Sep. 9th, 2010 10:44 pm
ladydreamer: Wonder Woman draws her sword from behind. (Glee Santana FIERCE)
Must write happy ending! NAO.

Two other things. There's this Trident commercial where a little girl is putting makeup on her little brother, and when her mom comes in to ask them what they're doing, and the girl says they're fighting cavities. The boy turns around with LOTS of makeup on, and he's grinning like this is the best game ever! And mom's like, LOL! Kids. Chew your gum :D

Two: I got some blueberry muffins… I need to start eating more blueberries. Apparently, if they don't turn you into one of them, they're good for you.
ladydreamer: Wonder Woman draws her sword from behind. (Coffee)
I took a random sampling of some of my stories to see if I'd get different authors. The following authors must be overly fond of adjectives, and perhaps fans of the semicolon and the dash.

No One Noticed the Cat is like Agatha Christie. (Hee. Mystery!)

Snow Bunnies Melt and Toy Soldiers Break (1 + 2) is like Dan Brown.

Momento Mori and Forget Me Not are like Stephen King. (Chloe-centric is Stephen King mode? Hmm. However, despite Stephen King’s bestseller nature, there are very, very few comments on these. I don’t know if that’s style or content related.)

SupesFans vs LexMinions is like Chuck Palahniuk as is You Make Me Sick
(This is interesting as I’ve never read him, but these two stories are both quite popular, so maybe it’s a style I should cultivate. Their content is wildly different.)

I write like
Chuck Palahniuk

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!

ladydreamer: Wonder Woman draws her sword from behind. (Yu + Me bears)
Novelists can't resist including a dog barking in the distance.

This is not something I've ever done… do you guys have barking dogs? What do you do to pass time in the middle of scene? I haven't thought of it, but I think I just have the characters notice stuff.
ladydreamer: Oracle looks over her glasses sassily. (Goddamn Oracle)
It's not much, but I created an outline for the remainder of my final Clex fic for help_haiti (I know how hard I fail for taking so long. Believe me, I'll make it worth the wait.), and wrote roughly 1350 words on it. Yay me!

Viva la Clex!

Eeee, please let this thing called productivity continue.


ladydreamer: Wonder Woman draws her sword from behind. (Default)
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