Telemetry

Telemetry

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    1. Re: How long do your fight scenes last?

      653 words. No longer. No shorter.


    2. Re: Anyone have an actor/celebrity who follows them around in all their projects?

      Cleared up some of the confusion in the original. "For example, I loosely base one of my mains off her looks then give that character behavior tailored to roles she's already played." Some call (...)


    3. Anyone have an actor/celebrity who follows them around in all their projects?

      If I could get personal with a site full of strangers for just a minute. I have this one actor who finds herself in all my stories. (Edit: Having some confusing here. For example, I always loosely base (...)


    4. Re: World Debut: Messy Bun, literature's first rap narrative. (Prologue to Telemetry.)

      That was pretty cool! Listened to it while reading along. A neat way to present your narrative! Thank you so much. It's really weird doing stuff like that, but I'm trying to make it fun. Really appreciate (...)


    5. World Debut: Messy Bun, literature's first rap narrative. (Prologue to Telemetry.)

      Hello, My name is Spenser Edmund. I'm a sci-fi novelist, a hip-hop hobbyist, and a dad of two young boys. I finally got around to launching the vlog for my web-series, and I did it with a performance. (...)


    6. Opinion of Concept: The Vlog or Live-Streaming Narrative

      This might seem a bit silly, but I was tinkering with the voice I’m writing in currently, and I thought of a variation. Wanted to get your opinion. Also, if someone knows a story doing it, please let me (...)


    7. Re: What is a character you have created in the past that makes you cringe now?

      I don't shame myself. It's all part of the process. Takes a lot of bad writing to get to the good stuff. Keep grinding, y'all!


    8. Re: I finally managed to write in the voice I’ve always wanted

      I had to google it and still had no idea what it was, but it sounds like you're doing well in something exceptional. Congrats. :DrakanWine: Thank you! Yeah, you won't find it on google. I'm sorry, (...)


    9. I finally managed to write in the voice I’ve always wanted

      Hello, Since I started writing, I’ve had my sights set on one specific style of voice: rap in prose. Essentially it’s rhyme-heavy narrative in meter. It's why I started, really. The piece took six days; (...)


    10. Re: Finished our First Round of Beta-Readers!

      Beta reading of just the first chapter or the whole story...? Tbh. I'm confused since none of the stories have more than one chapter  Yeah, just the first act of the first arc. (Kelvianna) Or arc (...)


    11. Re: Finished our First Round of Beta-Readers!

      That's the bell. We're wobbly, but we're still standing. Always tough to hear feedback. We managed to listen and edit accordingly, though. We're underwriters, so there were some additions. A special thanks (...)


    12. Re: If your story were a meal?

      Our main dish would be sci-fi, with fantasy and steampunk as appetizers. Sides would include action and romance. Sprinkle a little rap and poetry to spice it up, then lastly, wash it all down with some (...)



    13. Re: Where do you like writing most, in-story?

      Put a character on a cliff, and I don’t care if they’re climbing it or standing at the top about to jump, I’m good. How about you? What scene settings are your favorites? Inside? Outside? Jungles? (Probably (...)


    14. Re: Attractive Aliens, stuck on an ear

      You could totally go ham with crazy environmental adaptations.  Absolutely. If you can, design the environment first. Much easier.


    15. Re: Attractive Aliens, stuck on an ear

      So I’m stumbling through the beginning of our fourth arc here and am realizing this is my first encounter writing an alien race. Cue the X-files. Now, all our main species are more or less human (“Disratite” (...)


    16. Re: The impact of animation

      I clicked thinking this was about the impact of animation on your style. Had a totally different answer lined up. Oh well. Another place for our signature. Boom. Beautiful. Took a lot of tweaking to get (...)


    17. Re: Your thoughts on hiring book editors?

      Couldn't/can't afford it. Did my best to learn editing. Decent now.


    18. Re: Do Authors post more during summer?

      Not for me. Family's outside more in the summer. The winter months are easier to bunker in and hunker down.