This blog post is titled as a very recent pop album, but the main protagonist is post-rock https://crooked.ink/blog/folklore/
Big news for https://crooked.ink! Other than some reviews to the stories (I'll be never happy with them), I managed to add some cool features as:
- Reading time! Now at the top of each story/blog post you can see how much time you'll waste
- Contact form! Because shy people like me prefer to avoid social medias
- The very first story I wrote... -properly- translated in English!
Take look, you will see into your imagination! (yes, this may be a quote)
This #NewYearsResolution should be about increasing your privacy online! Here are some recommendations to quickly increase your privacy and leave Google: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to-leave-google-gmail/ 😀🥳
After a year, I finally translated in English the very first short story I wrote.
It is about a family living in Montana, where once the Crow tribe lived.
They had an interesting creation myth — ever heard about it?
I wrote a very short story called 'The Palace': it is about a very elegant building, yes. And death, too. I'm new to this type of narration, any opinion would be appreciated!
@wion yes, it indeed depends on what the writing is about, and its genre. I said that I have to exercise in 2nd person because I never really wanted to use it... I already have problems with 3rd person :P
@jakel, by the way yesterday I read "The Tire Pressure Light Is On" on your blog, that's a nice example of 2nd person perspective! :)
@jakel About second-person, each time I try to think about something to write about in that perspective, Palahniuk keeps popping in my mind. I don't know why, he doesn't use it so much as far as I can remember... but I really can't focus on something without relating to his weird subjects. 😆 But the truth is that I should exercise on it — I'm just waiting for a good idea 😜
@mara_cav_ :D The differences between characters and me are one of the main reasons I haven't tried first-person yet. I tend to overthink, so when I start asking myself: "How would this person think about that?" I enter in an endless loop – then I overheat and most of the times I discard the project. 🤯
@SeventhMagpie Oops, I took your words a bit too seriously 🤣
I can imagine the sidewalks covered of actual ice, I saw that in Oslo a couple of years ago!
Well, let's say that you *could* skate on the sidewalk :P
This is my first twoot (tweet + toot), posted on both social networks by a neat script that required much more work that I expected.
As a bonus, here is an interesting link about life lessons. https://www.outsideonline.com/2401643/life-lessons-97-year-old-lobsterman
@SeventhMagpie Wow, maybe it's a dumb question, but... you mean that you can actually skate on sidewalks? In Russia, right?
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