L.J.Anders

L.J.Anders

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    1. Re: Experimenting 👁👁

      Interesting follow-up thought actually, is there a downside to having multiple mirrors? Like having a story up on 3-4 websites? I feel like the biggest reason would just be a matter of actually being (...)


    2. Re: Experimenting 👁👁

      I did this with RoyalRoad. I have a website to post my work and I wanted a mirror site. I concluded that DeiviantArt and Wattpad wasn't worth it. DA for several reasons and I'm glad I did leave given (...)


    3. Re: Where are you from, wrong answers only

      46.2 N, 122.2 W May 18, MCMLXXX


    4. Re: You are nothing but a chubby potato

      Can I be a beet instead? 


    5. Re: Share your strong book opinions.

      As much as I love the fantasy genre, it is crippled by conventions and at the mercy of trends so much, that it doesn't take advantage of the fact of how versatile of a genre it is. Also, I will never (...)


    6. Re: How the hell do you go about creating your own writing website???

      It's not that hard to create your own website. There are many ways you can do it. You can choose a host  on a blog service. Tumblr, Wordpress, or Blogger. Those are the three you can us. However, (...)


    7. Re: I got 0* rating bombed on ScribbleHub. Anyone else tried other writing platforms? How did it go?

      Royalroad is my mirror. I've my own website and prefer it to be honest. I've more control. I've tried other writing platforms in the past and none of them were a good fit, even RR fails to be a good (...)


    8. Re: I got 0* rating bombed on ScribbleHub. Anyone else tried other writing platforms? How did it go?

      Royalroad is my mirror. I've my own website and prefer it to be honest. I've more control. I've tried other writing platforms in the past and none of them were a good fit, even RR fails to be a good fit (...)


    9. Re: Thoughts on Silent Readers?

      They're welcome to the party. I really don't care. Most of my readers are silent. You post anywhere else, especially on you're own website, most if not all your readers will be silent. It's the way. (...)


    10. Re: You Lot Saw the Announcement?

      I'm not surprised. I knew it was going to happen. I just didn't know what form the begging would take. I mean, this what happens when a feature like this is brought into play. Personally, I'm not going (...)


    11. Re: Friendly Review Option

      Wouldn't is just be easier to write a comment at the bottom of the chapter? Most writers would rather have meaningful comments. I'm not going to be in the reviews. Reviews are for other readers for the (...)


    12. Re: Writing Trauma. Tips and advices wanted.

      Write a character as a person and not their trauma. People react and treat trauma differently and don't follow a checklist of symptoms, so character wouldn't either. The response of trauma of any (...)


    13. Re: litRPG trad publishers

      Lit-RPgs isn't popular enough for large traditional publishers. It's still a very niche genre. However, there are a couple small presses that published lit-rpgs.


    14. Re: I would love it if readers had a way to quickly rate individual chapters without having to rate the whole (...)

      He isn't incorrect. If you use a platform that has a like feature of any kind, you will end up with fewer likes than views. This why in my comment, I didn't think this was as useful as people might (...)


    15. Re: Continuing the Quest: Scheduled Hiatus

      I mean, I take schedule breaks all the time. It's just something readers have to expect with my writing. I take breaks between stories and I may take a break during stories. I cannot write full steam. (...)


    16. Re: I would love it if readers had a way to quickly rate individual chapters without having to rate the whole (...)

      I don't know about it being extremely helpful. However, it could be something nice as long as it doesn't factor into to your rating at all. Last thing we need is this becoming an obsession, and it leads (...)


    17. Re: Found my novel on an aggregator site?

      Do nothing. I don't see the point in putting in the effort to having it removed.  This is not a host site. All chapter links go back to the host site they are pulling from.  If you were to remove your (...)


    18. Re: Does an Author Having a Large Body of Work Make Them More Interesting or Worth Checking Out?

      Yes, sort of. Only because I don't want to read large series anymore. Something like Wheel of Time, Sword of Truth, or Malazan doesn't appeal to me. However, I don't mind reading multiple books written (...)


    19. Re: What does your conceptualisation process look like?

      Ideas usually come from what I think of. They come from my brain. How I flesh them out is two weeks of running the idea in my head. I don't write anything down. I don't commit to it yet. If my idea (...)


    20. Re: Optimum sexual content for fictions

      There is no optimum amount of sexual content; it’s a misleading question. This is my entire thought on this entire thing. I don't exactly go into a reading story expecting x amount of anything. (...)