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Trying to live one day at a time, every second of every day.
Sad, but, sweet.
Imagination is power.

  • Jade Wolffe

    mumbled "Question"

    I am writing in the third person. The story itself is in the present, not the past.
    For a prologue, should I type it in the past tense or the present? Because, as a prologue, we can assume that it's already happened. Someone dies. They're story *should* be over. It's a little insight on what happened to her. Should that be past or present? Like, it's currently happening to her and we're there as it's happening and then flash forward to after? Or, does it depend on my preference? I'm not sure what is required.
    Thank you! ��❤️
    Rain :)
    4 days ago
    1 Like
    I replied to your dm.... and answered your above question.
    Jade Wolffe
    3 days ago
    You're so sweet, rain! ����

    Because the rest of the story is present so I didn't know if it also needed to be present, or if it needed to be past tense since it is an event that happened previously. I just do not know! But also, I am the author so if it just depends on me then ok!
    Rain :)
    3 days ago
    No I'm not!
    You are correct - it is up to you@ have fun deciding!! X
  • Jade Wolffe

    mumbled "Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"

    I am writing my first ever third- person point of view story.
    Jade Wolffe
    5 days ago
    It is, rain. Was it bad??
    Rain :)
    4 days ago
    No. It was fantastic... really enjoyed reading ir.
    FA Nathaniel Miller USN
    COOL!!! best though either first or third... depending on whose telling it (narration) and showing.


    I have a question tho for you all on this subject -- An honest opinion is needed...

    I am working on redemption and second chances, a story with a non fiction timeline, and some events but also fictional and semi-fictional events also. Based it on my life. (with a touch of science fiction)

    It is written in third person told by a future self's point of view, but I was considering redoing it in First person, both the future and younger self showing in addition to a little bit of narration...

    I have never done that, it would be a first and i hate to BOTCH the hell out of it... you know absolutely butchering the damn thing on the first go...

    Opinions are welcomed if i should take the time and trouble to do it that way. It's a good concept, this story... mixture sci-fi/nonfiction/drama/fiction/romance genres cross six decades. ;-)


  • Jade Wolffe

    mumbled "Projects"

    1 weeks agoReply
    I have three new ideas on top of mythology. I have it settled for the most part what I'm doing for the mythology. After a lot of stress and research and making myself physically ill from stress. History was never my strong suit. I cannot read something and understand what's it's saying to absorb information. I need it explained to me what it's actually saying and meaning. School was do hard, history and science and even some literature was so hard in terms of finding hidden translations in say Shakespeare. So, to write a historical mythology is.... Well. It's crazy! I'm going to do my absolute best... :/

    I will start writing this week hopefully (tonight into next week) . I want to post the new things that aren't mythology. I have a lot of things I wanted to work on that I never did so I'm hoping if I have time to do all of that. At least one chapter each of non mythology. I always say I'm going to and never do so there's no promises with me anymore but my goal is focusing on the mythology and these new ideas.
    Tribalwolf
    1 weeks ago
    good luck on the story
  • Jade Wolffe

    mumbled "We are all dead"

    2 weeks agoReply
    The year is twenty three fifty (2350). A new planet was secretly discovered. A top secret project called project G took place. Soldiers chosen and trained specifically for project G were sent to the planet Gnaratha to study what kind of climet it has and what might live there. There, they find danger, mystery, and wonder. Nylass wakes up in the Basecamp on Planet G. She wasn't a specially trained soldier, nor, was she a volunteer. They don't have her on any of their lists, but, surly, she was a volunteer and merely forgot. There's no way an innocent cilivian found her way onto a top government program.
    Dyga is one of the program's best soldiers. He isn't a fan of Nylass. She is a weakling and holds him back. He doesn't have the time nor the patience to babysit her.
    Welcome to Gnaratha.
    FA Nathaniel Miller USN
    a person after my own heart... A fellow science-fiction lover... AWESOME concept... Can't wait to read it!
    Jade Wolffe
    1 days ago
    Thank you so much!
    FA Nathaniel Miller USN
    yw :-)
  • Jade Wolffe

    mumbled "Book Suggestions"

    2 weeks agoReply
    Because of the Mythology theme, I read a book series (not movellas) that was super interesting! It's called "Gods and Monsters" by Kelly Keaton. It's so original and fantastic! It has vampires, Greek stuff, magic powers, it's in Louisianan and it's Mardigras. It's smooth and sultry. I love it! I'm not looking to copy it in any way!
    Xela
    2 weeks ago
    Sounds interesting.
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