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Hey guys, Hornet (The Meta) here. I've discovered I don't have the same passion I had a few months ago. I tried writing a new story last night, and... I couldn't. I had it all planned, I know the story by heart, but... I can't do it. I'm out of inspiration for the time being. So, I plan on getting to edit 666 (for obvious reasons) and either quitting or taking a break from writing. I'm throwing myself into the blender to find new ideas and it isn't healthy. Cheers folks. Didn't even squeeze 10 stories out of me. *Sigh* If I come up with a moment of inspiration, I'll be back.Read more >
Now, everyone has heard of Jeff the Killer. This alone could sadden me, as I hope it does for all of you. However, it would be easier to accept the fact that the face of Creepypasta has slandered if I knew who it was that did it. It is (on the original Creepypasta website) to a certain sesseur. If you Google this name, a name of a user appears on DeviantArt. That name is Jeff. While this page is extremely vulgar, it is also one of the most viewed Deviants I have seen (about 20,000 views). He has a total of 55 deviations (works of art submitted). Most of these are, once again, vulgar, if only given a curosry glance (I Googled this with my baby sister in the room, I preferred to avoid any interesting conversations). So, who is sesseur? I wou…Read more >
A friend recently told me that my story "Hastur" resembled the series of newspaper articles by CS Lewis dubbed "The Screwtape Letters". After browsing and flipping through a few of these, I think that they should be allowed under the Devil/Demons category on the Pasta. They were orignally written in 1941 (over 70 years ago), so no copyright issue should arise. With permission, I'd like to add them or, at least, have someone else add them to the wiki.
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I've decided to make this a bit of a blog: Who here has heard of Clark Ashton Smith? He's an author of many short stories from 60+ years ago. I've decided that I'd like to see his horror based stories on this Wiki, only including the ones from 70+ years ago. This is because of, of course, the copyright policies. Below is a list of several of his stories published prior to 1945 (70 years ago). These are all based in a fictional counterpart to France called "Averoigne".
Smith based the following stories in the Averoigne setting:
- "The End of the Story", by Clark Ashton Smith (Weird Tales, Popular Fiction Publishing Co., May 1930)
- "A Rendezvous in Averoigne", by Clark Ashton Smith (Weird Tales, Popular Fiction Publishing Co., April/May 1931)