Ariana Vivoni

Ariana Vivoni

    1. Re: [DISC] Should I stop writing my webnovel?

      Just keep writing and improving. It's been only a week! Wait for a couple of months (after you have promoted your work in the forums and made a couple of review swaps) and then start panicking. Or even (...)

    2. Re: Sunday Snippet 24/10 | UNLUCKY..(?) WEEK 13 🍀☠

      On the 13th week, we are discussing the power of prophecies. “Normally, the Star-gazers don’t actively involve themselves with the fate of the world. They just share their knowledge but it is up to (...)

    3. Re: Are chapter titles needed?

      It's recommended but not obligatory. It is more enticing for the reader when they see "Chapter 66: The Dragon's battle song" or something like that instead of simply "Chapter 66".

    4. Re: Rising Star in Mystery!!!

      Congrats! :DrakanWine:  May this be the first of many success! 

    5. Re: Your character's most quotable line

      My favorite one is from Athos (The Three Musketeers" by Dumas): "In general, people only ask for advice," he said "that they may not follow it or if they should follow it that they may have somebody (...)

    6. Re: Hi, I'm new here.

      Welcome to the family! What type of assistance do you require? The more specific you are, the easier it will be to assist.

    7. Re: Give me some tips!

      Imagine readers with torches and pitchforks waiting for the next chapter release. As strange as it sounds, it works for me. (Angry and disgruntled readers are scary!)

    8. Re: Writers: What do you consider the basic fundamentals of writing? What would be the advanced fundamentals?

      The most basic thing about writing? Being able to tell a story. And this applies to any type of writing - fictional, non-fictional, scientific, technical, your application letter. If you don't have a story (...)

    9. Re: What's the highest ranking you've ever received, and how does the Ranking system work?

      An anonymous rating rises your work up the ranks but if you have a simple review you jump tens of ranks. If you get an extended review, it skyrockets you up the charts. But this is a very simplified explanation. (...)

    10. Re: Which writing method do you see yourself using?

      I like my old trusty shotgun... although it is more of a flint-rifle...

    11. Re: I'm insecure about my blurb

      Sorry to say this, but the blurb gives me no information about the story whatsoever. What I get from it is, unfortunately, pure chaos. The way it is now, I wouldn't attempt reading it. As Quentin said, (...)

    12. Re: Favorite Tropes

      I like the idea of the wise mentor. It does not need to be an old beardy guy, all they have to do is to be cool, sarcastic, and guide the MC (with an iron fist if needed). I also like the "misunderstood (...)

    13. Re: Looking for recommendations

      Well, if you have nothing against a slow-burning romance,  I would shamelessly self-promote. The story DOES NOT contain: - harem - OP MC - game-lit elements - isekai - classical fantasy races (...)

    14. Re: So about Synopsis.

      A synopsis usually tells who did what where and when in an intriguing way and without giving much spoilers. Just a bit of crumbs to draw the reader's attention but not reveal the big twist.

    15. Re: 🎵 sell your story, but make it rhyme 🎵

      Of snow and magic distant lands where Evil stirs its head; a Beast would hold the healer's hands to forge a path instead. A prophet told of future dark, of death, betrail, and war, but swallow-wings (...)

    16. Re: Which cover would you be more inclined to click on?

      The first. I am a sucker for colors and the second one is just gray-gloom and depression.

    17. Re: Got my first o.5 star rating!

      Cheers, brother! You've entered a new stage in your writing life - you are no longer an uninitiated novice  :DrakanWine:

    18. Re: Sunday Snippet Sharing 17/10 | TWELFTH WEEK

      It's that time of the week again. Here is a snippet from the chapter coming out on Monday. A bit of background.  The FL (Lorelei) learned that the ML (Noah) is engaged and supposed to have a political (...)

    19. Re: What happen to monsters being terrifying in fantasy?

      Find the terror in the little things! Indeed. For example, the book that scared me senseless at night was The Screaming Staircase: Lockwood & Co., Book 1. It is for readers age 11+ and I read it as (...)

    20. Re: What is a less severe equivalent of a frown?

      gave the People's Eyebrow This Is not The Rock, it is a gold mine! :peolaughing: