Afrita Hanim

Afrita Hanim

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    1. Re: Dawnsong

      Dawnsong Dawn is a village girl who wants more out of her life than just being a wife and mother. Unfortunately her parents think that her dream of being a wise woman is a ridiculous aspiration and (...)


    2. Re: Sunday Snippet Sharing 01/08

      Really great idea, thank you. From Dawnsong, Chapter 20: Fire Water Burn Dawn’s hands shook as she tried to light up her arrow. It took her a second try to accomplish it. Her resulting shot was (...)


    3. Re: August Thread - Promote your Story

      Dawnsong Dawn is a village girl who wants more out of her life than just being a wife and mother. Unfortunately her parents think that her dream of being a wise woman is a ridiculous aspiration and (...)


    4. Re: Topwebfiction Experiences?

      Hi @all, do any of you have experience with Topwebfiction? I read a story here and saw that the author asked for boosts on the other site. I looked it over and saw you can only get in as an author with (...)


    5. Re: Tips for making maps

      Thank you all for your answers. I played around a bit with Incarnate. But it will take some time until i have a finished map that I can be happy with. Regarding inconsistencies between map and story, (...)


    6. Re: Tips for making maps

      Hi @all, a while back I admired some maps people had added to their stories. Now I started to think it would be cool to add some maps of my own to my story. I thought it could help me to keep my locations (...)


    7. Re: Best Ways to keep a slower paced story exciting

      I wouldn't exactly say that my story is slow burn. But I'm trying to slow it down and deepen it a bit. Ongoing project I fear. What I struggle with, is how to keep an arc interesting. What do you reveal (...)


    8. Re: I'm constantly worried about how people will perceive my writing.

      Well, welcome to the club! I am constantly worrying about that, too. It is partly normal I guess. Your book is practically your cherished baby that you put out there in the harsh world. So every negative (...)


    9. Re: Getting Comments And When To Take Them Seriously?

      Hi, I'm still fairly new to the site and to writing myself. One of the first comments on my story hit me pretty hard. The commenter basically said the MC was unlikable and immature and totally spoiled (...)


    10. Re: Just did a triple!

      Just passed 50k words and 5000 views and last Sunday I topped 50 followers. :peoeyesparkle: 


    11. Re: 20,000 at last!

      Congrats! I will absolutely take the time to read your story in the next days. Fluff sounds like fun.


    12. Re: Both of my stories are on trending!!

      Wow, congrats! That is so great. I wish you a ton of new followers. :DrakanWine:


    13. Re: Broke #2000 on Highest Ranking!

      Congrats! :DrakanSigh:  Keep up the good work.


    14. Re: Boring Readers

      Right at the moment, I'm thankful that people are commenting at all. Wouldn't dream of complainig about 'Thanks for the chapter' comments, because it tells me someone liked what he read enough to thank (...)


    15. Re: Content warnings and when to apply them

      Hi Rainmeter, I was rather afraid of the opposite. That many wouldn't want to read a story if it contains gore etc. But according to Ararara that won't be a problem. Thanks for the answers.


    16. Re: Content warnings and when to apply them

      Hi @all, I was just wondering at what point a story would need to have a gore content warning. My next chapter might become a bit bloodier than the rest. I wouldn't define it as gory, but the opinion (...)


    17. Re: Coming of age LITRPG

      Hello, I've tried my hand on a fantasy LITRPG (slight elements) and would love more readers and comments. The story is about Dawn, a young girl living in a medieval, patriarchal society. She has (...)


    18. Re: Writing an interesting serial with no action at all: Is it plausible? Have you seen it done?

      It all depends on the definition of action. But I'd like to put forward 'Quarter share' by Nathan Lowell as an example. Very little action (as in fighting or massive conflicts) but I loved reading it. (...)


    19. Re: MC monologues getting out of hand

      Thank you for your insights. The planning session was indeed meant as a way to show character development, after MC bumbles around a few times in the first chapter and survives by the skin of her teeth (...)


    20. Re: MC monologues getting out of hand

      Hi everyone, just reread the chapter I wrote yesterday. It contains a planning session for a big fight and on second look my MC is taking up almost the whole text. She outlines what to do in some detail (...)