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David A. Rozansky Apr 19
Q5: Which or character would have the best-ever garage sale? What would they be selling?
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David Rozansky Apr 19
I had a series of stories in my early days that revolved around a hole-in-the-alley antique map store that specialized in magic maps and oddities.
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RobynMcIntyre Apr 19
Traffic slow on Twitter today - more people must be religious than I thought.
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The Answer-Man 🚀 Apr 19
Replying to @Uva_Be
April 19th, 2007 was what I consider the first day I decided I would write with my real name, avoiding pseudonyms and with the intent of creating a body or work I could be proud of putting my name on it.
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David A. Rozansky Apr 19
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JLichtenberg 9h
you did a Guest Post for Alien Romance blog, so I made a June 25, 2019 blog post out of this Roundtable RT you sent plus my answer, and linked your Guest Post
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JLichtenberg 9h
"Character driven" = plot's energy comes FROM Character's internal conflict. Writer shows via THEME how our angst creates our vicissitudes, while strengthening of character allows us to overcome them. "Driven" means Character Arc is Story.
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David A. Rozansky Apr 19
Next is Friday, April 26, 3-5pET. Topic: Weird , or Mad Scientist’s Club. Mwahaahaa.
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RobynMcIntyre Apr 19
Connecting w/ other geeks/nerds/writers is one of the best things about the internet.
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Male Author Apr 21
She may not have been the boss I was looking for, but she had a complexion like a tasteless nun and I dared to teabag her
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The Answer-Man 🚀 Apr 19
Good afternoon, . I pulled a double yesterday, to attend today's chat. I am looking at my 12th year as a writer (April 19th, 2007). My renewed intent to be a writer of notice requires an altered perspective on the results of my craft.
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RobynMcIntyre Apr 19
Real life SciFi - I scared myself by coming up with an idea for a literary novel.
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Allegro açaí Apr 19
Replying to @scifichat
And I'm off today. At the library ready to check out a copy of the graphic novel version of The Forever War
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David Rozansky Apr 19
The clown dolls in the store were the creepiest. I could place them at my office door to keep dopey authors at bay. But then I’d never go into my office.
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David Rozansky Apr 19
My DVD of Dark Star. You are not allowed to touch that. My boxed first edition of the original Dungeons & Dragons game. A painting of a Chimpanzee in rodeo garb riding a bucking banana theough the air.
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Zaelyna Beck Apr 22
Happy post- Monday! I'd like to take a moment to thank , DB Weiss, Dave Benioff, and the whole creative team for 68min of beautiful, slow- paced, relatable character moments. Soak in the humanity, cuz shit's about to get real!
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Male Author Apr 20
She opened her mouth to yell and no sound came from her. She had a honeypot matching a wicked cherry yet I hankered to marry her
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Old school sci-fi your thing? Old days of strange planets, eldritch beings and ray guns? Try Crimson Planet! The first in the Known World Series, a raypunk series. ☀
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David Rozansky Apr 19
No one said you had to kill the ram, just wipe it’s blood on the door... Him, that wasn’t really a good secret message, was it?
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David Rozansky Apr 19
I suppose you could use the blood of a freshly killed first-born son of a pharaoh. It’s not like he was going to live anyway.
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