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Rambling Writer

Our job is not to give readers what they want; our job is to show them things they never imagined. --Walt Williams

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Plotbunnies I Can't Get Rid Of · 3:37pm January 26th

I've got a lot of ideas bouncing around my head and I feel like I'll go nuts if I can't get them out. But I've got more ambition than I do time, so the odds of getting them out are slim. But I've got some people who think I'm interesting here; might as well tell them what's bouncing around my head. Here's what I've been thinking about:

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In Which I Read Twilight for Self-Improvement · 3:50pm Dec 8th, 2017

It's said that one of the best ways to improve your writing is to read. It helps expose you to new ideas and styles and can inspire you. It's also said that it's easier to define why something is bad than why something is good. Declaring something to be bad usually has very concrete reasoning behind it, while declaring something to be good can be a lot more nebulous.

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Comment posted by TheKMExperience deleted April 13th

Go right ahead. You don't need to pass it to me; you can sell it yourself.

Merry Christmas!

I am interested in creating a print of your stories “Best Hell Ever” and “Heaven of a Hell,” probably on Lulu, and was wondering if that was alright with you.

I may create it for myself either way, but without receiving your blessing, I will keep it 100% private, and will not share it in any way. However if you were interested, I can share it with you privately, and if it passes your inspection, we can make it available publicly, or pass control of it to you on LuLu / etc. I would obviously sell it at-cost and make absolutely no profit myself.

Thank you very much! If only I could find this in my earlier searches, instead of just cars. :facehoof:

I stumbled upon this Wikipedia article while looking at stuff about runes and it expanded from there (very slightly; I couldn't find much on the Internet). I wanted to use something with a basis in the real world rather than vaguely mystical-looking sketches.

Hello Rambling Writer,
I finished Hinterlands a short while back, and I've been wondering where you got the concept for stavic magic from. My own research into the matter, both on the web and within my own (admittedly limited) collection of mythology and occult literature hasn't really yielded anything. I've seen a couple other authors use similar imagery for things like title pictures, but you're the only one in memory who mentioned it by name in the actual story. Thank you in advance for your time.

Hello, Rambling Writer. New user here. I just wanted to tell you that you write amazingly well. As in, your stories are incredible, especially your comedy ones. Thank you for those wonderful moments I spent reading your works.

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