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  • It's dense, it's obtuse, and it makes zero concessions to the reader.
    It's also one of the best things I've written and can't believe my fans voted against it.
    I just remembered Ursula Le Guin is dead this timeline sucks.
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    But this timeline had Ursula le Guin.
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    I may take you up on that list of upcoming fantasy books! :)
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    I only read The Gentlemen Bastards this year and the next book is out next April, so it was on my mind and you can see why I rec'd it.

    I'm wracking my brain for more but I've been on a big horror and sci-fi kick the last eighteen months, so I might not have actuaklly read many of the fantasy books I might know (but I can expense books to my employers during the lockdown so that's likely to change soon).

    Oh, you know what, I inflict this on literally everyone but it's my favourite scifi novel so you might like it and I'd love to hear your thoughts: Blindsight by Peter Watts
    CW for existential horror.
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    My whole life is existential horror XD

    Tbh happy to get recs for horror and sci fi too.
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    Ooh, in which case.
    Hammers On Bone by Cassandra Khaw
    Beneath The Rising by Premee Mohamed
    Winter Tide by Ruthanna Emrys
    If I were writing for a CRPG I would drive everyone insane by writing in-universe books and relentlessly bugging the level designers about exactly where to put them.
    Come and get s p o o k e d
    It is mildly amusing that if people see my name on an RP in real life they'll buy tickets without reading another word, but even the most overwritten interest check struggles to get traction.
    Hey, you were recommended to help me with a question about dice rp...I was wondering exactly how it works
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    Do you think we could start one and I could learn along the way?
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    Grey
    I generally prefer to have 3 or more players, for many reasons, but at least two of my RPs have yet to properly start so there's time for you to get in on the ground floor.
    Or if you have 2 or more friends who are interested, I have a nice three-player horror RP that's won an award or two I could run here.
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    i can see rn
    Our children will grow up on graceful promontories where a few people gather together// in their world it will be illegal to own the land// and they will make new literatures where the oil age will be forgotten/ and our cities will be folded back into the sand/ and they will not even remember how once we held the world like a bird in our hands and how we crushed it like a bird in our hands
    - Robert Montgomery
    All our splendid monuments
    Lipstick traces on a cigarette
    The sun comes up on only land
    Forest here once
    Forest here again
    -Robert Montgomery
    Friendly reminder that unless you're paying me 6 cents per word, I am not going to respect a deadline under 60 days
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    If you ever write RPGs professionally don't let any bastard pay you less
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    BackSet
    Thank you for that advice.

    Womder if they pay screenwriters per word too. I doubt it.
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    Grey
    I can ask some screenwriters I know if you like, but I believe that works more like fiction - you get paid on marketability and negotiation, with seniority counting for too much. Incidentally expect to get shafted on fiction: we all do but you actually cannot beat traditional publishing yet.
    I thought about it, and maybe you'd be willing to help with the RP I'm already collaborating on? The more the merrier, after all.
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    I have a pretty full schedule over the next week or so but I can conceivably do a little consulting.
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