aka Naddo

  • I live in Oh-ho, wouldn't you like to know?
  • I was born on May 20
  • My occupation is Big sister, amateur writeress
  • I am Female
  • HardyGal

    Hey guys! Yeah, it's me. That person whose blog posts consist largely of questions regarding a creepypasta she's writing, but she has never actually posted her own creepypasta. I lack focus, I guess. But I promise that I'm trying my best.

    Anyhoo, I'm here to - you guessed it - ask a question. Is it normal/all right for someone to write a creepypasta story with the intention of making a series out of it? Basically, I have this idea for a creepypasta that is a five parter. The first four parts each focus on a different monster/mystery/bad guy. By the way, one of the parts does focus on the monster I alluded to in my last blog post. Anyway, there will be an overarching story in each part. Said overarching story is finally focused on in the fif…

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  • HardyGal

    Twisting myths

    September 10, 2015 by HardyGal

    Hello! Yeah, it's me. That person who is pretty much never around, and hasn't posted a thing because she is so scatterbrained that she can't focus on one idea. What? You don't know who I am? Don't worry, that makes sense. Anyhoo, I'm here now because I have a question. I'm afraid that this question might sound stupid to the regulars around this wiki, but on the other hand, I'm afraid of what will happen if I follow through with my idea without first asking the question. Here goes...

    I do have an idea for a Creepypasta. Whether or not I will be able to remain focused on it has yet to be seen. Anyway, I'm wondering: is it alright to take a myth/monster (either well known or obscure), and modify it/add to it in order meet one's creative writin…

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  • HardyGal

    Writing advice, please

    June 12, 2015 by HardyGal

    First blog post! Good on me! Anyhoo, could someone give me advice on how to write a story from the first person perspective. I have this problem where I tend to go into things with as much detail as I think is necessary, and it comes off as unnecessary. I'm not sure how else to explain it. That, and I'm also having trouble thinking up of a good beginning and build up. Is a pasta good if the uncanny, something-ain't-right feeling comes in after only five or four paragraphs?

    I give thanks to whoever might take their time to give me advice. I'm new here, and many of my 'creepy' stories are mainly story oriented, rather than freaky-creepy oriented.

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