Barbara J Webb

Barbara J Webb

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    1. Re: Recommend me LGBT stories

      Two of my own works here are LGBT. Twisted Magic is fantasy romance with gay men. It's a fairly tightly-focused story, balanced between the romance and the plot, with a relatively small cast. Serpent's (...)


    2. Re: LF Any stories with Non-binary, gender fluid, or agender mc

      I don't know if this will fit what you're looking for, but my series, Serpent's Kiss, will have a number of trans, enby, and GNC viewpoint characters as the story unfolds. However, it is an epic space (...)


    3. Re: March Thread: Promote Your story

      Serpent's Kiss!  Duty to the clan is the first lesson every Serpent child learns. Yeijiro, born with no gifts and lacking the skills most valued by the Serpent, has turned his back on that duty, joining (...)


    4. Re: Offering (rambling) Reviews

      I would raise my hand for the April 5th slot, for Serpent's Kiss, but only if you're comfortable with the content. (Some graphic sex, lots of LGBTQ+). Oh, and I'd love the second kind of review.


    5. Re: What's a good way to avoid info dumps?

      An infodump is only an infodump if it's boring to the reader. What makes it boring? If you're giving information that the reader doesn't want to know, or answering questions they haven't had a chance to (...)


    6. Re: I’ll review your story, swap not required.

      I would love more reviews for Serpent's Kiss. (Well, for everything, really, but that's the priority.) Thank you so much for doing this!


    7. Re: Tana's Reviews 2: Revenge of Something, I Guess

      Thank you so much! Oh those pesky adverbs. They are a plague. 


    8. Re: The Extremely Comprehensive List of Yuri Web Novels

      Does a story have to be completely f/f to go on this list? My space opera, Serpent's Kiss, has a sprawling cast of multiple pairings (and the occasional threesome) and a number of the romantic combinations (...)


    9. Re: Male Mage Protags?

      If you're at all interested in romance-flavor (specifically BL), my Twisted Magic series is about wizards, many of whom are men, and several of which are short and cute. 


    10. Re: Science Fantasy Story List!

      My own Serpent's Kiss is space opera.


    11. Re: Romantic Fantasy & Fantasy Romance

      I have two fantasy/romance series going! The first is Twisted Magic. It's BL, and focused in on a small group of people trying to recover after a war, and struggling because the horrible magic that (...)


    12. Re: How could an NPC prove to a player they are sentient (in an mmo)

      This is a question that has been argued about by philosophers and computer AI folks for a while. Look up Turing Test, and then move on to the Chinese Room Argument.  The short answer is that there is (...)


    13. Re: Science Fantasy Story List

      I just started posting Serpent's Kiss, which will be an epic length Space Opera with heavy romance elements. (And an all LGBTQ+ cast.) If that's your thing, come check it out! https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/29788/serpents-kiss (...)


    14. Re: Tana's Reviews 2: Revenge of Something, I Guess

      I'll leave it up to you.  I would prefer if you didn't. Then Serpent's Kiss, please.


    15. Re: Tana's Reviews 2: Revenge of Something, I Guess

      Both Twisted Magic and Serpent's Kiss are long enough to pass your 10,000 words threshold at this time.  Thank you so much for doing this! Pick one to go in the newbie line, and I'll put the (...)


    16. Re: Tana's Reviews 2: Revenge of Something, I Guess

      Hi Tana, If you're still taking requests, I would love to get an actual review on one of my stories. Both Twisted Magic and Serpent's Kiss are long enough to pass your 10,000 words threshold at this (...)


    17. Re: Is there a way to see who is following your fiction?

      Thank you for asking and answering. I was wondering the same thing.


    18. Re: Best practice for a series of multiple "books"

      I think it depends on how closely tied together your stories are. If one book comes right after the other with similar themes and characters, you could get away with putting each book under one fiction. (...)


    19. Re: Best practice for a series of multiple "books"

      So as the title says, I'm writing a series. (Two series, actually, one four books long, one nine.) If I were releasing them as ebooks, I would obviously break them up into individual books to sell. But (...)