Romance f/f, m/f, ignore post count (free-casual)
I am looking to write romance stories. I can write in any genre you wish. In general, I like female/female, but I will write female/male, if I can write the male part. I can promise you two-four carefully written paragraphs per post and would like the same in response. It is not that I can't write more, but I would prefer not to, unless it is a story start, or setting a scene. Please let me know if you have any questions. If your posts are generally eight or nine paragraphs, I won't be able to keep up with you. I am more of a casual level poster.
If you are interested, answer the following questions, please:
1. Are you looking for a GM or a writing partner. I will GM people, but I want to know what I am getting into. I prefer co-writing.
2. Are you prepared to writing a beginning, a middle and an end? I like to seem my stories through.
3. Can you use punctuation? I don't care if your perfect, but if you can't be bothered to use any punctuation at all, besides periods, then we won't get along well.
4. Do you want me to start the story? I can, if you give me an idea to start on. I like when others start, but it seems more often than not that I end up starting.
While I do not mind adult content and language, I prefer to fade-to-black when it comes to actual sexual acts.
In general, I like having an actual story, rather than just a romance. I like adventure stories with elements of romance. I also like unusual situation stories where unlikely paired people are through into a situation together and must cope with their differences. I like almost any genre. When it comes to canon, I usually do not like using canon characters, but I might make exceptions if someone has a clever idea.
I can write submissive or dominate, but I believe that there is more to a character than those simple classifications. If you have any questions about this, please PM me.
As I have new ideas, I will be posting them in this thread. You can ask me questions here, or simply PM me, but I would prefer to keep prolonged conversations in PMs.
I will play furries as well as magical races. I could list a ton of pairings, but this is what came to mind. As more pairings occur to me, I will add to this list.
Last edited by Black Bird; 11-17-2012 at 11:20 PM.
BELINDA (Open story start- female/female)
Belinda looked up from the papers she was grading and realized that it was almost dark outside. Daylight savings time was definitely in effect. She stretched her slender frame out in her chair and leaned back. Two hours of grading papers was enough for any teacher, and she was not even quite done. Her darkened classroom was empty. The students had left hours ago, off to enjoy their freedom, while their teacher worked on.
Belinda was wearing a dark brown blouse and a pair of black slacks. Her pert nose was topped with a pair of round glasses and her heart shaped face was framed by a cute bob haircut. Her hair was shiny and brown.
It had been three years since she graduated and started teaching, and in all that time she had not dated. In college she had a girlfriend or three, but in small town U.S.A. it wasn't possible. If the schoolboard found out she was a lesbian, there would be hell to pay. It was so unfair! This was the sort of small town she was from, and she loved it, but the people were so close minded.
Finally, after another half hour, she was finished for the day. Tomorrow was career day and they were getting a special visitor from the military. She looked forward to hearing what he had to say.
The morning was hectic and hurried. Between a flat tire and MacDonalds giving her diet instead of regular Coke, Belina was already tired. She pulled into her parking spot and set her head on the steering wheel for a moment. Dear God let things get better, she prayed.
Belinda eventually decided that she could not sit in the parking lot all day, so she decided to go into the school. The buses were starting to pull up and kids were already lined up outside waiting to enter. She pulled her pea green coat tighter around herself and wished she was in Florida, or any place that wasn't 35 degrees.
Once she was in her classroom, she set about reviewing her lesson plans for the day. She taught sixth grade, which was, in her mind, a tough age. Sure, it was not as back as teaching teenagers, but it was tough enough. Many of her students were used to being spoiled at home and spent most of their time playing video games and surfing youtube. It was hard to bring them up to speed.
Career Day was a special day in which community leaders came in and talked about their professions. There would be a lawyer, a doctor and even a social worker. She looked forward to career day as a break from the normal routine.
Her students filled in right on time and she took attendance. Thomas and Kennedy were out sick with colds and lucky Sebastian was on a vacation with his family in Mexico. They were talking and milling around a bit, since she did not demand silence until the final bell sounded. Even then, she tried for a class room where discussions could happen.
As the final bell sounded and her students settled down, she walked to the door of her classroom to see if their first visitor had arrived. If not, she would have to improvise.