But really it is. My post: a little less than accidental. This is my fourteenth day as a member of this forum, and I have to say that it's been great. I like it here, and the people, and the diversity. It's nice to be among my peers. I'm 25 and have been writing for the past decade, incidental stuff. I have been involved in free-form RPG forums in the distant past. Places where writers are supposed to really let their creative juices flow in familiar fan-based settings. That did not always turn out to be the case. Be it disappearing members or tyrannical moderators (which I easily could have been guilty of both) none really lasted, but all these sites made me expand my own writing potential and do a lot of contemporary reading. Those old days of science fiction and fantasy are mostly behind me. As I've matured in my writing style, I've determined that modern fiction is where I belong. I enjoy writing about people of the here and now with problems here and now. I say it like that because these are the same problems that people have had throughout every history and genre. I once had a professor that told me that there were only 200 actual plots in existence. I believe him. These certain baselines are for every story, but the way we tell these stories is what sets them and us apart. I have some honest work that I would like to put before this forum of insightful individuals. I am glad that I have the opportunity. P.S. I really did only notice this page like two days ago. Why is the Introduction page at the bottom of the site?