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Re: and damned be him that first cries Hold! Enough!
Sun Sep 9, 2018 09:55

I agree with your thoughts concerning Dune.
This happens too often.
Every detail does not need to be noted unless it is important to the story.

  • THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS When I write a story I do not usually consider the setting, that's to say the time and place, I assume it will automatically be set by virtue of the descriptions and the... more
    • Re: and damned be him that first cries Hold! Enough! - roger, Sun Sep 9 09:55
    • Some thoughts... - Sarge, Sat Sep 8 10:42
      ...major and minor. A minor and egoist one; would love to see the family home of Laxfield represented since Norfolk and dear Suffolk seem to be the model for the setting, in the main. Purely for the... more
      • Re: Some thoughts... - roger, Sun Sep 9 10:09
        Many years agowhen I was an undergrad I attended some writers workshops. I had no interest in being a writer but it was interesting and entertaining hearing how they developed their stories. As I... more
      • Good observations - thanks - mike, Sat Sep 8 11:08
        I'm not going to attempt to rush this out because thats always been my downfall. I bypass various deadfalls and manage to keep the ball in the air until eventually it all comes crashing down because... more
        • You're in! - mike, Sat Sep 8 15:22
          As FLAX FIELD just above SOUTHFORK Heres where I got some info (as well as others) I chose the name on purpose because it gives me a... more
          • Way hey! - sarge, Sun Sep 9 10:07
            I like the context, too.
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