It's not that I do not want to compromise, but more than I want to find a coauthor who is just as interested in the ideas, setup and characters as I am, so compromise will not be needed. I've had these ideas for awhile, and honestly part of the reason for signing up to E was attempting this setup. I've had success with this setup in another RP community and have found a couple of awesome coauthors, but unfortunately they went poof and the community is pretty much dead.
Being unwilling/having no desire to change anything to attract a writing partner because you want exactly what you want as you have laid it out in your interest thread is pretty much exactly not wanting to compromise. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, you want your story a specific way because apparently you have played it out this way on some other site, but E isn't like any other site out there that I've ever found, as a literary community.
It seems two major details were missed. 1) They are all related, three of the characters are sisters, the other is their cousin(same age as the youngest sister). Each sister roughly two years apart. 2) They all 'suffer' from the same condition that runs in the family: nymphomania(the version explained).
Why not 19? What is wrong with 19? Figured that most people start collage around 18 or 19 years of age. The ages can be adjusted a wee bit, 19 just seemed like a good age to me They could very well have taken a year off, that would be open for discussion. The main point being that at the start of the scenes, they both have moved into the apartment that the four of them now share and are attending collage. As for why having to attended collage, it just seems like a good setup and reason for the four of them to be now sharing an apartment together, it could be discussed of course, but just curious, what is wrong with having them go to collage?
As for the names, you're right, they aren't really that important and can easily be changed. As for the length, I realize it's a bit long but at the same time I want to make sure things are explained properly with hopefully as little confusion/misunderstandings as possible.
What is the average posting rate for most people on E? Several times a week might indeed be a bit two much, but would like a least twice a week.
Thank you all for the advice and input, it is greatly appreciated and can never have too much!
I'll be trying to rework things a bit and loosen up a few things in the main post as well as clarifying just what is set in stone and a deal-breaker to change, and what isn't.
The problem again here E.F.A. is that the way the story is presented seems, as Rogue pointed out, like the characters are being forced together. Which happens in stories, yes, but generally writing partners like to have a hand in that sort of thing as well. Housing dilemmas and such can be fun bits to roleply. Why not start them out NOT living together, and take a bit of time in the story to write why they might find it a good idea to share a place? Discussions, worry, things leading up to it? If you are just looking for this story to be smut without a lot of plot, then having everything prefabricated isn't as much of a big deal. But if you want real drama for it, you are far better off letting the relationships build and flesh out. Along with that, having them all be around the same age and attending the same college feels a bit forced. Would they all get the same scholarships and such? Why not ramp up the tension a bit, have one of them not be able to afford college, or decide not to attend, but willing to live with the others to save on rent?
Would she or shi resent the others after a while for advancing themselves when she/shi couldn't or wouldn't? Would they resent her having more money and not having to study? Would she be forced or pressured to pay more of the rent because of that? What would she ask for in return? I can see what you are going for, the shape of it, but honestly there doesn't seem to be a lot of depth to it as presented. All from loving nurturing households, all arrangements already made for them. The model references for others characters, the names. I know you've said that you would take a look at being more flexible with those things, but still, put together as is it seems like it might fall flat with so many life speedbumps smoothed out to make it easier to focus on the sexytimes.
As for posting rate on E, I think the average per story is probably 1 post a week. More for some folks, less for others, but many writers here tend to work a good number of hours, have husbands/wives and/or kids, other responsibilities. And many folks have found that posting too often, or feeling that pressure to post more often than they can comfortably do so can cause story burnout rather quickly.
Hopefully I didn't come off as overly critical, that is/was certainly not my intention, but these were my thoughts. Hope they help!