@patrick-lauseractive 2 days, 23 hours ago
Hello! Thank you! Where are you in Ireland? We live near the Cork airport (almost twelve years now).
Hello @emberynus-the-dragonslayer aka Ember!
Who knows? You might be able to come over to Ireland and stay at our house! We’ve actually had quite a few people do so, it’s very handy (we’re within ten minutes walk to the airport). I might be able to help with your Irish character, particularly if it’s in a more modern context.
What ghost stories…[Read more]
Thank you @naiya-dyani ! I’m not sure if Watership Down counts as low Fantasy, but it is one of my favourite books of all time. Shardik, by the same author, I think would also be low Fantasy, and is also very interesting, but for a very different readership than for Watership Down, if you understand me.
I usually tend to the surreal – if you like…[Read more]
I’m Patrick Lauser, raised in the Pacific Northwest, been in Ireland for almost twelve years. The name of my company is A Servant of The Author. I have a bigger beard than Mr. Daeus.
@daeus-lamb Hello! I started a topic but it didn’t show up. I tried submitting again and it said it was a duplicate; when I checked in my profile it said I hadn’t started any topics; is it held for moderation because it’s my first one?
Patrick Lauser commented on the post, Should Christians Write Stories Just to Express Themselves? 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Everything can be done for the right or wrong reason, or in a right or wrong way. Self-expression doesn’t excuse laziness or indecency or foolishness, but it is not inherently self-serving or self-centred only because it has the word “self” in it: in many ways self-expression is a form of self-sacrifice: honesty, vulnerability, humility,…[Read more]