I don't know; if you were to wear the cloak in your picture, it could work for you.Watcher55 wrote:A pick-up lines go: "If I were a stalker, you'd be in big trouble," needs work.
good thing I don't write with my jaw
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- June 3rd, 2011, 8:42 pm
- Forum: Procrastination
- Topic: Silly things we think about
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- June 2nd, 2011, 6:28 pm
- Forum: Writing
- Topic: tACTICAL ERROR BY THE BAD GUY?
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Your villain can do illogical things. He can even acknowledge that they are illogical and still do them. People do stupid things all the time knowing they are counter to their interests. All he really has to do is want to. The want can be unreasonable, he can acknowledge that and still do it. As lon...
I think genre-specific forums tend to divide the members into groups and that's no help. The person best able to help you may not visit the fantasy forum because they write romance. Writing is writing and most of the craft crosses genre boundaries.
Funny you should mention bunny rabbits. I have a scene in one of my books where a two of my characters roast bunnies over a fire for dinner.Mira wrote:
One should only create characters that want to dance in the daisies and frolic with the little bunny rabbits.
- May 22nd, 2011, 9:55 pm
- Forum: Writing
- Topic: How do you write a fight scene?
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I definitely stick in my POV character's head for a fight scene. I don't give an overview of what happened, I tell it all from what they experience. In order to ramp up tension I give all of their fears and emotions. Adrenaline highs can be a great way to drag the reader into the action. I find tha...
Pure Genius!!! LMAOandroidblues wrote: But when it's just there and it's randomly inserted, that becomes a problem for me.
Oh, I too am a fan of gratuitous sex.
And I also find random insertions problematic. :-)