NOT AN UKE: A Lesson -script-NOT AN UKE: A Lesson -script-5 years ago in Comedy
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NOT AN UKE: A LESSON BY KOLYA
Chibi!Boz: Warning: This is a rant, and a violent one. Some content may not be suitable for all audiences--especially if you're a huge fan of clichés. Note that it takes a lot to get Kolya upset, but when he gets there, he stays there. (I would know, I live with him.) Thank you.
Kolya: Hello, my name is Kolya. Most of you probably don't know me, because my writer doesn't finish anything.
Kolya: Comparison time.
KOLYA 6' tall, not shiny-eyed, irritable, actual muscle-mass, tan, 31
CLASSIC UKE 5'6" tall, shiny-eyed, whiny, skinny, fair-skinned, ~15
Kolya: The classification of uke and the popularity of the twink-type make it damn hard for male submissives in any fandom. Because I bottom, people assume I should fit one or both standards.
Kolya: And clearly, I do not.
Kolya: I do not speak with a lilt.
Kolya: I have a dick, and I can use it.
Kolya: I have body hair. (Though I don't exhibit it, like some people.)
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NaNo is Around the CornerOnce again, we find ourselves getting ready for the insanity that is NaNoWriMo. If you've never heard of it, NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month. That means in the span of thirty days, participants will write 50,000 words.NaNo is Around the Corner1 year ago in Literature Features
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1,667 words per day if they're writing every day.
2,273 words per day if they're only writing on weekdays.
6,250 words per day if they're only writing on weekends.
Either way it's a pretty hefty feat, and not something to walk into unprepared. Even if you're a "by the seat of your pants" type of writer.
Which is where planning and plotting come in. Sure, if you're a pantser, you can sit down and bang out a couple chapters, maybe a whole book, but can you do it in a month? Probably not. At least not without a little bit of preparation. For all the pantsers and everyone else, compiled here is a short list of things to keep in mind, ways to prepare, what no