@anne_the_noob14 If you want any chance to recover your data, <b>do not save anything to the flash drive.</b>
@catwing is right that when you delete a file it only removes a record that the file exists, not the actual data. As a result, there is software that exists that can attempt to recover deleted files. However, if you save something else to…[Read more]
Well, another publishing option would be to create your own blog or website to publish your work on. This would probably be a lot of work. People would have to find your website, so you would have to figure out how to market it. To make money you could still use a Patreon account or you could look into advertising (or both). You could also…[Read more]
@i-david Well, technically the sun’s light isn’t from fire. It’s from a nuclear fusion reaction.
This caused me to realize that nuclear reactions are another way of generating heat. However, you would have to think through if the technology necessary to develop nuclear reactors requires fire.
It is pretty hard to think about…[Read more]
Based on a quick count (I may have counted some people twice or missed people because I thought I already counted them), here are the number of personality types who have responded to this thread:
- INTJ – 7
- INFJ – 6
- ENFP – 6
- INTP – 5
- INFP – 5
- ENFJ – 1
- ENTP – 1
- ISFP – 1
I was wondering if some personality types that were prevalent among writers (…or at least prevalent among writers who join online forums and are into personality types…). Maybe this thread will help me figure that out. For example, I’ve noticed a lot of INTJ’s on this site, but that could just be because I notice people who have my p…[Read more]
@lady-iliara I’ve read that Steampunk is a subgenre of Speculative Fiction, specifically Science Fiction. Steampunk involves technology and alternative history which are science fiction concepts.
I’ve always liked writing fantasy because of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings. I like how I can use my imagination to build my own worlds.
However, recently I have started writing fiction set in the real world. I use world building to connect several story ideas together.
What is the difference between contemporary fiction, realistic fiction, modern fiction, and mainstream fiction?
Is realistic fiction a broad category that includes contemporary fiction, modern fiction, and historical fiction?
For example, does it work like this?
Several Years ago, I met @daeus-lamb through the Bible Bee. I later learned about his website (thescratchingquill.com) and started following it. From there I somehow discovered that he wrote for Kingdom Pen and started reading some of their articles. After that I subscribed to their newsletter and started reading some of the forum posts. From the…[Read more]