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 on: November 20, 2013, 04:44:20 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from "trumping the writer stereotype" thread here, finished

I've worked with a lot of writers, and the one thing they all have in common is that they're nothing like that. 99.9% of writers are ordinary people. 0.1% make headlines.

the goblin agreed since he imagined that both psychopaths and schizophrenics shared that same normalness with the writertypes here, where to all intents and purposes, indeed they looked and acted quite normally, and yet, under certain circumstances their true nature would suddenly burst through resulting in dead bodies and inexplicable behavior in the former, and write-ups about dead bodies and inexplicable behavior in the latter, yes those thrillers and mystery novels then, in fact, the goblin often had difficulty trying to picture what was the norm amongst humans anyway, saying "...somehow the more normal it gets the more surreal it becomes..."


 on: November 20, 2013, 04:40:42 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the writer's forum, goblin doing a welcome

"...ah, I like your writing style already human, much originality it seems, so welcome to our forum/venue here..." went the goblin looking forward to yet more to read perhaps, adding "...you see, at first, everybody wants to practice their writing here for that publishing elsewhere, until slowly they see that it's actually here in fact that everyone else is turning up to read their works directly, so the username becomes synonymous with authorname where each post one does becomes yet another work by you to those readers, save that there aren't any those reader here, no, they're all these readers now as in us perhaps...", merely the goblin imagined that more and more readers are coming to this forum to follow their preferred author or build up some rapport with them now, adding "...so no, this isn't some bootcamp forum to practice ever so correct writing niceties for that publishing elsewhere, far from it, it's the battlefield itself, so good luck with your posts now as your readers surround you here where you are very much these posts to them..."

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 on: November 08, 2013, 12:07:40 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

The goblin really should be looking over his shoulder...shopping migration ? really? Seems to me, your obvious talent is writing fantasy .....And you are really good!!!

"...ah no, once you have been thoroughly stomped upon by a brood of marauding mummies who have mistaken you for terry wogan on their way to shoe shop once more, you will learn that fantasy, this forumland then, is a very serious business indeed..." mentioned the goblin now, adding "...no, either one takes out "mommy insurance", or one blends into the scenery, or one distracts them with lines like and then he took her in to his arms, yes it had been those shoes all along, as slowly he bent down and unfasten each delicate fascinating feminine shoe-buckle knowing that his emotion was about to cave in against a inner crescendo of wild torrential passion for her, just here so alone together and now too, while walking backwards gently retracing one's steps till the moment one could actually dash off...", yes, the goblin had been on "women's interest forums" before, where indeed they were very avid grazers of posts and little escaped their attention too, just that one had to become very agile amongst them


 on: November 08, 2013, 12:01:23 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

“...in its way the capitalist system within each country becomes a sort of direct democracy now, where investors simply vote by way of their investments as in a vote of “confidence” or “no confidence” perhaps...” mentioned the goblin, seeing that it was not what the european governments could actually promise each other, nor implement by way of austerity programs either, that changed anything much, no, instead much boiled down to whether investors could still be persuaded to keep their investment in something that looked increasingly like a ship badly listing on a sea of inflationary debt and uncertainty, so the goblin simply asked the readers here, to imagine themselves as the investors now, and to see whether they would still invest their savings in these european countries, or america for that matter, saying “...well then, if your answer in either case is one of “no” or even “no way” then  can one really blame the investors scrambling out of the market at this point...” simply, the goblin felt that the game was up, that neither governments, nor banks, nor even ourdearmedia could kept humpty dumpty economy from falling now...”

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 on: October 15, 2013, 03:40:42 pm 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from "introductions" sections, the "from incredible india" thread

Just wanted to say a big "hi" to everyone here

"...you're most welcome to here then..." replied the goblin not knowing if they actually had goblins in india, though he wouldn't be a bit surprised if they did, mind you too, what with so much on this forumland differing form its real life counterpart anyway, nothing seemed beyond imagination now, continuing "...look, I really don't want you to put off by admitting that there are writertypes on this forum now, no there are but it's nothing to worry about, promise, you just have to stay calm and imagine what you would do if you ever came across a three toed sloth sitting on your chair slowing typing away at your keyboard, drinking your coffee too, yes that's right, you simply ring up the RSPCW for it's safe removal now, well that's what they're there for I am told...", in fact, the goblin imagined too, that, what with evident ongoing loss of their natural publishing habitat, three toed sloths, potted plants, and other sorts of writertypes too, would increasingly been seen wandering into forumland now, whereupon the goblin explained "...just it seems more humane to have them neatly tucked away in the writer's section of this forum then actually shooting them outright..."

