Madin

Madin

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    1. Re: Prologues: Skip or not to skip?

      When writing? Skip. When reading? Also skip. I prefer to discover the backstory through the story itself.


    2. Re: What are you struggling with in your writing right now?

      Pretty much title, what are you stuck on at the moment? What's giving you way more trouble than it should or is turning out to just generally be a real pain? For me, it's trying to finish the chapter (...)


    3. Re: What is the purpose of the User title under the profile section?

      I don't know. The only place I've find it mentioned is in my fiction page (this is not spam, lol).


    4. Re: Looking for help with my writing style

      Maybe, but... where's the fiction?


    5. Re: Who has the most evil antagonist? (Battle of Your Villains)

      My first antagonist killed an entire army of soldiers to escape from the dungeon he was imprisoned in. They couldn't even defend themselves against him. He also brutally beat a child who tried to defend (...)


    6. Re: I'm willing to edit anyone's story description.

      I'll try again! Please help me with my description! https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/41683/the-ashen-blade


    7. Re: Language in fiction

      Writing in slang and informal language is pretty different from... whatever that is. As long as it's well written it's ok.


    8. Re: Basically I'm new here.

      All these questions can be answered by going to FAQ and reading the rules. Also, the most popular genre here is LitRPG, but there's a public for almost any other genre. Welcome to RR and may you find what (...)


    9. Re: Share your writing process!

      ▪Listen to some good music to feel inspired  ▪Brainstorming  ▪Writing down the storylines and important things to keep in mind ▪Actually WRITING the story  ▪Edit the story after writing it or while (...)



    10. Re: Should I give up writing?

      Truly a shame. I believe writing is far more superior in any aspect of storytelling than manga or comics (and I love manga!), but hey, I'm not the one to say what you can or can't like. Just stick to what (...)


    11. Re: Just in the most important moment, I lost all inspiration

      I can't remember who it was, but some author said that once he comes back to go over his work, he isn't able to tell which parts he wrote while feeling inspired and which were solely written because (...)


    12. Re: Changing the POV

      If all your MCs are equally important, then 3rd POV is the right decision. That is what I am thinking but was getting stuck in my own head wondering what direction I should go. One thing, should (...)


    13. Re: Just in the most important moment, I lost all inspiration

      Thank you all for your help, but I give up. P.D: I love how you express yourself, Eric.


    14. Re: Changing the POV

      If all your MCs are equally important, then 3rd POV is the right decision.


    15. Re: Newbie with a stupid question 😅

      you should see it somewhere inside the submissions tab the mods are just experimenting in their science lab~ :DrakanGlasses: I just found it 🤦🏻‍♀️ Apparently I’m an idiot, thank you.  Don't (...)


    16. Re: Just in the most important moment, I lost all inspiration

      it could be a moment or a lifetime long event however, time spent stressed about it's never time well spent take a break to write another story, that is fair if your old flame reignites, it's always (...)


    17. Re: Just in the most important moment, I lost all inspiration

      Is the story complete? Perhaps you're just trying to add more words when it doesn't need it. You mean the chapter? It definitely needs it. I usually write 2000-4000 words for each chapter, so there's (...)


    18. Re: Just in the most important moment, I lost all inspiration

      I have exactly 862 words written of the next chapter of my fiction, which will close the introductory arc and give the novel a before and after. The chapter should have been out on Sunday, but I am unable (...)


    19. Re: Do you ever conform your story to your reader's taste?

      I have not received that kind of comments yet, but they are not the ones who are writing the story, you know? It's fine to listen to those who spot grammar mistakes and so, but no one knows how the (...)