Thedude3445

Thedude3445

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    1. Re: Amazon's Web Publishing Model

      I don't usually post on the forums anymore, but this Vella thing should absolutely be major cause for action on Royal Road. This is the kind of development that could really devastate the growth this site (...)


    2. Re: Read All Vines

      I'm really glad the vines are spreading so much. Especially when my story Cultivine now has audiobook versions of each chapter done by the excellent kgy121. It really gives it that viney flair the story (...)


    3. Re: Read All Vines

      Click here for more vines Even MORE vines? Well that's just crazy. Everyone must read this one too, it seems


    4. Re: Read All Vines

      https://i.imgur.com/wgcZA3A.jpg Cultivine I made it. Other vines: Chaos Vines Online VINAL FANTASY Vines: A Short Story The Vines of Bramblekeep


    5. Re: March Thread - Promote your Story

      ALL IS VINES. VINES ARE ALL. READ CULTIVINE. https://i.imgur.com/wgcZA3A.jpg


    6. Re: Good self aware satire

      You should read Experimental Wuxia Novel. Updates are sporadic, but it's very funny.


    7. Re: February Thread - Promote your Story

      https://i.imgur.com/dWHjmRG.png Hands Held in the Snow is the story of two queer kids in love. Aspiring priest Beatrice dreams of saving the world. Delinquent debutante Emi dreads her looming engagement (...)


    8. Re: Recommend me some Romance!

      I've swooned over Aria of the Fallen a couple times, admittedly. Also, Beginning After the End is available on Tapas. Make sure to only use that site because others are piracy of a fellow web fiction (...)


    9. Re: Fantasy, Worldbuilding, Slice Of Life

      You're probably not going to read this but I will actually recommend you read Hands Held in the Snow, a slice-of-life fantasy romance novel that keeps its trauma to a minimum and focuses VERY MUCH on worldbuilding, (...)


    10. Re: Looking for YA fantasy recs

      I got you some YA Fantasy: Blessed Time (gets very dark but also it's one of the most YA books on the whole site) Synth  Courting of Life and Death And I also have stories on Tapas to recommend: (...)


    11. Re: Meet the Beautiful Ladies of ISB

      Eric Lee is the best of these ladies.


    12. Re: Representation isn't as important as people think

      Wow OP, that's a whole lot of words for, "i want to be a racist without people calling me a racist.' I don't think the OP was necessarily endorsing an opinion, but rather trying to start a debate (...)


    13. Re: Is it better to leave no review or a bad review?

      I rarely leave reviews below 3.5 stars and almost never below 3 stars; if I am writing something that would be extremely negative on here, either the story is so popular that my review doesn't "matter," (...)


    14. Re: World hopping\ QT stories

      Not a book, but the TV show Sliders is great late 90s cheese.


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

      who sadly dropped their stories before I reached them Didn't drop it :-) just for the moment couldn't keep it on RR and WP. Will be continued etc. etc. Oh sorry, I wasn't referring to (...)


    16. Re: SpaceBattles Fiction Worth Reading?

      In my opinion, no amount of good stories is worth trudging through a literal forum to read them. The stories should be hosted on a real website, not a message board, and I'm confused why so many authors (...)


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

      My review for Magical Robot?! was posted.  Aaaw, you didn't need to. I know you're backed up and time is tight for you.  Still, thank you very much ^__^ Well I didn't want to disappoint the (...)


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

      My review for Magical Robot?! was posted. 


    19. Re: Length of a fiction, and an author’s stupidity.

      When I was a kid I used to do this a lot, building up my worlds and hypothetical franchises to be these massive sprawling projects that I could absolutely never have done on my own. I'd like to say I'm (...)


    20. Re: How thick is your author skin?

      I've gotten a lot thicker skin over the years but it's still not as thick as I'd like; I tend to fret over responding to negative comments a lot more than I'd like. I also have yet to receive a single (...)