May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.

Mal ,'Bushwhacked'


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hippocampus - Jan 03, 2020 9:09:35 am PST #6592 of 6626
not your mom's socks.

Yes, in this case, the whole plan seems to be: PROFIT!

I just cried in my tea as I spit it on the monitor


Amy - Jan 03, 2020 2:09:50 pm PST #6593 of 6626
Because books.

Sorry. ::bats eyelashes::


erikaj - Jan 05, 2020 3:03:48 pm PST #6594 of 6626
This machine kills fascists

Didn't know we were related.


hippocampus - Jan 06, 2020 9:41:58 am PST #6595 of 6626
not your mom's socks.

hahaha


erikaj - Jan 06, 2020 12:46:04 pm PST #6596 of 6626
This machine kills fascists

OK, so I seem to be writing a campaign-themed rom-com, even though my life has more com than rom. Basically, I've got a character whose high school bf resurfaced in a fit of nostalgia...she has a new boyfriend, so she lied about it...it was just my instinct that she would, but I'm not sure why...


-t - Jan 06, 2020 3:40:55 pm PST #6597 of 6626
Well, not where I'm from. But maybe I'm not there anymore

That sounds fun, erika


erikaj - Jan 08, 2020 11:55:52 am PST #6598 of 6626
This machine kills fascists

You think? That's good to read, because it started as a combination of "write what you know," and something to think about when I am upset.


erikaj - Jan 24, 2020 1:30:46 pm PST #6599 of 6626
This machine kills fascists

I wrote a poem this week. [link]


Amy - Feb 03, 2020 8:57:35 am PST #6600 of 6626
Because books.

I miss my old writers group. I found it through RWA when I was living near Syracuse, and it was a few of the women from that chapter meeting I think it was twice monthly to talk and critique. We had a lot of fun, but we also really provided not only support but great critique on ideas and works in progress.

And right now, I am struggling to get writing again. I've been wrestling with one idea for too long, and I've started and restarted it about a dozen times now, and I can't get anywhere. But I feel like I'm in a bell jar. S. was a terrible husband but he was a great sounding board, and I used to bounce ideas off him all the time, and even talk through plot points.

Mostly I'm just whining, I guess. And trying to figure out how/if I want to start some kind of local group. Not that it's going to make writing any easier, but at least I'd have some company?


Toddson - Feb 03, 2020 12:23:50 pm PST #6601 of 6626
Always support bacteria. They're the only culture some people have.

If you're writing something, um, erotic and need a euphemism for genitalia, here are some that have been used in fan fiction.