Mr. Z wrote:
You're so annoying! xD
איך ניפגש בארץ אם לא תתן לי לדעת שום דבר עליך?
אנחנו לא. פה מפחידים אותך מהילדות שאסור להיפגש עם זרים מהאינטרנט, כי הם יכולים להיות מחבלים. זה קרה לאחות של חבר שלי X:
Mr. Z wrote:
Today? It varies. It's pretty difficult to define. I'm going through a period of constantly reading my older writings, trying various genres and finding a new perfect idea every week. So not much. My latest attempt was at a fantasy story, and my largest project before that was set in my main conworld, in a revolutionary period, and its protagonists were an elite resistance movement. My NaNo novel was also set in my conworld, but in a different country, and its protagonist was a student of linguistics.
I guess the next thing I'm going to try is a short story. I think I'm going to expand an idea of mine from a few months ago, about Icarus. And I'm thinking of trying to complete a novel I started about a year ago, set in the conworld which introduced me into conworlding, conlanging and the ZBB, but that one would require some more preparation to finalize the concept and the storyline. It's pretty cool, though. I'm gonna go for it.
(They've got man-sized ornithopters
Conworlding stories are fantasy too haha. And fantasy in general is hard in a sense, if you know what I mean; there's so much to imagine it seems overwhelming, though if you already got a conworld it would be a bit easier to place any kind of story in it (especially if short). Do you usually develop the whole plot, from the beginning to the end, and then write? Or do you begin with an idea and discover the rest as you write?
I usually imagine fantasy stories to amuse myself, and "develop" them in my own mind, but I never really write them down. Sometimes I retake old ones or characters and go on, it's a way of entertainment really.
Yes, they are, but of my NaNo novel, I'd like to thing it's not a fantasy story, but rather an RL story set in another world.
As I said, I'm trying various styles, including both methods of creating a story. I try not to over-develop the story, out of fear that I'd get bored writing it afterwards, and because I think I did that with my 14K words novel and it made me fail.
I imagine fantasy stories as well; my latest attempt at a novel came from the realization that such development is the most natural thing for me, and thus I tried to write it down. But although it was really cool, it felt too empty, no matter what I did.
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they are nerdissimus inter nerdes
Oh god, we truly are nerdy. My first instinct was "why didn't he just use sunt and have it all in Latin?".
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