I dislike writing fanfiction characters who are ooc. At the very least, if it’s going to be an AU they would have a semblance of their actual characteristics and personality shown in the story still.
So writing this third prompt fic is a challenge, as I’ve got characters I’m not familiar with but want to incorporate them into the story.
The woes of writing fanfictions I suppose, is not being able to capture the right and true essence of the characters involved when you’re new to them. That, and a lot of research needs to be done instead *sighing emoji*
The months that’s passed has been nothing but me being an unproductive lump on the bed. And I’ve said this too many times before, so I’ll stop it right there.
So far in the past twelve days of July, I’ve managed to wring out about 4000 words of fiction; fanfiction, original stories and the like. It’s been a jumbled mess of different ideas and various inspirations, the sudden need to write this story and then right after that one. Juggling all that was difficult for a very long time, but I seem to have found a system in writing all and not just one?
On the post’s title, it’s something that came to my mind while I’m typing this (and writing out a short something too). I’ve seen people done live drawings before over the internet, when random people would make comments on the chat group while the artist works on their canvas. It looked fun and I wonder if the same concept can be applied to writing. You’d watch words come to life, how a writer paints their picture through the alphabet; a story in the making, literally.
(Could be boring all the same though.)
Hmm, what else was there? Oh yes! I had a short twitter conversation with one of my favourite authors! It wasn’t really much, just a quick comment being responded back and forth. Still, it seems unreal that I actually had a conversation with him (Mark Lawrence, author of the Broken Empire series for anyone curious).
It’s not all that I have to say and tell, but better to put those thoughts into posts of their own. So till my next post, I guess~
What’s a better word than quick writings? I mean you have quick sketches and quick drafts; what about writings? Quick stories? Quick pieces?
I’ve been making a lot of those really. Impromptu stories, short and descriptive ones that are mostly based off of different fandom posts on tumblr or prompts made by writing blogs. It’s nice being able to work my creative gears like that. Although, it doesn’t really help my long term stories.
But hey, I’m writing again. That’s a victory in and of itself.
Ooh! And I’ve also got some photoshop edits done. They’re visual pieces often accompanied by a story caption.
Hope this creative streak lasts for a long while, it’d be great to get some work done finally.
So I spent a good two to three days working on what I call a ‘comprehensive table of all my stories that I have thought of, planned on, thought of writing and writing on’. I normally make a lot of lists of what I write on (I LOVE LISTS) but at the rate I’m going at with my imaginings and dreaming it’s too many to do justice with just a list.
Tl;dr I procrastinated my writing again ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
But I do feel that it’s a wake up call for how I SHOULD START WORKING ON A SINGLE STORY AND NOT MAKE ANY MORE!
This table by the way, takes up two-and-a-quarter pages on MS Word. Oh my…
I’ll gladly put it up here or somewhere like on my Tumblr. I wonder if there’s someone willing to compare stories with me?
So I haven’t been touching my stories for quite awhile now and they’ve been staring back at me for quite some time.
That being said though, some new followers and favourites on Fanfiction.net for my Frost Magic (you can find the summary of it here) has inspired me to get to a new chapter for it. So I took out my phone, opened up a note and started writing in the train on my way to school this morning. Good news is that I’ve started on it. Bad news is that I’m stuck on how to go through with it. There’s a scene of Jack, McGonagall and….yeah I’m not too sure.
Oof, that moment when your plot bunny for a story deserts you.