A lot of people ask how I can write about disgusting things that are depraved and horrific. To be honest, I write about what disturbs me, and I mean, I write about things that genuinely freak me out. Bizarre fetishes, incest, weirdo sexual diviance, psychotics. I believe it challenges me and makes the mind stronger.Read more >
- Post or transmit any content that is obscene, pornographic, abusive, offensive, profane, or otherwise violates any law or right of any third party, or content that contains homophobia, ethnic slurs, religious intolerance, or encourages criminal conduct;
Let me be quite frank about my opinion about this rule.
By no means am I for homophobia and I believe it is wrong; however, if you are writing a story that involves a homophobic character, or the character himself (gay) refers to another homosexual male as a "Faggot" then it should be kept. Because in the real world gay men say this. Do I agree with it? No, and I wish we wouldn't degrade each other in such a manner. But if I am to write a character and breathe an actual personality into them…Read more >
Lemme give you an example of homage in my own Creepypastas. (This isn't me trying to show off or talk about my work, I just want to give examples)
In my pasta True Evil, which explores a female child molestor, there is a part where she applies lip gloss while a cover of Goodbye Horses plays in the background. In another pasta I've written titled The Foot Collection, the story is about a homocidal man with a foot fetish who has a wicker basket with various different types lotions. In my Grindr horror story called The Hookup, there is a part that mentions a mannequin wearing a salmon kimono in the basement.
If you haven't guessed yet, all of these elements come from the movie Silence of the Lambs. However, this is mere homage and a jab at one my …Read more >
I honestly like stories that are told in a faster pace versus a plot that is slow. However, I do enjoy a good story that slowly builds up to something big. But if the writing style is too fast it becomes terrible. For example, I picked up a book one time (I couldn't tell you what the plot was) but it went like this:
"Mary and Todd sit in the diner. He orders a cup of coffee. She says she loves him and replies, "I love you too." They drove to their friend's house where everyone was smoking pot. They said, "No thank you." After two hours they went to movies. Speed 2. During the movie Mary asked Todd..."
You get my point.
If the pacing is too fast a lot of detail is left out and it feels less like a story and more like a user's manual. The poin…Read more >
If a story you have written has been narrated by someone on YouTube please send it to me... because I like to listen to stories as I draw.Read more >