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Posted: 10/31/2010 6:09 PM PST
a few different monster ideas. I tend to veer more toward the fantasy past. or other worlds. in these two different situations would they tie together in anyway? They'd kind of have to, wouldn't they? If they didn't the reader might get a bit peeved, I would think. Sorry I never responded, school and all. Life keeps one busy.
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Posted: 10/31/2010 6:09 PM PST
a few different monster ideas. I tend to veer more toward the fantasy past. or other worlds. in these two different situations would they tie together in anyway? They'd kind of have to, wouldn't they? If they didn't the reader might get a bit peeved, I would think. Sorry I never responded, school and all. Life keeps one busy.
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Posted: 7/18/2010 2:45 AM PDT
hmm... Fantasy is the genre I work with best. I have started on some planning on a zombie-apocalypse story. I was thinking: two main characters in very different situations..? My main problem with writing is being indecisive on storylines and plot twists. Have you got any project you're working at the moment?
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Posted: 7/17/2010 7:34 PM PDT
Maybe. what sort of story? would this be two apparently different (but interesting) plots that suddenly start weaving together or...what? more information for a better response?
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Posted: 7/15/2010 6:37 AM PDT
Is anyone interested in writing a double story? I mean a sort of double plot line, I do one character you do another, I'd do it on my own but I can't write in third person and switching between characters can get very confusing for a reader. Besides I'd like to work with someone else on a project or two, it would make it more interesting...
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