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About DragonGate

  • Birthday 03/17/1987

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  1. Probably a new story for my Summer Prince urban fantasy novels. Plotting / synopsis blurb. This sounds far more organized it is actually is. But Tieras Fae Durhanae is ready, as long as he's got his detective's badge, his Glock, and his magic sword, he can handle whatever fresh hell comes into the police department.
  2. Basics Name/Penname: Mary/DragonGate Age: 32 State/country: US Writing How long have you been writing? Since high school, some times more heavily than others. What was the first story you wrote that you remember? (Is it finished, and has anyone read it?) Mystery about a ex-jewel thief turned hotel detective. Finished but lost to time, computer failures and lost backup discs. Don't remember if I let anyone read it. Tell us a little about your favorite character to write about. I can't pick, I'll aggravate someone in my head 🙂 Tell us a little about a fantasy world you've created. Equia, another world with something like a 1700s level of tech, unicorns as semi-divine messengers and reincarnations of specific people from our world, and talking animals. Tell us a little about your current work in progress. How's it going? Not very fantasy this time, but it's a paranormal romance, wealthy vampire who was starting to lose his grip on humanity who falls in love with a young man with many secrets. Have you participated in NaNoWriMo? If so, how has your experience been? I've been doing NaNo since 2007, as well as Camp events sporadically and Script Frenzy before it ended. Worldsmyths How did you find out about Worldsmyths? Through Arc What made you decide to join? The Discord community group for the forum. What do you hope to gain from Worldsmyths? (Examples: Find a beta reader, get feedback, motivation, a sense of community, fine-tuning the craft, etc) Talking to fellow writers, running material by people for critique, camaraderie