Throw them out there for us. And, if you want to check out my story, Caleb quoted me earlier. The whole first chapter is there. Let me know what you think.
I have a story, well, a lot of one.. . but I'm not sure what the best way to share it is? A wall of text? Links? A summary? As a noob I wonder what you, who seem to have some experience with this, think?I really liked it, CalebHara. Nice job. I just completed two more chapters to my murder mystery, but I'm going to wait to post until I have a lot more done.
I'll be honest, I've had my head buried in writing this thing for so long (near 20 years) a lot of the easy stuff is eluded me, I really haven't thought about distribution in any means until very recently. I use google docs literally every day, I have no idea how that simple process slipped my mind.Indeed, all you have to do is copy paste what you have from whatever other writing tool you're using and make the document shareable.
Thank you my good man.I really liked it, CalebHara. Nice job. I just completed two more chapters to my murder mystery, but I'm going to wait to post until I have a lot more done.
She looked like a part of the interaction in the painting, so I felt like I had to mention her. And thank you sir, I appreciate the feedback.Getting back into TYM with MK11 on the horizon and saw this thread--super cool. I’ve been writing since college (which feels kind of forever ago now, lol), and I’ve started to stream writing on Twitch if anyone would like to pop by and talk shop.
Btw, @CalebHara, enjoyed your most recent piece. I’ve heard the “dialogue only” exercise recommended before, but never tried it myself. I think you pulled it off well. I’m not quite sure why the woman is there since she doesn’t speak, but even so, I found the way you ended the story satisfying.
I really liked this. Good job. Very cerebral. But I can see it not being everyone’s cup of tea.https://moreartwithlessmatter.com/2019/05/30/the-citadel-of-you/
Wrote another thing, took time on this one instead of just pumping out whatever comes to mind. It's long but if anyone decides to get through it they're guaranteed good luck and perfect karma for all eternity. So serial killers, here's your chance to make up for your wrongdoings.^
Thank you for your feedback as always. If you remember, what were the errors? I'm not a great proofreader so it'd be a good help if I could correct them.Okay. I read it. It wasn't long, lol. Not bad, CalebHara. I wan't blown away by it, but it wasn't bad. I think you could compress it a bit. It seemed like you cou;ld have written the same thing with far fewer words is all I'm saying. I don't know. I drifted off a few times. Maybe because I'm a bit old myself and didn't want to think about your narrative. IDK. I saw some errors here and there, but they didn't take away much from the reading. I do like the comparisons you make and the word choices throughout are good. Like I said, IDK. Maybe I was expecting their to be a character or two, and not just me and different versions of myself at different times of my life. Maybe I'll read it again. I think I liked your other stuff a bit better. But it's pretty good.
Thank you my good man, much appreciated. If you do happen to jot something down that is too good for the trash can throw it up, I'd love to read it.I really liked this. Good job. Very cerebral. But I can see it not being everyone’s cup of tea.
I just came across this thread and I too am a fledgling writer. I have nothing I would be willing to post yet as I mostly write for the trash can.