The Author

***BIO UPDATED 2 JUNE 2019***


Name: Sam Winterwolf
Age: Young Adult

.sims3pack :: .sim
(She looks awful in EA hair, so try this one or this one!)

With CC
(CC version will be back eventually, maybe)





Samantha Somethingorother, whom you have to blame for this website and these abominable Sims, is a strange duck who usually goes by Sam because eight letters are just too many. She is twenty-six years old and has not done much with her life besides winning some high school writing contests, co-captaining a pretty successful quidditch team, growing and tanking an Etsy store in three years, and constantly telling everyone: “it’s okay, I’m going to be a billionaire author someday.” Like whoa, overachiever much?

As we speak, she is typing some dumb paragraphs on a computer that she spent all of her savings and much of her time to build. It has now been seven(!) years since she wrote this, and both paragraphs and computer have been gutted at least once. She is also typing on a laptop, as she had to leave the Precious behind on an intercontinental move in early 2019. As an ESL teacher, she can now finally say that her degree in English and French was not a TOTAL waste of time.

Fact: Sam owes her soul to an overgrown kitten named Dewey. Dewey passed away from FLV in late 2018, but she swears he’s still responsible for everything that falls off her desk.

Sam first encountered The Sims sixteen years ago when her older sister got the game as a Christmas present. Sam asked if she could play; her sister said no. Now, Sam is a full-blown addict who has failed the legacy challenge eight times, retired from a short career in CC-making, and even invented a sadistic game show called Sim Salad!

When Sam is not Simming, she enjoys hanging out with friends and taking long walks on the beach. Just kidding! She watches Korean dramas, dances alone in her apartment, washes her hands too many times, and takes a shameful number of selfies like this one:


Sam currently resides in Seoul, South Korea, where she deftly navigates the language barrier (false) and inspires a generation of youths by overusing cat GIFs in her Powerpoints (actually somewhat true).


If you just can’t get enough of this exceptional individual, you can also find her at these sites:

  1. Beautiful simself! Where did you get her…your hair? hehe 😀


  2. Hi, er, again. I’ve been wanting to do my own legacy, but I haven’t used WordPress before, so I don’t know how to post my chapters and have readers be able to find the chapters under the options in the menu. Could you please run me through how you post your story? That would be much appreciated 😛


    • Of course, I’d love to help! 🙂 WordPress is a tricky business so I doubt I can explain it all in one go, but here’s some stuff to start…

      Do you want your “posts” page to be separate from your homepage? If so, you’ll want to create a second page (mine is “The Story”). Then go to “Settings” –> “Reading” on your dashboard, and click “Front page displays: a static page.” Then you can pick which page will show your blog posts, and which will be the homepage. My homepage is just a simple intro because it keeps things more organized. Otherwise, all the posts would pop up on there and it would take much longer to load. 😛

      As for writing, I use Windows Live Writer. You can hook it up to your WordPress account and it makes formatting ridiculously easy. I load all my screenshots in after I resize them, and then I add text as I go. Alternatively, you can upload your pictures and write the posts in WordPress itself, but I’ve found that a bit more frustrating.

      Another important thing is my “Index” post, which is just a blog post I created at the beginning so I could keep an organized list of chapters. I made it “sticky” so it never moves from the top of the archives, and now I just update it with links when I post new chapters.

      Hope that helps, and feel free to ask if there’s anything else you want to know! 🙂


      • Oh, thank you so much! I’ll try it out and see how it goes. Have a nice day 😛

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      • Hello, I do actually have another question! I set my “Home” page to be my “homepage” and my “Contents” page as my “posts page”.

        Then I created a post called “Contents” (so like your Index) to use to organise my chapters. I made it sticky, and the website was all, view your post!

        So I did and it looked how I wanted it to (with “Generation One” in caps and underneath it was “1.1 – Coming Soon!”).

        But then I clicked the Contents PAGE and it showed my Contents post (I hope this isn’t getting confusing :P) and suddenly the words were all just on the same line, and it only goes back to how I want it when you go into the post. Do you know how to fix this? Here’s the link to my webpage


      • Oh gosh, I don’t know if I’m savvy enough for this one! I see your problem… There’s one setting you could try to tweak — under “Reading,” set “For each article in a feed, show: Full text.” It seems like WordPress is trying to pull an excerpt out of your post for the feed, and it’s losing the formatting because of that. Getting it to display the whole post instead *should* fix that. And when you start writing longer posts, you can always use the tag to choose how much of it actually shows in the feed. 🙂

        Not sure if this will actually work (it’s probably something to do with your theme) but let me know!

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  3. Thank you for all your help! (It was the theme :-P) Looking forward to generation five!

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