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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
Q2. What kinds of similarities exist between your fictional world, and the real world?
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
So, no theme tonight. Just a bunch of random questions that may or may not have anything to do with writing. Ready?
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Emily Elaine Jun 14
Q&A for Writers! Are you a Planner or a Pantser? 1 being: "I plan every plot point, scene, and character before I type a single word," and 10 being: "planning sucks! I just go for it!"
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
I think we have time for one more question, eh? Q4. What message/moral do you hope people will take away from your story?
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
Q1. Tell me about your MC's childhood, including their family life and where they grew up.
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
Q3. How important is genre in marketing a book?
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Seth Wagerman Jun 13
Enjoyed my first night ever in NYC! But as a Hobbit-hearted human, I'm going to need all of your favorite bakeries/diners/restaurants/places to shove foodstuffs into your pieholes now! Whatcha got for me?
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Dianna Gunn Jun 13
So since we don't have an official topic... Anyone have a serious writing problem you'd like help tackling?
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
A1. Raven grew up in a gated community called Ironhaven, where she lived with her father, brother, Ace, and sister, River. Conflict between humans and gifteds was common. At 17, Raven and her family moved to the compound, and have lived underground ever since.
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Crìs Is A Writer Person Jun 13
a2 Loads, since it's a satire. As many as I can fit. They have reality tv with magic mirrors, and the fans have Ship Wars, big tavern brawls over their ships, and there's cosplay. They are trying to embrace marketing but it's always really bad.
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Of The Wilds Jun 20
Hi there ! Are we a thing tonight? If so, the dragon is here!
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Mackenzie Belcastro Jun 20
Take the kid out of fiction and it’ll come right back in her nonfiction. 😅 I miss my fairies. How are you guys!!?💕
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Fedell Price Jun 19
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Lacey London Jun 14
You know you're a writer when your coffee is telling you something...
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Fedell Price Jun 15
"When I'm , things rarely go according to plan. You might as well let the character take over and enjoy the ride." ~ K.N. LEE
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Mynightprayerwords Jun 20
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
Thanks for your cooperation tonight, friends. I promise, once these computer issues are resolved, we'll get back into our routine.
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Goody Belletrist Jun 13
A3: Genre matters because it determines how you might best reach your audience. Huge misfire when a book is falsely described as something it's not!
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Kelly Phillips Jun 13
A2a: Humans settled Thelios after fleeing a likely extinction-level event on Earth, so they brought some terrestrial things with them, but it's fair to say that generations in space, new environment, etc. would impact evolution of what they brought.
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Jessica Ingold Jun 13
A2. While most of the story takes place underground, the communities on the surface are loosely inspired by real-life ghost towns like Pripyat, Ukraine after the Chernobyl disaster (minus the radiation). Also, security is EVERYWHERE, all the time.
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