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Keep it updated, keep it alive! Ideas for posting longer texts/episodes

Posted by SinKing on Mar 10th, 2009

Hello Everyone,

I didn't notice the group has grown that large in the meantime. It's sad only three of us put some texts online, though.

I might soon start a thread of its own, as I intend to write my own graphic novel and would like to discuss each new part I write, yet keep it all in one place.
I think it would make sense to give each member their own folder, so if you want to put some bigger writing online and update it, they can.

If you would like to discuss books you have read, or talk about literature in general, you are welcome to do so. We might start a booklist with all the best things we read and a short summary, as to why it was helful/interesting.

There are lots of possibilities for this club, to either be a think tank, or a library for all things good in writing. Keep visiting, keep writing, we are counting on your every word ;)

See you,

SinKing

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JethCalark
JethCalark Mar 10 2009, 2:45pm says:

A folder for each person would be the best in my opinion.

btw, there is already a book club on ModDB that discusses books. Go to my profile to hit the link for it.

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SinKing
SinKing Mar 11 2009, 9:08am says:

I know about the book club, though I haven't visited in ages. What I meant was we could start a collection of books that brought us to writing or are still influential or helpful to our writing.
This section is supposed to be more about creating story than about reading books. In it's optimal form this group will be about reading books about creating story, or even writing them :)

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JethCalark
JethCalark Mar 11 2009, 4:23pm says:

Ah, as in books that will help us in our writing....i get it now.

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ithilienranger732
ithilienranger732 Mar 14 2009, 8:50am says:

Ah... Well, I have started posting a rip-off of Shakespeare's plays in the Revora creative section, so I could update it here at the same time...

I'm just so lazy though. :P

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SinKing
SinKing Mar 14 2009, 11:28am says:

I'm probably gonna end up using this group for my own work only and post entire novels here :)

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JethCalark
JethCalark Mar 19 2009, 9:49pm says:

I honestly do desire to post and contribute here, but dang if I haven't got time to write lately!

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Mularac
Mularac Mar 29 2009, 12:07am says:

I must admit that the idea of having to actually re-do about 100 pages or so of my book from scrath has put me off from actually doind it :P
I haven't wrote in months...

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Mularac
Mularac Mar 30 2009, 8:02pm replied:

and it ended now. I've uploaded the draft of the first lines of the book

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