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TailWeaver: Blog

March 23, 2017
Posted at 1:39 pm
 

A note on style

I tend to have a lot of internal dialogue/thoughts for my characters, and I've played around with various ways to 'show' that, italicizing thoughts, putting 'blah blah blah' Niki thought, etc...and never really liked any of it -- so, the current mishmash of plot, description, speaking, and internal thought is what seems to work. Though, if someone has a good idea on how better to dilineate stream of consciousness thoughts from the rest, I would not mind hearing about it, or seeing an example.

Since the feedback I've gotten (thank you by the way) has been mostly positive, I assume everyone 'gets' it...but, perhaps the ones who hate the story either don't like that style...or the substance - I may not have had enough warning in the synopsis (? another stray thought).

Anyhow, really glad folks are enjoying, I love to hear from you, even short one liners like _ keep going...OMG more..and Niki did WHA??"

March 20, 2017
Posted at 1:20 pm
Updated: March 21, 2017 - 12:02 pm
 

A bit better organized- i hope

Those who saw the original story, Niki's Strange Day, that is now Chapter 6 of Niki's Descent.


Closing chapter(s) of Niki's Descent will be up soon, and another Story started - further adventures of Niki and Max.


Do have other stories working on that are not connected, stay tuned.

March 19, 2017
Posted at 12:09 pm
 

Apologies - reposting due to human error

Reposting in order, as it was not easy to switch back and forth between two time lines. The previous 'Niki's Strange Day" will return once we reach that point in time...

March 17, 2017
Posted at 5:03 pm
 

Welcome

Having been telling/sharing stories for a while, and decided to finally try and make something out of them. Very rough at the moment, I expect to improve the flow over time.

Most of my ideas/stories explode out of some back and forth story writing, so there may be some oddities that are still in there when dealing with multiple points of view interspersed in one plot....though it appears to make sense to me for a first pass.