Scenes from the Library (AGAIN)

30th Nov 2019, 8:53 PM in Interlude 2: The Highly Dangerous Path to Lord Orthridge's Castle
Scenes from the Library (AGAIN)
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colbyfromage 30th Nov 2019, 8:53 PM
colbyfromage
SO! (If anyone even notices anymore!) I started this puppy and then my account was lost because (insert long story) and I spent a year trying to get it back from Webtoon, and they couldn't/wouldn't/didn't, so then I lost steam.

NOW... I've redone it with a new account and here it is: https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/scenes-from-the-library-real/list?title_no=362517

And chapter three is almost done. I hope to work more on it somewhat regularly. (I'm in school and work quite a bit to pay for school so not a ton of spare time!) Thanks for checking in, those of you who have <3

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dpat57 1st Dec 2019, 1:58 AM
dpat57
And once again, good to see your avatar on the front page. This Webtoon fellow sounds like trouble.
Lydia 11th Dec 2019, 2:48 PM
Wahooo - welcome back!
Swirly 28th Jun 2020, 2:11 PM
Hey, just wanted to pop in to say hi and ask how life’s treating you. I hope things are going alright for you during this crazy time!
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Bergkante 23rd Nov 2020, 6:18 AM
Just finished reading Lint for the second time,. I'd been waiting for Lintier to get a bit further before binging it, and to my surprise I liked it a lot more than Lint. The characters feel more real, and I've been loving the balance of Fang as somewhere between improving and irredeemable. I just wanted you to know that even if you never continue Lintier, people are still reading and getting hours of enjoyment from your work. Great job.
Guest 23rd Nov 2020, 6:20 AM
Well apparently if your comment doesn't got through when you post it, just wait. Don't hit the send button over and over like a maniac. Learn from my mistakes.