Turning the Page

edited February 2017 in Introductions
KNIGHTS!

Oh, the pen may indeed be mightier than the sword, but the keyboard leaves them both in the dust!

More of a storyteller than a writer, I find myself on the front row in the theatre in my mind (and yes, that spelling is intentional)! Worlds unfold in front of me and I... I am just the first one to record the event.

It didn't use to be that way. It used to be that I spent weeks coming up with outlines and writing a story along those points. The players of this troupe, however, are not the sort to be tied to a script, and they often diverge from the plan telling a story all their own. Turns out they're better at it than I am, so I stay out of the way and maintain my position as the First Audience Member.

http://quicksylverpublications.com/

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  • Reiter said:

    KNIGHTS!

    Oh, the pen may indeed be mightier than the sword, but the keyboard leaves them both in the dust!

    More of a storyteller than a writer, I find myself on the front row in the theatre in my mind (and yes, that spelling is intentional)! Worlds unfold in front of me and I... I am just the first one to record the event.

    It didn't use to be that way. It used to be that I spent weeks coming up with outlines and writing a story along those points. The players of this troupe, however, are not the sort to be tied to a script, and they often diverge from the plan telling a story all their own. Turns out they're better at it than I am, so I stay out of the way and maintain my position as the First Audience Member.

    http://quicksylverpublications.com/

    Welcome Sir Knight and well met. ;)
  • Hail and well met, fellow pantsing Knight!

    How well I recognize your position. May your troupe always have a tale to tell! (And may they be polite and only tell you one or two tales at a time.)
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