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Joined: 18-Aug-2008
Birthday: 9-Jul-1985
Total Posts: 79
Realm: North Carolina

My main interests are comic books and video games. I like a verity of music, including (of course) Celtic, rock, orchestral. I love to read, mainly fantasy and science fiction. I also like to draw.
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Posted by Skeleman on Sep 9th, 2008 7:22 PM
When I try to write this is my most prevalent problem or barrier. I've been told before if I go to write but don't have a subject to write on, I should just write about anything, about what comes to mind. Well, that's ok for a writing exercise, or once in a while but most of the time one needs a direction. So, what's my direction? That's what I'm trying to find out. I've also been told before that I should write about what I know. I agree with that. But that doesn't solve my problem. I honestly know quite a lot. I'm not bragging, I know there are many people out there who know more than I do and a lot of those know a great deal more than me. But that doesn't change that I know a lot. I should mention though that much of my knowledge is useless in everyday life. If anyone has any suggestions or ideas for me please feel free to share them. Otherwise I guess this is a problem I'll solve next time I encounter it.

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