Hi, Talltree. I might be interested in swapping critiques with you. Please see my post about critique partners and get back to me if you're interested. viewtopic.php?f=16&t=4474
Thanks and good luck!
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- December 14th, 2011, 1:29 pm
- Forum: Connect With a Critique Partner
- Topic: Seeking critique partner for urban fantasy
- Replies: 1
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Hi, there! I'm seeking a critique partner for my urban fantasy manuscript. The intended audience is adults and it is not a romance (although there might be a love story). Here's a one-line pitch: A young magical inspector is grounded in Baltimore as punishment, where he gets wrapped up with an enter...
- August 13th, 2011, 6:05 pm
- Forum: Procrastination
- Topic: Rave about your Significant Other, Friends, or Family!
- Replies: 15
- Views: 6085
So glad we have such supportive people in our lives! I usually chat up my twin sister when I need some plotting advice, or just a good pep talk. We're both constantly juggling multiple creative projects and try to help each other out as best we can! Yay!
I just read through this thread and have found it immensely helpful. I'm working on the closing scenes of an urban fantasy right now and this has definitely given me a lot to think about. Since I had the book handy, I just re-read the final scenes in the first Harry Potter book to consider how the e...
bcomet -- I'm very sorry to hear about your illness. I only just started posting here, so we don't know each other, but I wanted to send you my kind thoughts and happy wishes. Also, if there is a fundraiser or auction coming up, I'd be willing to donate some items. I'm more of a crafter than an arti...
Oh, and I usually forget my tea or coffee (depending on my mood) so I have to go make it now. And I mean literally, I have to go make myself some tea now. (Pet the cat.) Ha! I seriously forgot to mention all the time I spend petting the cats! I also forgot that I started making myself a cup of tea ...
Oh, man. I can procrastinate on the internet like it's my business. Twitter, Facebook, email, Google+, RSS feeds, blogs, reddit, forums, webcomics, and yes, even fanfiction. When I'm well-behaved, I can keep it to a minimum. Sometimes I'm able to tune out of the internet for days and instead get suc...
- June 11th, 2011, 12:45 pm
- Forum: Books
- Topic: How Price-Conscious Are You When Buying Books?
- Replies: 24
- Views: 7521
For me, it depends on the book. If it's a book I'm not sure about, I definitely pay attention to the price. This mostly applies to non-fiction and high-brow, "literary" fiction. I'll often try to get those from the library or used online because I am not sure whether I'll want to finish them. But wi...
Hi, there! I've been reading Nathan's blog for years and am finally getting around to checking in here at the forums. This looks like a fantastically helpful place! I can't wait to check out more of the threads. :) I'm a writer with many WIPs. I have one completed novella, a historical fiction love ...