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Fox-Trot-9

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    1. Re: When you made a huge mistake, how do you handle them?

      You handle it by rewriting it. That's the short answer. The longer answer is this: There's nothing wrong with rewriting something, even if it's a whole chapter, and even if people have read it before. (...)


    2. Re: March Thread: Promote Your story

      Main Genre: Dark Fantasy (esp. Dreampunk, Magical Girl, Vampire). Sub Genres: Action, Thriller, LGBT. Warnings: sexuality, violence, self-harm (parts marked with *), emotional trauma. Promises are (...)


    3. Re: Ya Know What? Go Ahead And Plug. Show Ya Stories

      Dark Fantasy (esp. Dreampunk, Magical Girl, Vampire), Action, Thriller, LGBT Days of Blood and Roses Promises are meant to be kept, but a promise to save a beloved sister leads a group of magical (...)


    4. Re: What sorta music do you listen too when writing? Or do you even listen to music at all?

      I rarely listen to music when I write; when I do, it's instrumentals. Besides music, I sometimes listen to podcasts about conspiracy theories or cryptids or hauntings, but that's for writing specific genres (...)


    5. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      I'll try not to overdo that too much, but will do!


    6. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Hehehehehehe. Yes, indeed! I'll use my fluffy foxy cuteness to my advantage!


    7. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Yes, I know I'll get there. I might have to post on other threads, too, to speed up the process, though.


    8. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      But I don't have enough +Rep!  :peocrying:


    9. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      *jumps on a giant bubble to float away from the blast radius*



    10. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Foxes are uncute creature *Uses exterminatus* Why you so mean all of the sudden?  :peocrying:


    11. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      curls into a fluffy foxball No stabby-wabby, please.


    12. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      The fluffiness of foxes compels you!


    13. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Um . . . Uhhhh . . . The only tribute I can give at the moment is a single penny.


    14. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Hello there fox2, have some rep Oh, thank you!


    15. Re: What's your favorite under-represented genre?

      I'm just a noob here, so I'm not sure if there are many examples of original magical girl stories on this site. The ones I've seen on this site are kind of on the short side, and the ones I've read (...)


    16. Re: What's your favorite under-represented genre?

      I'm just a noob here, so I'm not sure if there are many examples of original magical girl stories on this site. The ones I've seen on this site are kind of on the short side, and the ones I've read around (...)


    17. Re: Should novels have a prologue?

      Prologues and first chapters basically do the same thing: they hook the reader into the story. Thus, for a book to have a prologue, it ngeccearrily follows that the story has two narrative hooks for two (...)


    18. Re: Thread 2: electric boogaloo

      Floats into thread in giant fluffy fox form: Hello, fellow RoyalRoadsters.


    19. Re: Penguin Guild

      Greetings, fellow penguin. We're all penguins here! Muhuhuhuhahahahaha!