Re: Thedude3445's Weekly TheReviews3445 Thread (No Swaps, Don't Stop)

#62
Thank you, Dude. You gave me a lot to ponder going forward.

I need to address something that's been a misunderstanding with a few others as well.
The novel, the first of a planned five, itself is about a prison escape.
It isn't something that was ever intended to be solved in the first ten or so chapters. I'm not sure if I wrote something in the forums that caused a misunderstanding. Perhaps in one of my early descriptions of my plans for it, I talked about the series as a whole as one book where I indicated things would be occurring in the Greater Quadra.
The other possibility, because its origins began as a Dishonored fanfic an assumption built-up that the story would follow a similar plot. Early escape followed by missions of vengeance to right an injustice to follow suit. This varies from that to a good extent. 
Hope no one is greatly disappointed, but escaping prison is a really, really hard, brutal, and messy, ruthless business. Expect principles to be compromised.
Having said that, I know a guy who once walked away from a county jail while he was on a smoke break. Saw the opportunity where no one was manning a van entrance and he took it. 
I would see this guy at the live show/bar and grill I use to cook at most every night. He practically lived there. I finally got him to open up to me about his escapade. 
A few days later, he up and disappeared; I never saw him again until months later when he was on the News caught again.
It, of course, never crossed my mind to report him. That business was between him and po-po.

Re: Thedude3445's Weekly TheReviews3445 Thread (No Swaps, Don't Stop)

#63

Olviddha Wrote: Thank you, Dude. You gave me a lot to ponder going forward.

I need to address something that's been a misunderstanding with a few others as well.
The novel, the first of a planned five, itself is about a prison escape.
It isn't something that was ever intended to be solved in the first ten or so chapters. I'm not sure if I wrote something in the forums that caused a misunderstanding. Perhaps in one of my early descriptions of my plans for it, I talked about the series as a whole as one book where I indicated things would be occurring in the Greater Quadra.
The other possibility, because its origins began as a Dishonored fanfic an assumption built-up that the story would follow a similar plot. Early escape followed by missions of vengeance to right an injustice to follow suit. This varies from that to a good extent. 
Hope no one is greatly disappointed, but escaping prison is a really, really hard, brutal, and messy, ruthless business. Expect principles to be compromised.
Having said that, I know a guy who once walked away from a county jail while he was on a smoke break. Saw the opportunity where no one was manning a van entrance and he took it. 
I would see this guy at the live show/bar and grill I use to cook at most every night. He practically lived there. I finally got him to open up to me about his escapade. 
A few days later, he up and disappeared; I never saw him again until months later when he was on the News caught again.
It, of course, never crossed my mind to report him. That business was between him and po-po.



omg the end of that last post. That's something that would make a great experimental short story lol

Re: Thedude3445's Weekly TheReviews3445 Thread (No Swaps, Don't Stop)

#66
Cheers thanks for being a great member of the community! 

Fiber Optics

My story is pretty new here, and it's my first foray into writing first person, which I find tremendously easy to write in. Warning, My prose is weird,  because of my way of writing, I use TSS (Text To Speech) programs to edit my work. 

https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/32274/little-giant

It's a litrpg series, but I tend to care more for the story and character development than the litrpg element with comedy tagged.

Thank you for reading.

Sincerely Syaxe.

Re: Thedude3445's Weekly TheReviews3445 Thread (No Swaps, Don't Stop)

#67

Syaxe Wrote: Cheers thanks for being a great member of the community! 

Fiber Optics

My story is pretty new here, and it's my first foray into writing first person, which I find tremendously easy to write in. Warning, My prose is weird,  because of my way of writing, I use TSS (Text To Speech) programs to edit my work. 

https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/32274/little-giant

It's a litrpg series, but I tend to care more for the story and character development than the litrpg element with comedy tagged.

Thank you for reading.

Sincerely Syaxe.



Nice! I hope you have patience though, because it looks like your review will be up in... late October? Gosh I have so many reviews  peolaughing