I stumbled upon this and thought it was such a good idea that I put my first attempt at writing a story there!
If anyone cares to read it you can find the first chapter here: https://www.wattpad.com/story/102670178 ... rr%C3%ADgu I will be updating with new chapters at LEAST once a month... hopefully I don't get the dreaded writers block!
I really enjoy that the format is approachable and that i can write from anywhere I have an internet connection. I have always dreamed of writing a book but I have been so intimidated by having to write volumes before anyone gets to see it. What if I go in a direction no one enjoys? What If I'm terrible at writing and manage to write 500 pages of garbage?
I like how this is sort of like a writing blog, that your audience can read from a computer, tablet, phone etc. I have put a mature rating on the content simply to avoid any trouble if I get into any sexual/sexy-ish situations with my characters. I don't rightly know that's the direction I'll go with this, but want to avoid getting young people hooked on a story that their parents wont approve of them reading. Druidry can get pretty darn sexy after all!
I would love some feedback from people far more talented and brilliant than myself. Also I think that Wattpad is a fantastically easy and approachable way to write a book, get feedback while you are writing, and share your talents with many people. I did notice that at the present moment.. I seem to be the only writer that tagged their story with #druidry... so there is a wide open gap for the taking! Feel free to come fill up that space with me! Also of note is that the site provides the writer with creepy demographic information on readership like location, and time spent reading, just like a google analytics for writers LOL. I think that could be useful in determining who is most interested in your writing and if your content is engaging.
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