Bramandin

Bramandin

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    1. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      Perhaps “sacrilegist” might work? Or better yet “Maltheist”? This is an interesting take.  Religion is disallowed because of the destruction that one caused, but it has been determined by some people (...)


    2. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      'If the goddess is a myth, why does she bless me?' Okay, I am now putting Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret on my to-read list and trying to figure out titles like that because most of my story is (...)


    3. Re: Damn, How to describe this disabled character?

      Maybe you could go on a forum for quadriplegic people and ask them what they'd prefer.  I know of at least one disability where they're really against the current politically-correct term.


    4. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      If plutonium is mentioned, then the archetypal theft of fire has been used as an image to depict the development of nuclear weapons, etc. I am intimated by your smartness. :P The theme I want to (...)


    5. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      What's it about? Where is it going? My plan is to slice-of-life until hopefully the readers forget about the luck-goddess, a tinfoil-hatter convinces MC that she might be real, it looks like she isn't, (...)


    6. Re: chapter feedback

      I also got feedback.  Thanks a bunch!


    7. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      Prometheus is often associated with this Interestingly enough, while I didn't think of if my world had a stealing fire from the gods myth, I just decided that it wasn't fire.  Humans were uplifted by (...)


    8. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      Go with you basic them, he steals from a goddess and joins a community of misotheists? I was going to go with the lucky tailor, but I wonder if The Lucky Misotheist might work.  It's got a bit of the (...)


    9. Re: Unpopular Opinion: Disclaimers

      It's disturbing to me as well.  I'll happily warn people why my story is not kid-friendly, but I shouldn't have to spell out "these things are not good" in bold letters just because someone might be too (...)


    10. Re: chapter feedback

      The story isn't ready for upload yet so it's not on RR, but could you please give your impressions?   I'd also like feedback on the blurb.   Radley lives in a world of darkness and misery until stealing (...)


    11. Re: Do I have to worry about my trigger-warnings being triggering?

      But when we start feeling the need to direct every sentence and scene and ponder what could make someone feel uncomfortable... it's an endless rabbit hole. We do have to worry about balance.  My triggers (...)


    12. Re: Do I have to worry about my trigger-warnings being triggering?

      how do I mention one of his traumas without upsetting people? I issue you a challenge to try, lol. Please, write whatever you want. A censored version would probably just fall short anyways.  Well (...)


    13. Re: Do I have to worry about my trigger-warnings being triggering?

      I put a disclaimer n my novel blurb and first chapters. Usually by the time they reading "WARNING" or "Sensitive content" or "Triggering" they typically get the gist. Though if they continue anyway thats (...)


    14. Anything like Name of the Wind?

      The elements I'm looking for is a fantasy slice-of-life where the world doesn't know that the MC is worth telling a story about.  No portal stories or game-based worlds.


    15. Re: Do I have to worry about my trigger-warnings being triggering?

      If you want to be careful, you could put the triggers in spoilers. Like this:  Ooooh, how did you do that?  I looked for a spoiler button and couldn't find one. Test? So I could say:  This fic (...)


    16. Do I have to worry about my trigger-warnings being triggering?

      While the horrible things in the world mostly happen off-screen, they are talked about.  Like I think it's okay to say that a child character has CPTSD, but how do I mention one of his traumas without (...)


    17. Re: Magician or Sorcerer?

      When someone says magician in a world where magic is real, I assume that it's a catch-all for someone who does magic.  In one of my own stories, I called stage-magic and coin tricks charlatanism.  Sorcerer (...)


    18. Re: Magician or Sorcerer?

      When someone says magician in a world where magic is real, I assume that it's a catch-all for someone who does magic.  In one of my own stories, I called stage-magic and coin tricks charlatanism.  Sorcerer (...)


    19. Re: Oops! All Orphans! Or why you should let your protagonist have families.

      My story doesn't really work if MC isn't an orphan.  (What, his parents just decided to stop feeding him one day and everyone was cool with that?)  Other characters... He had just his mother until he was (...)


    20. Re: Could someone help me figure out what the title for my story is?

      I mean, it's hard enough for other writers to figure out a title of their own book, let alone someone else's. I heard that there are people who enjoy this part.  Even if the title they suggest isn't (...)