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  • Storyboooks » Storybooks
    Asgard

    "Soooo.....How do I do this?"

    ThatGeekyGirl
    ThatGeekyGirl - 7 minutes ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    bittersweet

    Hi! It's Ari and I'm here to review your work! :D First, let me tell you some qualities that I really loved in here: 1.I don't think you will find ...

    AriannaC
    AriannaC - 58 minutes ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Blood on the Tundra [DT]

    Awesome!

    XxXTheSwordsmanXxX
    XxXTheSwordsmanXxX - 2 hours ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Past tense vs. present tense?

    Two questions really; do you personally find a difference in reading past tense stories vs present tense? And how do you write present tense? (I've only ever written in past ...

    TheBlueCat
    TheBlueCat - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Contracted [DT]

    Awww. ;-; It was a fun SB! Thanks for being a great host and for coming up with all these cool ideas!

    Wolfical
    Wolfical - 3 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Black Cotton DT

    Oh! That sounds like it has more potential. I'll go with that instead.

    corvidconvalescence
    corvidconvalescence - 3 hours ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Sum Up Your Novel With A Famous Quote

    “I don’t know what I’m doing, but I’m doing it really, really well” Andy Dwyer, Parks and Recreation. (That sums up my writing in general)

    OniiChan
    OniiChan - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    untitled - chapter one

    Okay. Hello, I am hopefully gonna review this piece for you. First off: Let me easy it off with my favorite part- the praise. I love your writing style in ...

    ThatGeekyGirl
    ThatGeekyGirl - 5 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    PMD: Seventeen Plates DT 4

    yaaay then I wouldn't have to make my ultimatum Barring that I'll be in Boston around the end of June/the beginning of July, I should definitely be available, 'cause I'll ...

    TheSilverFox
    TheSilverFox - 6 hours ago

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    Light's Weekly Drawing Assignments

    Week 5 3-points perspective

    Lightsong
    Lightsong - 6 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybooks
    What Happens in New York, Stays in New York

    LUANNA I stand there, not letting a bitch rule me around. "Fine. If I don;t get any help, I'll just stay here." I prop up in a chair. "This isnt ...

    ThatGeekyGirl
    ThatGeekyGirl - 6 hours ago

  • Forums » Research
    Diversity in Novel

    Thanks for the feedback, @Lareine @Rosendorn @Kaylaa! I truly appreciate it and am going to reply to it. The way Estagrian society sees sexual preferences such as homosexuality is that ...

    Lightsong
    Lightsong - 7 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Tips
    Any thoughts on this situation?

    Ughhh... that's a tough one. If you info-dump then you risk it being boring and irrelevant. If you obscure then you risk it appearing boring and irrelevant. I would say ...

    Tenyo
    Tenyo - 7 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Aeyis [DT]

    Aaand posted at last! Sorry to keep y'all waiting.

    Tortwag
    Tortwag - 9 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Storybooks
    Aeyis

    Neil – Pawns & paws In the darkness of his closed room, Neil couldn’t help but sing along the mustached plumber clad in green as he walked his way through ...

    Tortwag
    Tortwag - 9 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, General
    Conics Unfortunately: 61

    "Family" dinner time.

    Ventomology
    Ventomology - 13 hours ago


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