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 on: October 09, 2013, 12:08:29 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the "introduction" section there

"...welcome to this forum then..." went the goblin always enjoying meeting humans, before dashing off on his own tangent, saying "...so I wonder if it's really true what they say about forum readership as something growing apace now, where if it is so, then probably it'll be upon these writer's forums that forum readership will actually expand from, ah but by then one will have to carefully figure out one's persona, for regardless of what they say, always a persona results from whatever one's posts of oneself here, where for example readers are finicky about long posts, just as they soon see through anyone trying to substitute what one reads here for whatever they've written elsewhere, no, simply we're these posts to our readers now, much like we are these posts to one another too, and to ourselves even, so what say you to making each of your posts a worthy ambassador of you, a post of a real writer then, where I'll become your avid albeit not so quiet reader if you do...", in fact, that goblin was out to become a livewriter much like those he had admired before, where in livewriting one didn't need the props of publishing, no, simply one built up one's readership around one's username like someone singing from the treetops of forumland drawing one's readers to one's pen

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 on: October 09, 2013, 12:05:02 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the "please critic my work" thread

"...often it's hard to critic anything when one doesn't know who the intended audience is..." mentioned the goblin, adding "...besides, that truth is that it doesn't matter how one writes something because the reader, if enthralled, will quickly grow accustomed to any writing style as long as it remains constant throughout, very much like when one first hears some scotish accent for example, where invariably, one looks at to the sky half expecting god himself to scoop up a bucket-load of kippers to rain down upon one in some heavenly cascade, and where too, after a while one doesn't even notice it, no simply one gets used to the whole deluge of it instead..."

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 on: October 06, 2013, 04:39:18 pm 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the goblin declining a writer who asked the goblin to critic his work

"...think of it this way then, if you actually like what you have written then doesn't it become good regardless, whereas if you don't like that which you have written then no matter how good others might think it is, however correctly it's written too, it's actually bad if simply because it's fake and not really you by it, where also if I were to correct you now, then by each correction you would lose a part of your individuality to me by it, so it's this very process of cloning by correction that I hate so much upon writer's forums and in dailylife writer's workshops..." replied the goblin wondering if he could put it another way then, restarting "...think of painting then, each artist borrows something either from his predecessors or from a certain school of painting, but at some point he knows he has to break away from that crowd and the norm, for simply think upon those artists whom we most remember today, well, the all followed the rules at first and from there they branched off on their own, meaning that my critic acts like a slow cloning poison to you, so instead of correcting you I give you a real sense of audience on this thread, plus a feeling of deadline too, so that you can post with me anytime, where to post is to publish in its way, but more importantly than that, your readers will get into a rapport with their author that only these post on forums can offer..."

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 on: September 30, 2013, 02:01:44 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

then suddenly in an expected moment the goblin simply turned to the captain and asked "...say what, can I marry you...", "...well you already did that goblin..." she replied breaking into a smile at the absurdity of it, whereupon the goblin added "...oh, I did, really, gosh how wise of me too...", and with that it just became another something between them, something that the goblin never quite forget nor mentioned again either knowing that would lose its value if he ever did, and yet, upon reaching journey's end he felt he might just risk asking it one last time, hoping that she would smile as she once had, yes that would be something

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 on: September 26, 2013, 02:55:06 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

"...it's just a paradox then..." went the goblin thinking upon it now, relating "...in that if one explains something as obvious as one's overall readership will grow by incorporating one's writing style directly into one's posts it will either ruffle the feathers of those who didn't accept that fact as yet, or further alienate those who wish not to be reminded of the fact anyway, whereas if one keeps one's mouth shut posting on like this, up goes the readership anyway, thus proving one's point all along without much effort on one's part, so I think I'll go easy on explaining what I do for just doing it then, letting the reader see the result for themselves then..."

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