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Old 04-29-2017, 12:24 AM View Post #1 (Link) Writer Newbie Joining
Wizard_sir_Avery (Offline)
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My name Wizard_sir_Avery, but you can just call me wizard for short if you wish. I just joined and just wanting to get to know a few people. I am ambitious to start posting so you people out there can critique my writing. Henceforth I am a fan of Tolkien and Lewis work. So if you are, tell me. I would love to know. Withal, I love and adore fantasy works.
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Old 04-29-2017, 05:29 AM View Post #2 (Link)
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Hey there, welcome to the site
Yes we are eager to read and critique whatever you right, feel free to post them the in the forums that are dedicated to writing. Make lots of friends and help others as well.
I hope you like it here.
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Old 05-22-2017, 03:24 PM View Post #3 (Link)
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Hey! 'S'up, Wizard!

Arghh! I'm only Lewis' biggest fan ever. I love him so much that it's distressing. And Tolkien? Straight-up awesome. I'll be honest, though - I've watched every single LOTR movie (usually in dawn marathons... every year... -ahem- twiceayear**), but I've always found the books a little hard to get through. I feel like the prose drags a lot, but I really do love his work.

Keen! Let us know when you post something up! You can post your stuff in the writing forum, under the appropriate heading (we like our categories. We're like weird, awesome librarians, who also write, critique & make damn fine virtual cookies/hugs).

But, to return to the point - yea, verily, welcome unto our forum. We have virtual cookies, for your partaking thereof. Enjoy!

**Hey, don't judge me - I'm old & sad, and I had too much time on my hands at uni (it was my study week tradition) & a serious thing for Aragorn.

Oh, Aragorn... *sigh* I just want you to be happy...
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