O_Weaver

O_Weaver

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    1. Re: Formatting A Chapter: What is the Royal Road Standard?

      The way I always describe the line space vs indentation is that the purpose of indentations in traditional print is to distinguish the difference between one paragraph and the next. On paper, this works (...)


    2. Re: How to Write "Crazy"

      ...At the moment, in my rough draft of the first chapter of the fiction I plan to write, I have a character in a sort of void, a limbo, a private hell, etc. etc. In this void, the character is literal (...)


    3. Re: Handwriting in stories

      Just be careful about readability when using whatever font if you want to go that route. Sometimes a font that may look really pretty/realistic can be difficult for others to read, and that can slow down (...)


    4. Re: Optimum sexual content for fictions

      In my opinion, it really depends on the genre. If I pick up a story that's advertised itself as a litrpg, adventure, or fantasy story first and foremost with romance either being non-existent or not (...)


    5. Re: Would my story be acceptable for the litRPG tag?

      The proponents of the term state that in LitRPG, games or game-like challenges form an essential part of the story, and visible RPG statistics (for example strength, intelligence, damage) are a significant (...)


    6. Re: Need help with the intro

      Just a heads up, those two shades of blue text are hard to read on the "light" version of the website.


    7. Re: How is this follow and view count possible

      It could be for any number of reasons. Maybe they have a lot of the popular genres ticked, or maybe they have their story cross posted on multiple sites. Maybe they have a good cover for the story which (...)


    8. Re: Help picking ideas please

      I think the first idea could be very interesting. There are a lot of stories out there about a murder hobo waking up in a new world and just blowing shit up, but following a bard on an adventure would (...)


    9. Re: Is Truck-kun of Isekai fame an Autobot or a Decepticon? Discuss.

      Truck-kun been busy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1IvzZMSaIc


    10. Re: Huge plothole in book and I'm completely devastated.

      I know how this feels. I got pretty far into my current project recently and was writing an action-ish scene and then realized I did something dumb... I forgot to give the characters weapons in the (...)


    11. Re: What game inspires you to write the most?

      The Legend of Zelda series. From the original 2-d games to Breath of the Wild, the player goes on an adventure to kill the bad guy and often save the princess, but if you think about it, its actually a (...)


    12. Re: Why aren't people reading on?

      So, checking out your chapter, first thing I noticed is that your formatting needs changed. .. A lot of readers are turned off by large, blocky paragraphs, so just adding some spaces between (...)


    13. Re: How much depth do you put into your stories?

      yet Is this foreshadowing? :peoeyesparkle: :DrakanThink:


    14. Re: what is fanfiction?

      If you include any part of another original work that you did not create yourself, its fanfiction. Borrowing even just the "location" (especially if that location isn't a common place and is unique (...)


    15. Re: Why aren't people reading on?

      So, checking out your chapter, first thing I noticed is that your formatting needs changed. For novels published online, its best to have a space between each paragraph, because without someway to indicate (...)


    16. Re: How much depth do you put into your stories?

      I like to write in unassuming, unimportant looking "hints" in my current project (not listed on RR yet). There's no profound, deep meaning, but I think its fun to toss in a single line describing a mundane (...)


    17. Re: People Who Write Well are Jerks Who Make Life Harder for the Rest of Us.

      From how high must the story be dropped? And is chunky a bad thing? :peoconfused:


    18. Re: What do you do when you suddenly can't write?

      ...The problem isn't that you can't write. The problem is that you're judging yourself and holding yourself to an impossible standard. If you can't write something good, then give yourself permission (...)


    19. Re: what is fanfiction?

      If you include any part of another original work that you did not create yourself, its fanfiction. Borrowing even just the "location" (especially if that location isn't a common place and is unique to (...)


    20. Re: a little help is needed

      I think you really need to be careful about printing books written by other authors. I'm not sure some authors would be comfortable knowing their written work has already been copied down and turned into (...)