|I'm currently writing...||
…an erotic science fiction novel. The erotic part is very explicit and is central to the story and it’s development. I have dropped my threesome into a world where they must make a choice between the Empire they serve or the alien race they have discovered. I am not a natural plotter of stories, for the most part I write a scene first so I can get to know the characters and plot around that. Last work count was 33k and I think I’ve got the end of it done. I have begun to think it might work as a set of stories. 3 books even.
|Are you pursuing publication?|
|What I want in an awesome Critique Partner||
Encouragement & support as as I am new to critiquing
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|How often can you give & receive feedback?|
|What is your writing experience?||
An idea hamster who has never gotten to the last hurdle of actually publishing something
|My writing influences are...|
|Books I enjoy reading||
We can go with the 5 current half read ones; Cyroburn by L.M. Bujold, Physik by A. Sage, In Service by Mima, A History of the World in 100 Objects by N. MacGregor and Real Sex for Real Women by L. Berman. (I enjoy my research projects)
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|More About Me||
I am late bloomer and perpetual starter of things. I am best described as an idea hamster, I am never short of ideas, only time. As a writer I do not consider myself to be very good at the mechanics of the English language; spelling and punctuation are not my strong points. As a critique partner I would be most useful as someone who looks at character building or even world building. Ideas are what I do best. I have always been interested in Science Fiction and Fantasy because Science Fiction lets the author use their limitless imagination to tell whatever story they wish. I only discovered the erotica genre recently but I like it. I have always enjoyed reading about men and women and relationships. Erotica just takes the covers off the bed and lets you get right in there with characters. Since I am a disciple of the write-what-you-know principle I would not be able to offer much in the way of critiquing a BDSM piece, I don’t mind reading it, I just wouldn’t be able to offer much towards authenticity. I have never gotten anything I’ve written to the published point so I haven’t much advice to offer in that arena either. But I do love a good story and am willing to exchange work if you are interested.
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