Sinfulwolf

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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from CloverReef in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Had a typo on my letter to Santa…
    Be careful with that N placement, else you’ll get something entirely different.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Fair enough.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Tentacles are often fun. I’ve not written them in awhile… at least nothing posted as of yet. Still, trying to straddle both might be interesting task.
    I’m not entirely sure what WAFF is… so do that so I know?
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Heh, sounds like a slight theme crises happening. Everyone wants dark and bloody, and wants to do festive. I’m still on the fence.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    I’ll be in. I’ll probably post my Krampus story I wrote last year up here on AFF as well to coincide. What to do for the anthology… not sure yet.
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    Sinfulwolf reacted to CloverReef in AFF Holiday Party!   
    WAFF = warm and fuzzy feeling. It’s actually a legit romance style, you know, the feel good type of story. But when I was in the fandoms, we used it to refer to any romance fanfics that turned strong characters into mewling, needy, love-starved mary sues. 
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Tentacles are often fun. I’ve not written them in awhile… at least nothing posted as of yet. Still, trying to straddle both might be interesting task.
    I’m not entirely sure what WAFF is… so do that so I know?
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    I’ll be in. I’ll probably post my Krampus story I wrote last year up here on AFF as well to coincide. What to do for the anthology… not sure yet.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    Heh, sounds like a slight theme crises happening. Everyone wants dark and bloody, and wants to do festive. I’m still on the fence.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    I’ll be in. I’ll probably post my Krampus story I wrote last year up here on AFF as well to coincide. What to do for the anthology… not sure yet.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in AFF Holiday Party!   
    I’ll be in. I’ll probably post my Krampus story I wrote last year up here on AFF as well to coincide. What to do for the anthology… not sure yet.
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    Sinfulwolf reacted to Rubicon541 in Oathbound   
    Who says six years is too long to pick a story up? Oathbound chapter six is up. Or start from the beginning. Thanks!
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in BronxWench's Review Replies - Original Fiction   
    Mayhaps I will… just in what capacity… eh, I’ll figure it out.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from BronxWench in BronxWench's Review Replies - Original Fiction   
    Mayhaps I will… just in what capacity… eh, I’ll figure it out.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    I am very much a pantser. I’ll come up with an idea, a setting, and characters, and start going from there. I’ve had character arcs shift from original ideas and outlines entirely because it was what was working as I wrote. Current story I’m still not entirely sure what’s going to happen with one of my major characters and if she’ll be hero or villain. To me I find if I go too close to any kind of outline, things get a bit too wooden.
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    Sinfulwolf reacted to BronxWench in BronxWench's Review Replies - Original Fiction   
    Do it! Do it!
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    A pantser is basically someone who writes by the seat of their pants. They don’t put too much effort into the outline, preferring things to evolve more organically. There are pros and cons to this, just as with anything. I believe with pantsing, you get much better characterization. Whereas a strong outliner would get much better plot with a greater ability to do twists and turns.
    @InvidiaRed Have you really outlined the whole story, or just been very meticulous with the setting? Cause that in itself is a bit different as well.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in BronxWench's Review Replies - Original Fiction   
    Well… now I kinda wanna bring out the Lamia’s I made and then shuffled off to the side.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    A pantser is basically someone who writes by the seat of their pants. They don’t put too much effort into the outline, preferring things to evolve more organically. There are pros and cons to this, just as with anything. I believe with pantsing, you get much better characterization. Whereas a strong outliner would get much better plot with a greater ability to do twists and turns.
    @InvidiaRed Have you really outlined the whole story, or just been very meticulous with the setting? Cause that in itself is a bit different as well.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    A pantser is basically someone who writes by the seat of their pants. They don’t put too much effort into the outline, preferring things to evolve more organically. There are pros and cons to this, just as with anything. I believe with pantsing, you get much better characterization. Whereas a strong outliner would get much better plot with a greater ability to do twists and turns.
    @InvidiaRed Have you really outlined the whole story, or just been very meticulous with the setting? Cause that in itself is a bit different as well.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in BronxWench's Review Replies - Original Fiction   
    Well… now I kinda wanna bring out the Lamia’s I made and then shuffled off to the side.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    A pantser is basically someone who writes by the seat of their pants. They don’t put too much effort into the outline, preferring things to evolve more organically. There are pros and cons to this, just as with anything. I believe with pantsing, you get much better characterization. Whereas a strong outliner would get much better plot with a greater ability to do twists and turns.
    @InvidiaRed Have you really outlined the whole story, or just been very meticulous with the setting? Cause that in itself is a bit different as well.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    I am very much a pantser. I’ll come up with an idea, a setting, and characters, and start going from there. I’ve had character arcs shift from original ideas and outlines entirely because it was what was working as I wrote. Current story I’m still not entirely sure what’s going to happen with one of my major characters and if she’ll be hero or villain. To me I find if I go too close to any kind of outline, things get a bit too wooden.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    I am very much a pantser. I’ll come up with an idea, a setting, and characters, and start going from there. I’ve had character arcs shift from original ideas and outlines entirely because it was what was working as I wrote. Current story I’m still not entirely sure what’s going to happen with one of my major characters and if she’ll be hero or villain. To me I find if I go too close to any kind of outline, things get a bit too wooden.
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    Sinfulwolf got a reaction from JayDee in How do you go about developing a story idea?   
    I am very much a pantser. I’ll come up with an idea, a setting, and characters, and start going from there. I’ve had character arcs shift from original ideas and outlines entirely because it was what was working as I wrote. Current story I’m still not entirely sure what’s going to happen with one of my major characters and if she’ll be hero or villain. To me I find if I go too close to any kind of outline, things get a bit too wooden.