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L. Limpkin
Child of God. Writer. Currently working on the first in a fantasy trilogy. You can read the first chapters on !
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L. Limpkin 12m
Never happened to me. I did find some scenes harder to write, on occasion, but I wrote them anyway.
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L. Limpkin 17m
Replying to @nadinebells
I like all of yours but "Writer's block isn't real" in particular. What is writer's block, anyway?
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L. Limpkin 31m
Replying to @LombardEmma
I write in different ways, depending on my mood... can't pick just one.
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L. Limpkin 32m
Replying to @authorcgalvez
Short one... I always prefer shorter ones.
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L. Limpkin 37m
Replying to @Sutton_Rose214
36
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L. Limpkin 40m
Replying to @ImALonelyWriter
A mystery without much violence or sex, where the investigator is not a professional.
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L. Limpkin 42m
Thanks for the tag!
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L. Limpkin 43m
Replying to @authormelissa
Thank you!
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L. Limpkin 16h
Replying to @DruHealy
I used to read rom when I was a teen cause I read my mom's books and it's all she had. It's predictable and most attempts to write smth different make the books even worse. Not much to work with, I agree. I don't read it now. In fact, only 1 story caught my interest in 15 years.
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L. Limpkin 16h
Replying to @midnightmuser1
No sex scenes, no babies being killed... can't think of anything else now but I probably have other limits too
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L. Limpkin 16h
I feel like writing a cozy mystery story. Could be my next project... after I finish writing my current trilogy.
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L. Limpkin 16h
Replying to @K_FarrellAuthor
Took a few days off. I usually start small and increase my daily word count towards the end. I end up writing 5-7k words every day for about a week.
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L. Limpkin 16h
Replying to @jodysneed
I will try various combinations as the font for the title on the first is not convincing. Thanks!
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L. Limpkin 16h
Replying to @Douglewars
Yes! It's so hard to say what my book is about in a few words. I can do it with other books easily.
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L. Limpkin 19h
Replying to @K_FarrellAuthor
Close to one month, 70k words.
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Meg - The Littlest Bookshelf 19h
There's only one ever novel I've not finished... on PURPOSE. I just couldn't bring myself to finish it. It was the second in a series and I just did not like it, for plenty of reasons. , what does it take for you to stop reading a book?
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L. Limpkin 19h
Replying to @jmkurtenbach
Thanks for the suggestion!
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L. Limpkin 19h
Replying to @MorganGDelaney
Thank you, this means a lot!
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L. Limpkin 22h
Replying to @SophKWrites
Lol so am I
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L. Limpkin 22h
Replying to @SophKWrites
Not that familiar with those genres. I prefer sci-fi and fantasy, if it's not mainstream. But good books are hard to find in any genre.
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