Could I Ever Be A Writer/Author?Hmmmm, could I ever be a Writer/Author?Could I Ever Be A Writer/Author?3 hours ago in Personal
Whether it's an Author for Books
Whether it's a Story Writer (For Film(s), Game(s), Comic(s), TV Show(s), etc)
I really feel like it's something I could either fall back on or have a Side Job
Considering I really, really wanna work in the Game Industry or Film Industry, why not put my Writing Skills to use and be a Writer of sorts for both or either of them?
I mean, I could be a Story Arch Writer. So, Write Stories for Episode(s) of TV Shows, possibly Script Writer for a Film or Play or something or just a Story Arch Writer again. Perhaps a Story Arch Writer for a Game.
Maybe even a Character Writer (I think something like that exists, they do write ups of Characters and their Info as well as their Backstories, Descriptions for their Designs and sometimes possible Dialogue??) O.o
Hmmm, just considering it... Cuz I really enjoy Writing and I love to Read too so it could be a PERFECT Job for me when i'm older ^.^
Whadya think? (Pl
First Exploration: Cactus Ruckus and Gabite FightsWarrior DogsFirst Exploration: Cactus Ruckus and Gabite Fights6 hours ago in General Fiction
First Exploration: Cactus Ruckus and Gabite Fights
Now that Inu and Senshi were officially Explorers they were determined to start working. They quickly introduced themselves to Luke and went to the Wear and Flair Accessories shop to pick out their standard issued accessories. Inu chose a large armband to wear as a collar, a decision that Chantelle thought of atrocious, and Senshi chose a black vest. Between you and me he originally wanted an orange one, but Chantelle refused on the grounds of it being a "fashion nightmare." When the guilds left for Cactus Fields they came across Maumivu and Mateso, a Gengar and Weavile respectively. Now these two will be important, and we're going to see a lot of them so you better used to them now.
"I can't believe the guild let two wimps like these join," Maumivu whispered to Mateso. A normal pokémon wouldn't be able to hear given the distance, but Inu had exceptional hearing, even
Little Accomplice [Chapter 1][Hiei x Child!Reader]Little Accomplice [Chapter 1][Hiei x Child!Reader]2 hours ago in Fantasy
Lost in the Snow
Cold. Windy. Alone. The bitter bite of the winter air nipped harshly at your reddened cheeks. Step by step, your tiny feet sink into the deep snow. You'd simply forgotten how long you'd been out here in the dangerzone, but it had been long enough for your teeth to start chattering. Any time now, you felt like collapsing into the blanket of snow, but it was mere willpower that kept you on your toes, nevermind how chilled you were. It was important to keep blood circulating while it could. But even though that was a positive to this journey... the odds were that you'd end up dying there.
Eyes beginning to brim with tears, you trudged onwards with determination. You had no clue of your goal, but the objective then and there was to find shelter - and fast. Nevertheless... how could you know if there was any shelter at all
Connor Thorn, Messiah (TM): Chapter 10-2Connor Thorn, Messiah (TM): Chapter 10-24 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters
Connor Thorn, Messiah (™): Chapter 10 (Part 2)
Rewind a few moments, now.
It was with a clear, and irrationally-fixated-upon, mission in mind that Connor Thorn made his not-so-graceful descent to the ground outside the Scapestrider, in rather narrow avoidance of toppling down onto his mentor in the process… partly due to him not being entirely in his right mind here, yes, but with it still begging restating that this did seem like an awfully dangerous mechanism for when multiple people were exiting the vehicle. Thorn found himself paying little mind in regards to what the others were up to at this time (and were expected to remain doing for hours to come), and spent likewise little time in their presence before setting off on his own. Granted, now, of the seven people comprising his current company, only two of them were objects of personal attachment for, or even had their names or any other identifying distinctions known to, Thorn, so relatively speak