@mischievous-thwaplingActive 3 weeks, 4 days ago
The idea was simply this: Zanar woudl write words on Riure’s forearm for her to feel out. Assuming they used the same alphabet. And Lord Castle let them do that. And Riure was sensitive enough to feel it out.
In other words, it wasn’t a very good plan. But it was all they had.
Zanar tapped her shoulder – or she assumed it was Zanar. She put her…[Read more]
Holly sure didn’t seem very happy about trusting the stranger, but Lagoron could tell the humans needed rest – and to be perfectly honest, he did too. So he let Radiance follow him to the fire as the smell of roasting meat burned his nostrils.
The camp was simple but cozy, with the small fire, nook of trees, and blankets scattered on the ground.…[Read more]
Joelle Stone replied to the topic Thinking of Starting a Bog… Wanna Answer Some Questions? in the forum General Writing Discussions 6 days ago
I DID IT!! I now have a blog at thepentoinspire.wordpress.com, so thx for helping me out, everyone!
Also, tagging a few people who might be interested in the blog…
(Sorry for disappearing!!)
There was a pause as Master Klein seemed to consider Riure’s question. “Yeah,” he finally said. “Its cool. Just whisper. Don’t be afraid to question each other’s plans. If everyone is thinking the same, no one is thinking.”
Riure slumped in her chair as relief crackled through…[Read more]
Oof, sry for not critiquing! Life has been just about as hectic as it gets. XD And Bekah, I’m SO SO sorry (especially since your story is awesome), but IDT I’ll have the time/mental energy to critique, and since I told Skylarynn I’d critique hers first, I’m gonna go ahead and stick with her. I’m still reading yours though…[Read more]
I can try. . . I have about zero idea how to critique though xD *decides that I need to learn*
I’ve been rather busy of late, but I’ll be sure to critique next time I post.
“Alright. Lets do this.” Klein’s voice was muted, but he spoke slowly and enunciated clearly. Riure cocked her head to listen better. “The green cards are used to move. The grey cards are used to attack. You can only use one per turn. DON’T TELL ME WHAT YOU HAVE.”
Wow. Riure fought back a smile. That must be important.
“There should be a c…[Read more]
Hey, welcome back (and we’ll miss you)! Thx for letting us know. 😉
Yeah, that’s what I thought too, but I figured that we had decided to just write the RP first and after we’re finished see if we wanna pour the work in to make it into a book. Honestly, it’s a LOT of work to make it even remotely close to book-form. *glances at @misch…[Read more]
At last, I have arrived! Okay, so sorry 😔
So, I have like 2 weeks left of school. I’m almost done, then I can actually like think about this? Yes, okay. (Well just so you know though I’ll be out of town June 12-18) but outside of that I can write.
Throwing in my thoughts from the RP-ing thread…[Read more]
“Do you know what to do, Zanar?”
It was the girl. She was beginning to panic. The boy paused, surveying the trap that Klein was in.
“Did I forget to mention that you are being timed? If you lose the game or if you fail to finish in the appointed time limit, there will be, shall we say, conse…[Read more]
*trembles in terror* Yes ma’am! Yes ma’am!!
Just don’t send the peanut-butter dogs after me.XD
Aha, three of our quartet is here! And to answer the questions:
- I don’t think it matters. A few various ideas we tossed around were having the story start off when the contestants realized they were going to be sent to the Cullings (although that might be repetitive), or, as you said, we could start with…
“Suilad,” Lagoron said to the stranger, using the Elvish tongue. This was a good way to test the stranger’s species. “Man i eneth lîn?”
The man cocked his head to one side. “Uh… what did you say?”
Lagoron sighed and completed a mental shrug. “I said, ‘Greetings. What is your name?'”
“Oh. I guess it don’t matter much if you lot know my name. I…[Read more]
“Hey, can you hear me!” the soldier shouted. “Hey! You gotta help me with this one!”
Riure followed the sound of his voice and suddenly found her feet knocked out from beneath her. A small cry slipped out of her mouth as she fell, but something was beneath her and stayed her fall. A chair? She cautiously reached out, her fingers brushing against…[Read more]
Through the pain in her abdomen Arundelle only heard one word: “Caitir.” She halted and Artham glanced at her in concern.
“Are you okay?”
Arundelle bit her lip. Something about that name… something that tickled the back of her memory. But a fresh stab of agony shot it out of her mind as she gasped and leaned on Artham’s arm. “No,” she said.…[Read more]
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