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  1. Romancegirl

    What are you currently reading [2018]?

    This morning I saw that it was The Hidden Language of Flowers 😛 By Vanessa Diffenbaugh or something.
  2. Romancegirl

    New Features & Changes

    Hi, you forgot me in the restricted section 😉
  3. Romancegirl

    What are you currently reading [2018]?

    I think mine is already in the book 🙂 so I didn't know they did it separately first.
  4. Romancegirl

    What are you currently reading [2018]?

    I didn't know there was a companion book?
  5. So I'm currently reading through Worm via audiobook and listening to a discussion podcast. I think it would be great for all of you to read it as well, but I'm not sure that after the discussion podcast there is much left to discuss. But that may be me. If people want to do the read-through+discussion of Worm I'm all up for it. HOWEVER! There's another webserial that my boyfriend really wants me to read: The practical guide to Evil. It's full of sass, and he doesn't want me to read it before I've finished Worm because he's afraid that otherwise I won't finish reading Worm. But who would like to do a read-through and discussion with me on The Practical Guide to Evil? Or maybe some other webserial? I'm not doing Twig or Pact by Wildbow because I know that they're very dark, even darker than Worm and Worm is sort of on the border of what I can handle (so much feels). Let's keep it small for now, 4 people. If there's more interest we'll see if we can accommodate it and keep it moving. 1. @Romancegirl 2. 3. 4.
  6. Romancegirl

    What are you currently reading [2018]?

    While eating I'm actually reading a book: The Language of Flowers. It's not fantasy, but it is incredibly beautiful about an orphan girl who is taught the language of flowers and is sort of finally able to really communicate with people through that language, and other stuff happens too. While knitting or something I'm currently listening to a bunch of stuff on my phone, dependent on my mood: Worm audiobook (at time of speaking I'm at arc 26), We've got Worm podcast (currently listening to the discussion on arc 25), Critical Hit a DnD podcast, and Wheel of Time novel Lord of Chaos (the audio quality is really terrible). Over on audible I have several unread audiobooks but I currently haven't started in any of them.
  7. Romancegirl

    Trudi Canavan

    So much feels in the High Lord. Officially I think I'm still reading it, but I don't dare read further because of what happens..
  8. Romancegirl

    Disney Lyric Game (REVIVED!)

    My, oh my, look at the boy too shy
  9. Romancegirl

    Lodestone: a writers' workshop

    Well that filled up quickly 😛 I will listen to the podcast, and I might follow the exercises on my own without the feedback and in my own time plan.
  10. Romancegirl

    Tarot inspiration challenges/exercises

    Exactly. Alright then, I will spearhead this activity 🙂 As I said it will depend on how my healing is going, I will keep you all appraised.
  11. Romancegirl

    Club Ideas

    I think I could do something for a Worm club (because trust me if you haven't read it, it deserves it's own club :P). But even if it won't be a club I could spearhead a read-through of it.
  12. Romancegirl

    Tarot inspiration challenges/exercises

    True, So then maybe one week for writing, one week for feedback? Nobody is expected to give feedback, but I do know that it also helps with your own writing if you give feedback.
  13. Romancegirl

    December Writing Events?

    I'm definitely in favour of going back to the monthly writing challenges, but maybe do an advent calendar thing just for December so that people have a chance to catch their breath and do family stuff? (The Netherlands has 3 holidays in December instead of the normal 2 :P). @Mynoris I think it would depend on the actual story whether or not it would interest me enough to take part. It could be interesting though. I think that it shouldn't be a thing where everyone HAS to participate though because not everyone's interest will be the same.
  14. Romancegirl

    Disney Lyric Game (REVIVED!)

    Go on and kiss the girl
  15. Romancegirl

    Club Ideas

    I think superhero fiction still falls under the fantasy genre because there really is something magical and unusual going on that doesn't happen in our world. I think Science Fiction is mostly for things like Star Trek where they look at how the future COULD look like and write stories about that. So I think that Worm definitely still falls under the fantasy genre and is therefore ok to be read and discussed on this forum. But that's just my opinion :P.