LadyAnder

LadyAnder

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    1. Re: Coffee or Tea?

      Tea mostly because good decaf coffee is incredibly difficult to find. I only know of a single brand and they sell it in a single grocery store chain that I no longer live near to buy it. The caffeine in (...)


    2. Re: Just a fun little question to all the authors here.

      The Brotherhood Archives is better off as a 12 episode anime than some sprawling marathon anime as the stories themselves aren't that long. I mean sure Edict is long. Hy'Ruh-ha was written to be short. (...)


    3. Re: High fantasy or low fantasy

      Neither to be perfectly honest. Most of what I absolutely adore in fantasy don't really fall under those two sub-genres of fantasy.


    4. Re: What Writing Exercises Have Helped You The Most?

      Character Sketches granted there seems to be variation of what this is or I'm calling it by the wrong name. Looking online seems to suggest a character sketch is an essay about a character or they (...)


    5. Re: Just A Concern For Some Of My Fave Authors

      I'm surprised about how many people don't know about Buy Me Ko-fi. I think just because Patreon drowned out any sort of alternative because it seems like the best because so many creators use it. Oh (...)


    6. Re: Just A Concern For Some Of My Fave Authors

      Here is the actual court document for those who are curious. https://s9503.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/29.07.2020-Denial-of-Preliminary-Injunction.pdf Just so you guys know, court documents (...)


    7. Re: To prologue or not to prologue?

      The prolouge should not be about the MC but about characters that will eventually be a part of the story but are far too important to be involved with your mc yet. This is incorrect. I've read (...)


    8. Re: To prologue or not to prologue?

      Depends entirely on the story you are trying to tell. The question you should ask is if the story you are telling needs that extra context that a prologue provides. Does it give the reader insight (...)


    9. Re: To prologue or not to prologue?

      Depends entirely on the story you are trying to tell. The question you should ask is if the story you are telling needs that extra context that a prologue provides. Does it give the reader insight (...)


    10. Re: How many authors learn about personality theory / typology when writing characters?

      My understanding of personality theory is a little more than just surface and I tend to look up such things when needed. All it is is really just a tool. And like all tools, there is place for it. However, (...)


    11. Re: Schedules and Rest Days

      It's a one day a week chapter upload for me. If I can swing two, I may do it. However, as of late, two days a week isn't possible and more than that would be a detriment. I like to have a buffer formed (...)


    12. Re: How do we bring in more female/other readers to RR?

      splattenburgers but it will never be able to grow if it can't attract readers outside this specific group. Why would you want this? The absolute worst thing that could happen to this place is if (...)


    13. Re: Do you drink while writing?

      No. My writing quality drops to the point I can't write at all. So if I want to keep myself from writing, I suppose drinking would be it.


    14. Re: Is the writing/book industry rigged?

      Quality isn't what fuels the main-steam media industry. One might say they don't care about it. It's been proven time and time again, people consume a thing regardless if it's good or not. All that matter (...)


    15. Re: Writing for fun... did anyone else suddenly feel illiterate?

      Writing takes practice. It's not something you are good at because you took English in school. The most you get from English in school both public and college is a bad case of "essay voice" in your (...)


    16. Re: Should a writer consult his readers when he wants to drop a story?

      Should an author let readers know they intend to drop a story, certainly if they can. Should they let their audience have a say in it, no. It's often difficult enough when you make the decision (...)


    17. Re: Deviant Art Eclipse Roll Out - Help all you know.

      Ouch. As someone who used to use DA for 10 years and then left shutting my account, this is not surprising. It was difficult to get consideration for writer friendly tools on DA before. Even the development (...)


    18. Re: How many paragraphs is normal?

      I cannot say in the many years of writing I have never paid attention to the number of paragraphs I've written. I don't count them and I won't count the number of paragraph another writer had written. (...)


    19. Re: Working with cliches

      Yes, but I can't get anymore specific about it because, I don't know your story. I will say thing: This something that comes a bit easier with practice and experience as well as being aware that you (...)


    20. Re: Share Your Teenage Fiction Here

      The bulk of my writing is all hand-written from when I was a teenager. A lot of what would probably be considered anthropomorphic fiction iby today's standard.  Though at that time was my Redwall/animal (...)