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Welcome To The Block
« on: July 29, 2016, 12:02:44 PM »
Hey fellow deviants, so I had an idea for this board.  For all of us writers looking for:

Prompts
New Ideas
Challenges
Co Writers
Collaborators
Mischief Makers
or to get off of the ever aggravating Writer's Block!

Anyone is welcome, just be respectful :)  
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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2016, 04:20:44 PM »
Hey, cool. I don't have a block at the moment - more like I just can't find enough time to get all my ideas out of my head and into the digital realm. Always interested in talking about writing though!

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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2016, 09:48:42 PM »
I also have a great deal of difficulty finding the time to write in the detail I believe those I write for deserve. Most of us here on this Forum have read enough stories and posts here to tell if an author was really into the story, or if they were just killing time by writing......

In the over six years I've been a member here, I've found the vast majority of our writers are extremely gifted, and are well worth the time it takes for them to compete or add to an existing story....

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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2016, 02:48:05 AM »
I don't often get writer's block, but when I do I usually get over it fast.
I would be happy to help by giving advices, if anyone needs any help.
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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2017, 12:29:35 PM »
Funnily enough, I started writing erotica to get over writer's block. I find that it's easier to lose myself to a short story with clearly defined plot points and a theme, where my more mainstream writings have long-drawn out sub-plots and development.
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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2017, 01:14:38 PM »
Funnily enough, I started writing erotica to get over writer's block. I find that it's easier to lose myself to a short story with clearly defined plot points and a theme, where my more mainstream writings have long-drawn out sub-plots and development.

Thats awesome! When I get erotica writers block, i make "normal" characters and give them something to do lol
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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2017, 04:11:48 AM »
Hey, cool. I don't have a block at the moment - more like I just can't find enough time to get all my ideas out of my head and into the digital realm. Always interested in talking about writing though!

I also have a great deal of difficulty finding the time to write in the detail I believe those I write for deserve. Most of us here on this Forum have read enough stories and posts here to tell if an author was really into the story, or if they were just killing time by writing......

Tony V.             :police:



Like Tony and Mkmydaze, I never have enough time. I could spill the ideas out in lists, stumble through them one after another, throw the words like paint at a canvas, and just get them out of my head, but to my mind, writing is writing. I write erotica because it demolishes taboos- the stuff we don't say, the "fade to black" scenes, the threats only implied- those are challenging when I'm writing "vanilla" (Meaning non-erotic. You couldn't pay me to write vanilla porn!) and they're good, interesting challenges. Sometimes I just want to write like a fucking adult. Fuck the fade to black. When I roleplay in multi-player games, I feel the same. I'm not playing with the "erotic" players because I'm looking for ERP, I'm playing with them because when that shit happens- and if adults are playing, it inevitably does- we don't have to pussyfoot around and pretend we went there when we didn't.  Still, when I write erotica, I'm just writing, and I have a passion for words. Beautiful words that dance together on the page, interesting cadence, clever twists of meaning, shifts of perspective, balance, and rhythm, the taste of them, the shape of them on the tip of my tongue as I write... as I read.  So every scene takes a painfully long time to write. Every paragraph is a painting. I want to get it right. I mean... RIGHT.  I want to milk the words for all they are worth. Tell a story filled with characters who live and breathe. 

 Yep. Takes too long. And I find myself tripping over them a lot. And going back, and repolishing, and rephrasing, and throwing out whole chunks, and adding to it, long before I set it out for consumption. When I hit a block, it's usually because I can't find a fresh way to say something that's been said a million times, and NEEDS to be said again.
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Re: Welcome To The Block
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2021, 01:16:03 AM »
Yes. I am familiar with the time issue! As of now, I have many unwritten scenarios (non-consensual and consensual) and I wish I had the time to explore them all... Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

I'd rather write one short chapter that is quality writing than a long one that I don't have the time to properly develop.
When I come back to a story after some time off, it usually results in a couple of chapters I find interesting.