Fellow Undiscovered Writers 8

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#9016

(Stalks you).


#9017

ARF Tweet got liked by an Indie book to movie profile that’s owned by Netflix.

Sighs… XD


#9018

I noticed that your story moves very fast.


#9019

The pacing or growth?


#9020

Congrats! Jumped into the forums to see this nice view :grin:


#9021

Thanks!

So are the two of you? @NineLight


#9022

Pacing. Like, I’ll read a part where a mystery is presented before the character. Then there’s someone (or something) that offers a fast explanation of everything. I’m not used to it.


#9023

Have a safe flight home.


#9024

I understand. I kind of tossed everything together in about a month or two and wanted to get it done. I promise A Rider’s Downfall will expand on things eventually.


#9025

A sign for things to come?:grin:


#9026

Hopefully! XD

How are you?


#9027

Your profile pic is a cat.


#9028

Good. Work’s been crazy :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: I’m so happy that Zaldizko’s on the shelves ready for action 15.02. Now that’s out of the way. Working on book two. So much finicky world building. This one is going to kill me with detailing for sure.:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#9029

This cat’s “my preciousss.”


#9030

Hey. Do you have an outline that’s 18,000 words?


#9031

Congrats! That’s great news.

I’m still trying to figure out this next project in addition to book 2 that I’m working on. I have some of the main characters planned out, and I’m making dragons more prominent in it. :slight_smile:


#9032

Let me know if you need any aid.


#9033

18K words?:flushed: Not to that extent. I capture specifics in a database catalogue like film makers do for scripting. I use an outdated version of Celtx for world building and drafting work. I write my book in film format first since it’s easier for me to organise everything, then revise into a novel.


#9034

More dragons, cool!


#9035

Wow. That sounds…cool.