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Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 6:37 pm
by Fluff
pigfender wrote:A different but somewhat related question, then...

What do people think about revisiting genres?

To much of a good thing, young piggy?
Take care,
Fluff xxxxx

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:00 pm
by pete340
pigfender wrote:A different but somewhat related question, then...

What do people think about revisiting genres?


That's fine. Except for Westerns.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:38 pm
by auxbuss
pigfender wrote:A different but somewhat related question, then...

What do people think about revisiting genres?

Good for me. I'm happy writing anything, tbh.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:41 pm
by auxbuss
pete340 wrote:
pigfender wrote:A different but somewhat related question, then...

What do people think about revisiting genres?


That's fine. Except for Westerns.

Go Westworld on it. A bit sci-fi or fantasy.

There's a thought: a Western with dragons. A sci-fi Western is just The Matrix.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:56 pm
by Jaysen
More westerns with aliens and dolphins attacking pirate ships.

Don't care what you pick... you're the boss. Just make sure there's enough fornication for Mr K.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:19 pm
by vic-k
Jaysen wrote:More westerns with aliens and dolphins attacking pirate ships.

Don't care what you pick... you're the boss. Just make sure there's enough fornication for Mr K.

Wot y'on about, formulation! ? :shock: How much formulation d' y' need to write just one chapter?

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Fri Mar 01, 2019 12:28 pm
by gr
Keeping genres unique is fun and all, but clearly extra in the grand scheme of things -- a bravura performance on your part over and above the awesomeness that is NIAD. I think everyone will think that is entirely your call. And, to state the obvious, there is plenty more to explore in every genre -- except Westerns (haha, just kidding -- I loved that one).

gr

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 12:26 pm
by nom
pigfender wrote:A different but somewhat related question, then...

What do people think about revisiting genres?


That’s fi... wait... they’ve had genres?!? :shock:

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 1:03 pm
by pigfender
nom wrote:That’s fi... wait... they’ve had genres?!? :shock:

1 - R2.6 S1.1 E(by author)
2 - R2.3.4 S1.2 E(by author)
3 - R1.2.1962/2013 S2.1 E(by author)
4 - R1.1.2014 S2.3 E(by author)
5 - R1.2.1867/2015 S2.1 E(by author)
6 - R2.5.3 S3.4 E(by author)
7 - R1.1.2017 S1.2 E(by author)
8 - R2.5.4 S4.1 E(by author)
(obviously)

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:06 pm
by gr
pigfender wrote:
nom wrote:That’s fi... wait... they’ve had genres?!? :shock:

1 - R2.6 S1.1 E(by author)
2 - R2.3.4 S1.2 E(by author)
3 - R1.2.1962/2013 S2.1 E(by author)
4 - R1.1.2014 S2.3 E(by author)
5 - R1.2.1867/2015 S2.1 E(by author)
6 - R2.5.3 S3.4 E(by author)
7 - R1.1.2017 S1.2 E(by author)
8 - R2.5.4 S4.1 E(by author)
(obviously)


Oh cool. Now I can check to see if my pf-genre calls for each NIAD were on the mark. (Can I get another dining-out bet with my wife out of this? Maybe, maybe.)

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 7:56 am
by pigfender
I really liked the western one. :(

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 2:47 pm
by gr
Agreed. It is also one of the most cohesive in reading.*

--gr


* Also includes the funniest chapter by far, namely (plot spoiler alert) the genre-busting chapter with the flying saucer.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 6:50 pm
by auxbuss
pigfender wrote:I really liked the western one. :(

I've never written any sort of Western-type stuff and would welcome the opportunity; though I suspect I'd go off-piste. Just the opportunity to use spittoon in context is a pull.

Re: Revisit previous years events?

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 7:43 pm
by gr
auxbuss wrote:Just the opportunity to use spittoon in context is a pull.


Likewise for the opportunity to use 'spittoon' out of context.