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  1. miju-kun
    October 30th, 2011 02:42 PM
    I'm fine. You?
  2. Axeliira
    October 30th, 2011 02:19 PM
  3. Axeliira
    October 29th, 2011 11:07 PM
    Where have you been. :(
  4. miju-kun
    October 29th, 2011 07:45 PM
    Hi hi hi hi hi hi hi
  5. Axeliira
    October 25th, 2011 01:52 PM
    I haven't spammed your profile in a while. so..

  6. DiabloMask
    October 8th, 2011 09:38 AM
    Well, i'm an artist, i read and draw manga
    ...i draw pokemons too
    i'm creating a whole generation (154 pokemons)
    i still have to draw the last 6 of them to finish my list
    and show them to everybody.
    I like rpg games (like tales of vesperia and pokemon of course)
    ...what about you? tell me about yourself too
  7. DiabloMask
    October 8th, 2011 06:04 AM
    No problem man, it's nice to have my
    first friend in PC :)
  8. Axeliira
    October 6th, 2011 06:53 PM
    I am too but...
    October 2nd, 2011 06:57 PM
    I had that problem all the time for OL and I still have it for the book I'm writing now. For OL, I actually had no specific plot in mind when I started. It was around halfway finished when I got an idea of how it would end. I think this shows, too. There were several times in the story where items or characters were described in detail because I planned to use them later on. But then something changed, and the item or character never came up again. If I were to write a second draft, I would cut out those gaps so the story would flow more smoothly.

    For the book I'm writing now, I thought about the plot for a few months, and then wrote down a rough synopsis. The beginning and end were fairly clear-cut, but the middle was a bit fuzzy. After obsessing over it, I just decided to start writing. I figured that it would look a little like OL in the sense that there would be some loose ends. But I could clean those up in a second draft of the book.

    So that's basically how I get through it. I give myself a rough plan to stick to, but if I veer off course from time to time, I don't let it eat at me too much. I know that when the words are on paper rather than bouncing around in my head, I'll be able to refine them later on. I guess the main thing is to write, even if it doesn't always turn out how you want it to.
    September 26th, 2011 07:46 PM
    Yeah, it always seems to a battle choosing what to work on. Sometimes I wish I had considered that before I started so many projects. Then it might not be such a mess right now, haha.

    I guess I haven't gotten into the Kindle thing yet. When I have a story I'm reading or editing from a computer, I usually print it out and carry it with me. I know it would be a whole lot easier space-wise to have something like a Kindle, but I'm too attached to the actual paper for some reason.

    And I agree. It's hard to find good fan fiction. I usually stumble across it while browsing forums. I've tried fanfiction.net a bit, but it feels difficult to weed through all of the stories. I'll have to try the ones you posted after I get some spare time.

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  • About quilzel
    I have been a huge fan of Pokemon since 2000 when
    I got Pokemon Silver for Christmas.

    Feel free to talk to me I don't bite... most the time.
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