SEEKING A WRITER OF INTERACTIVE STORYLINES; YOU MAY BE A RIGHT-FIT IF:
you REALLY want to write,
you believe making an interesting character is more important than 'shipping a specific pair of faces,
you are spectacular with plot twists and mysteries,
you are able to lead as well as follow,
you know the difference between descriptive character action and dialog vs. walls of thoughts and feelings,
you actually read posts, and don't just skim,
you love drama and action and passion and unpredictability in stories,
you will play a female (or extremely feminine) character,
you have more muse and inspiration than you know what to do with,
you crave to write & need this like oxygen,
you love the edgy, dark stuff,
you aren't squeamish and full of limits on fictitious subject matter,
you are not personally offended by fiction stories & characters,
you know the difference between fiction and reality,
you are not obsessive-compulsive over word-counts,
you are preferably over 25 (More happiness if you are over 30!),
you think plot-spoilers are boring; you would much rather surprise me (and be surprised by me).
Still interested? Contact Me: Discord Final Note:I'm neither interested in 1x1, nor in joining another board beyond the one I already write on.
I'll try to post daily (sometimes several times per day); prefer the same from a writing partner.
3-5 paragraphs is my comfy-zone, or however much is sufficient to move the story along and give other people's characters something to respond to.
I write mostly male characters; prefer MxF pairings. I do, however, write for a slew of (player-controlled) male, female & other NPC's to fill up scenes in threads.
My NPC's are not free-for-all's for anyone and/or everyone to control; make your own.
No limits or triggers.
It's all fiction to me.
If SEX is part of the story, I'm fine with writing anything, but note that the keyword is 'story' — no interest in plotless, sex-driven threads or directionless, slice-of-life threads.
I'm up for writing most anything (in the above-mentioned pairings), as long as there's actually a plot goal and it's moving. Some plot-leading contribution from writing partners is greatly appreciated!