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omg in luv with ur site ^.^
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plasticdino 1 year ago

thanks! I love your site too <3

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clamverse 1 year ago

I had an intense deja vu type moment just now staring at your blinkie collection xD soooo mesmerizing hehe

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palemomos 1 year ago

Thanks for adding my button! :3 Linking you back n.n

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*breathes in* Your site is so cute!!! I was also really happy to know that you were the one who made the "you're telling me a queer coded this" button because I have been looking ALL OVER neocities for it. Your site brings me so much joy!!!
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plasticdino 1 year ago

thank you! I'm glad the button is getting some use 💕

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koinuko 1 year ago

I feel you 100% on the vulnerability with writing fiction. One thing that helps me sometimes though is writing Without the intent to publish at all; it helps me kind of break down that feeling of having to make everything palatable/up to an invisible standard. I also think about all of the unprofessional pieces of writing that make me happy and inspired, and remind myself that those aren't 100% perfect either.

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ocean-waves 1 year ago

i'm right there with you! i've recently been writing more, too, and it's such a trip sometimes. i agree that it has to do with conviction, like if *I* don't 100% believe in this world I've made up, how can the audience? and even when it's not for public view it's like, do I really believe in these words? the struggle is real T_T

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boothworldindustries 1 year ago

I'm very happy to see I'm not alone in writing fiction. I know alot of my anxiety around showing my interests comes from bullying I've faced but even just with my closest friends I get nervous at just talking about headcanons ;o; I've been considering having a fiction section of my website lately

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mythunderstorm 1 year ago

I also get similar feelings about writing fiction! I've been putting off updating my solo journaling archive because part of me is still worried that what I wrote will seem "cringe," incohesive, or boring. I want to get over that hurdle so that I can improve.

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mani 1 year ago

i very much feel this! i can draw all day and be as 'cringey' as i want but something about writing.. i feel so vulnerable!! cant wait to read it, whenever youre comfortable!

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hollymacycomic 1 year ago

This is so wild! I feel pretty much the opposite about writing fiction vs nonfic/autobio stuff. For me, fiction allows me to write about personal experience but with a degree of removal that allows me to process it without feeling embarrassed. I do still feel extremely vulnerable, but I guess I also feel like my fiction is more powerful because other people can find themselves in it.

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hollymacycomic 1 year ago

(cont of my other comment lol) For that reason, I've always felt like it is a skill and a huge sacrifice for someone to write autobiographical stuff and especially to write it well. I really enjoy to read your journals and other writing from your experiences. But I totally believe you can get better at fiction too, just like I could get better at autobio. After all, we're both already good writers. :3

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