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  • 195 weeks
    I am bad at keeping promises.

    Around mid-January of this year I told myself 'It's been 4 years, I need to get this story to a certain point before its anniversary.'

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  • 199 weeks
    i'm alive?

    Lost the job,

    School again because class scheduling was fucked

    book?

    I don't even fucking know anymore . . .

    I swear to god, I'm actually working on the next chapter right now.

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  • 216 weeks
    The Briefest of Updates

    So, what have I been doing? Well . . .

    I got a job
    Started another Spring semester.
    The book is still happening . . .

    And some other irrelevant shit.

    See y'all around.
    (I promise, the stories aren't 'dead' . . . I just have a bunch of shit to do right now.)

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  • 226 weeks
    Going to a four year college. (And why I said 'fuck that')

    Being a doctor or a physicist is great and all, but you're really more likely to just sink yourself in student debt and still not end up with a well paying job.

    My advice: Go pick up a trade.

    Be a plumber, electrician, carpenter, etc . . . the world needs more of those.

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  • 228 weeks
    Music Spotlight #11:

    Dammit, Shaun, this is hilarious.
    (And relatable on some levels.).

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May
19th
2017

Legitimate question: · 3:53pm May 19th, 2017

For those who have read everything up to the current chapter, you know that the main character has decided to rebuild his car.

My question to you all is: Would it be better to just sort of gloss over the process, or go into detail?

Skipping the details of the process allows the story to progress at a faster rate, but also takes away chances for character development, backstory, etc . .

Going into detail will likely slow everything down considerably, but leaves lots of room for the above mentioned character interactions and other shenanigans.

Which one do y'all think is better?

Comments ( 1 )

I personally like the idea of going into detail, if only for more character interactions & such.

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