I am rushing to finish one more script before this month ends. I grew to be fast and efficient when working with those. They are fun when you get to know what the game is about. For the first freelance assignment, I am pretty satisfied with how everything goes. If you expected some UpWork essay and my experience, it will be written in the future, only if I get a bit more experienced. So far, I’ll recommend it to anybody who has enough time for a second job. The pay is not huge at the beginning, but I barely started. We’ll see how it turns out later on when everything is safe within my grasp.
Um, the story I posted on my Patreon, I can say it got people interested and that is what I was looking for. For the next month, I don’t have an idea of what would you people like to see. I am open to suggestions.
The story I had a problem with, the one I intended for competitive writing, yeah. It’s halfway done, but I hit a big problem while writing it. I am at the culmination point and I don’t have the background meaning and a message I wanted to convey. The story is all looks, no soul. And that ground my creative process to a halt. Now I can safely say I am meant for novels, not really short stories. What I planned to put in a story, well, it turned out it is valuable and potentially a novel material. I didn’t want to prolong this, yet I threaded into a world that combines several cyberpunk genres into one. This means I have come against uncharted territory with lots of new and interesting aspects to the genre research. Still, I need a story and I am working on finding the soul for it. I need a day or two when I am not working on a script and develop this segment to the fullest. It is a base level for every story, or else, you don’t have a good foundation to build on.
Mind the little things that spoil your writing fever.