NaNoWriMo 2010 Ch.4If Rune were being honest with himself, he'd have genuinely enjoyed Quinn's company. As far as people went, Quinn wasn't a bad person. In fact, Rune found him to be quite amiable, even if he stopped to consider some of his blonde flatmate's quirks. Quinn wasn't exactly as quiet as a mouse, but he respected Rune's space and privacy, he wasn't particularly nosy and generally kept to himself when Rune was making it obvious that he wanted to be left alone. However, there was only so long that one is able to keep up a barrier of formality before it starts to waver. A clear sign that Rune was getting much more used to Quinn's presence than he'd eve
NaNoWriMo 2010 Ch.3It had been almost a month since Quinn had moved in, and although he had settled in rather well, things still weren't exactly smooth between the two. Sure, they said hello and had conversations, but it still felt like the awkward sort of trivial conversation you make with someone just to be polite. Quinn had observed that Rune was very much a solitary person, and often wondered why on Earth the Elf (although, technically Quinn should not have known that) had wanted a flat mate in the first place. He wasn't exactly highly sociable, and didn't go to any extreme lengths to come across as friendly. In fact, had Quinn been any different in his own
NaNoWriMo 2010 Ch.2As Rune had expected, he had not bumped into Quinn since the afternoon in the park around a week or so ago. They'd spoken on the phone, finalising a few things before Quinn moved in, but aside from that they hadn't had much contact. He was currently moving his musical instruments, books and other miscellaneous items that were stashed in the second bedroom of his apartment to new cupboards, shelves or anywhere else the items might fit. Straightening after he'd set down a rather heavy box filled with old sheet music, Rune looked towards the clock. Today was the day that Quinn was supposed to be hauling all of his belongings to his new address.
NaNoWriMo 2010 Ch. 1Rune Kingswood looked around his too-big-for-one-person apartment and sighed. He had been looking for a flatmate for at least a month and not one single person who had applied (all five of them) had seemed at all promising. Rune thought of himself as someone rather easy to get along with, albeit he may come across as a little cold, but some of the people whom had inspected the apartment just never bothered to call him back. Of course, Rune wasn't free from that guilt either, but there were a couple who were far beyond from being able to co-exist in the same room as he. Perhaps he should advertise that he's willing to pay a little extra for th