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Old 12-21-2009, 03:43 PM   #1
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I've stated a transgendered romance novel. I'm not sure if I will finish it. Gonna try though.

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That's awesome Sooz, and if it's anything close to some of the things I've seen you write on forums, It'll be great!
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That's awesome Sooz, and if it's anything close to some of the things I've seen you write on forums, It'll be great!
Thanks for the compliment, Sarah. Of course, what I write in the forums are non fiction for the most part. Writing a fiction novel is a lot harder, and not just because of the length. You have to make up an INTERESTING plot line plus interesting and engaging characters. I'm not sure I am up to the task.

I have about one chapter done and have started on Ch. 2. I'd be happy to share what I have with you, especially to get your reaction to it and the question "Do you want to read more?" If you send me your e-mail address, I'll send what I have to you.

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Old 12-21-2009, 04:12 PM   #4
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Not online. I'm writing it in hopes of getting it published. Probably foolish. But I will be happy to send it as an e-mail attachment to you.

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Old 12-21-2009, 05:21 PM   #6
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You have to make up an INTERESTING plot line plus interesting and engaging characters.
Having written several NaNoWriMo novels, I'll just say "No, you don't!".
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Having written several NaNoWriMo novels, I'll just say "No, you don't!".
What is a NaNoWriMo novel?

Its on its way to you, Grady. I DO want your honest reaction to it. Keep in mind its a work in progress though. Also I am writing it a bit more from a gay perspective [I hope] than a tg perspective.


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What is a NaNoWriMo novel?
National Novel Writing Month

( I know, I know, you probably want to write a *good* novel... )
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If you want any feedback from a guy who writes the most boring stuff on the planet, feel free to send it my way. I'd be happy to help.
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good luck and of course i wouldnt be me if i didnt ask

does the main character pitch or catch?
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Sarah@SarahNErd.com. And while most of your stuff if non-fictional I've seen you have some pretty amazing (cyber like) exchanges a while ago on SLU. Plus everything you write shows your high intelligence and way with words.
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Old 12-22-2009, 05:21 PM   #15
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Its on the way Sarah. And thanks for your very kind and generous words.

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Sooz,
A. you have a wonderful imagination coupled to obvious skills.
B. you know the material.

I know you'll do great.
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Ahhhh, I got kind of blocked on the novel I was writing, but started another one and it seems to be going much better. It seems to be almost writing itself and I've got jst over6,000 words that I am fairly happy with. when I'm finished with it, I am going to submit it to a publisher of transgender fiction and hope for the best.

I would very much appreciate any advice and input from anyone. If you would like to read what I have so far, let me know please? Send e-mail address, either here or privately.

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Old 10-27-2010, 07:38 PM   #18
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I'm still workinng on it. I've revised it numerous times. I guess its a little wierd, but I am compelled to write it. I just finished a sex scene and I'm exhausted!!! LOL

I've got about 10,000 words almost. I would be happy to share what I have with anyone who is interested, so long as I can get some feedback on it.

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