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Author Topic: Seeking Simply Fantasy (F for M)  (Read 232 times)

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Offline JsHLDantesTopic starter

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Seeking Simply Fantasy (F for M)
« on: February 08, 2015, 11:27:13 PM »
I'm seeking a writing partner who becomes absorbed in their character, in how my character interacts, in seduction, subtlety, story-telling, world-building...
I'd prefer to do like in tabletop gaming - create the characters, create a setting, and then begin.  Not too into pre-formed plots, as long as our characters don't end up running in opposite directions!  This is why developing a backstory for your character is so important.

I'm a lover of fantasy and romance, mostly along the lines of Tolkien's works from the Silmarillion to Lord of The Rings, Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series, Stephen R Donaldson, Anne Rice, and last but not least Dungeons and Dragons.   Movies that inspire me include the oldies: Dragonslayer, Excaliber, Conan; and LotR. 

Really, subtlety and seduction are so very important. 
And a level of mature thinking.  Please also review O/Os

I will post once a day, or more if you are game. 
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The only reason why I might not is that IRL I have a disabling condition that sometimes raises it's ugly head.  This can make life...difficult, and posting would suffer.
But for the most part when I am trapped in recovery mode, being on the computer is an easy thing.

« Last Edit: February 09, 2015, 05:08:08 AM by JsHLDantes »