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  • Code Turned Crime
    Code Turned Crime
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    by Fee✨
  • Fee✨
    1 years agoReply
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    This is pure gold. Spitting straight fire
    peepstasy
    peepstasy
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    peepstasy? ecstasy + lil peep = my favourite combination. you will see a lot of rendition, it is made that way. every single word, is written in a moment of weakness, or at a time i have felt vulnerable...
    Oliver JLR
    1 years ago
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    thank you very much!
  • Fee✨
    1 years agoReply
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    Horror and science fiction are the genres I tend to stick to when writing, so I relate to this problem. When writing a few stories I came across this same issue. In my opinion, it's more of a preference. Some people like mild violence and others enjoy the extra information and description. Personally, I prefer the description as it makes it more interesting and plays to my emotions a little more. I'm sure if the reader didn't like the severity of violence then they would stop reading, so it isn't really your problem. Just have fun writing the type of stories you enjoy without having to cap your writing because of others ^~^
    Fee✨
    1 years ago
    I was writing a short story a while ago about a serial killer and I felt the same way you did, questioning whether or not a potential audience would find me weird or desensitised for including so much detail on such topics. The technique I used was to focus on what the killer was feeling, such as a twisted sense of power or happiness from the act, instead of including details about the gore. For the story I was writing, the pain of loss wouldn't have been relevant, as the killer was so desensitised and frankly didn't care. I think the strategy is custom to what you're writing and what the situation is like, I am happy that that strategy worked out well. Anyways I'm glad that you are happy with the way your story has turned out!
    Ninja Togepi
    1 years ago
    Thanks man! And also, thank you for sharing your thoughts. I do enjoy discussing topics about stories and writing, and I'm always looking to learn as much as I can. So I appreciate you taking the time to respond. ^o^
    (PS do you think you'll ever share that short story on Movellas? It sounds quite intriguing! >_<)
    Fee✨
    1 years ago
    No problem! It's honestly relieving to hear that I wasn't the only one being faced with this issue. As for the story I might release it after I'm finished with the one I'm writing now, I guess we'll see :3
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