D.T. Brennan

D.T. Brennan

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    1. Re: Promote your story by telling us the deeper message

      Tales from Tabletop is, at its core, a coming of age story.  I know that's pretty basic, but I'm attempting what I believe to be a more nuanced take.  Based on my own past readings, coming of age stories (...)


    2. Re: Promote your story by sharing a simple sentance that foreshadowed something major in the story (SPOILER WA(...)

      But he has weakness still. It is one he shares with our kind. Our mental abilities give us great power over creatures great and small, but there are those we cannot affect. The unintelligent, or those (...)


    3. Re: Promote your story by summarising it in 20 words or less

      D&D inspired world and story.  Got all the action, found family, laughs, and tragedy you might expect.  I hope!


    4. Re: Promote your story by telling me what its video game would be like

      Easiest summary would be T-Rated Dragon Age: Origins considering both are heavily inspired by D&D.  Heavy emphasis on party relations, both in and out of combat, and there may or may not be a world ending (...)


    5. Re: Promote your story by telling us about your MC

      I could talk about TFT's MC all day.  She's the centerpiece of the story and I honestly feel like people will not enjoy the story if they do not like her. Rieta Andolin, who goes by the name of Selene (...)


    6. Re: Promote your story with your favourite minor character

      Favorite minor character has to be Karsich Braig, Captain of the Wall.  He's a Dwarven warrior with centuries of experience fighting as a mercenary before coming to the land of Syndramire to help in the (...)


    7. Re: promote your story with 3 word sentences!

      Girl suffers loss.  Girl travels far.  Finds strange land. Meets strange people.  Mysteries abound throughout.  D&D inspired story.


    8. Re: A bouncing baby "sEriOuS WriTeR" !

      Welcome!  Glad you took my recommendation and that you'll get some great inspiration and feedback while writing here!


    9. Re: Writer intro!

      So far, so good!  Met some nice folk who gave me some good advice, did a couple review swaps and posting updates to my story twice a week for the time being.  


    10. Re: Promote your story by explaining your most unique city, landmark or landscape

      TFT's main setting, Syndramire, is most well known for its strange mists and the monsters that can only be found there, but it also contains a secret buried and long forgotten by the world. The first (...)


    11. Re: Promote your book with your first sentence - they say the first sentence is the most important: PROVE IT.

      "The capital of the Izan Imperium, Izan’Larai, was often considered a crowning jewel of commerce, trade, and beauty, beyond compare."


    12. Re: promote your story by telling us the WORST thing about it.

      Tales from Tabletop takes great inspiration from Tabletop RPG's but it doesn't have levels or stats.  Also, while everyone *has* a class, they are not necessarily *balanced.* (nobody is overpowered but (...)


    13. Re: October Thread - Promote your Story

      If you're a fan of D&D or a fantasy romp with a fun cast of characters, I'd recommend you check out my story, Tales From Tabletop!  Current word count is 17,967 and I release updates every Monday and Friday. (...)


    14. Re: Promote your story with your biggest regret while writing it

      Biggest regret? There's not really a sibgle one that stands out to me, but there are a few... Writing the first chapter immediately after joining the site. Posting a 9k word first chapter.(It's been (...)


    15. Re: Review Swapping: The Game of the Movie of the Book of the Comic Strip

      I read through the first chapter of Tales from the Tabletop, and would love to do a swap with you. Feel free to pick any of the three stories in my signature (Letter of the Law feels like it has the most (...)


    16. Re: What is your favorite chapter of your own story?

      Of the ones I've written, but not released on RR, I would say Session 4: Into Lendrigol.  There were a lot of nerves going into that chapter, as my style of writing has always been more dialogue focused (...)


    17. Re: promote your story by giving your favorite quote from it!

      this  is very poetic. Thank you!  It's part of a rather important element in my story that I haven't gotten to yet here on RR. 


    18. Re: Review Swapping: The Game of the Movie of the Book of the Comic Strip

      Perfect!  I should have my review up around the same time.


    19. Re: Review Swapping: The Game of the Movie of the Book of the Comic Strip

      I'll swap with you, mines pretty long now so just let me know how much of it you want to read.  Awesome, thanks!  I'm technically 5 chapters in right now on RR for my current story, so how about I review (...)


    20. Re: Writing style has changed...

      I'd say the key is finding your rhythm for the story.  If you have too many short sentences, I'd recommend mashing a couple together to see how they fit.  I have a similar but opposite problem, where I (...)