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LinkPen last won the day on February 18

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About LinkPen

  • Birthday May 20


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    Somewhere in the distant stars piloting my own starship in search of the next book idea
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    Writer (yet to be published), animal lover, caretaker of 4 adorable kitties, stargazer, music and video game enthusiast, sci-fi & fantasy buff, and I'm NOT a good data manager except for when it comes to plotting (just saying)

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  1. Very good advice. Tension is my forte. Mwahahahahaaha!



  2. Congratulations! That is a wonderful accomplishment! I'll be looking for this book in bookstores when I can.
  3. I'm a plantser. The flow comes natural. I agree with the rewrite of an already finished story thing. I hardly outline, but I might have to with the next projects I've got planned...
  4. It takes time and determination. Not for the faint of heart.


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    2. LinkPen


      Very true. I guess it should say that 'one does not simply write a QUALITY book.'☺

    3. Ky_GirlatHeart


      Or, "One does not simply write a book without checking their emails and Facebook and playing Solitaire for two hours first."

    4. LinkPen
  5. Most of my books can be for both audiences. There is the message of God in everyone of them. In my latest one (the trilogy I'm working on) is explicit in many ways, but the implicit things are perhaps what can really reach through the boundaries. I just want to make the reader think about God, especially if he/she is not yet saved. One of the projects down the road will follow the antagonist of the trilogy and the main purpose behind that is to express what happens to those who continue on the path of destruction. But many characters around the villain change and are redeemed. There
  6. It sounds interesting. I bet it's better than your previous beta experience. Or, I hope it is. I'm going to post Chapter 19 of CC after you catch up.☺ Chapter 20...hehehehe.
  7. This is nice! Thanks for posting. I'm usually always looking for alternative words to use.
  8. I agree. This is what the Nazis did to the Jews. Mass murder, that's what it is. Sad.
  9. Well, now that the questions of easiest/hardest scenes to write have been asked by the community, I would like to ask you all what your favorite scenes to write are. Mine are as follows: Emotional scenes Humorous scenes Battle/action scenes Intrigue/mystery scenes
  10. Of course it is! Especially when you've got a parallel thing going like I do! LOL


    1. Alley


      Everything comes from the main character, all two of them! 😄😋 

  11. WAY too funny!


    1. kiwigummy


      it's rather geeky, isn't it?


      Right up there with the math pick-up line, "I wish I were your derivative so I could lie tangent to your [redacted]"

    2. LinkPen


      Yep, it's geeky. Although, math and I have a complicated relationship. It's a love-hate sort of thing.

  12. Whoa! That's really no surprise, I guess. But seriously, things are getting really sad. Well, I will post whatever Scripture I want! So what, Facebook, do what you will, but don't think you'll stop this servant of the Most High.
  13. Welcome! May you and your writing be blessed. You'll find a lot of kind folks here who want to help you with whatever it is you need.☺
  14. I accepted Jesus into my heart when I was really young; around five years old. He showed Himself to me in ways hard to describe, but I knew it was Him. Ever since, I have been in love with Him and have determined to live a life that honors Him.
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