[identity profile] jamidget.livejournal.com
I'm quite new to this little group, but I read a couple days ago about the idea for "Telechasia," the little world many of you thought would be fun to co-create and write stories for, using others' characters and the like.

Well, I don't know how much has been done regarding this, but I just finished creating a website that kind of works with this basic idea. It's called Aldora, and [livejournal.com profile] shanra mentioned it in her link blurb a couple days ago.

But this plug includes opportunities for publication. Wow, eh? )

Some of you know [livejournal.com profile] saltnester. Well, Cecily joined a couple weeks ago and came up with this great idea of renegade elves living in caves and abducting kids, and then she started a story about it. I'm already hooked.

And [livejournal.com profile] ladylight, you may be interested to know that, not only are there 5 moons, but also 2 suns on Aldora. Your wacky tides can be.

So, all interested come, join, and enjoy.
[identity profile] jamidget.livejournal.com
We're all writers, right?

So that means we've all been on our computer, staring at a story that's supposed to be getting revised, only it's not. Because you are tired of revising, or you can't think of what should be done next, or you're not sure whether your editing has made it better or worse. So your eyes glance down (or to the side, if you're a wonderful Mac user) and you see that web browser icon, so you click it, ready to dink around for an hour or so looking up a bunch of mildly amusing random stuff.

Please say I'm not the only one who's ever been in this situation.

If you can relate, then you can help )

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