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New to Storyist and excited about the prospects. I'm also newly unemployed so will have some time on my hands to begin wondering the world of writing. I've had quite a life and have done some self study and look forward to sharing my experiences. Just a quick look around the forum has shown me an open community with a good sense of humour, although irl I tend towards introvert I do enjoy reading humorous posts.

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Welcome, Tgal!

Sorry to hear about the unemployment, but time for writing is a gift.

 

Hope you enjoy Storyist. It's a great program.

Best,

Marguerite

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thank you marguerite. I spend more time reading than writing usually, but I find writing to be a release, and I think I've learned enough to start sharing. It's been awhile since I had more than a few minuets to write so I'm looking forward to what comes out of my pen/keyboard :)

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Hi, Tgal!

 

As M says, time for writing is a gift. So don't waste it. It might be a while before you are once again lucky enough to find yourself unemployed. :rolleyes: In the meantime, Storyist may be just the tool to help you use your creative juices to spackle together a papier-mâché journey through the imagination (© Storyist Slogan Department 2013, just kidding).

 

Happy writing,

-Thoth

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Thanks Thoth, just trying to piece together all those old paper notes I have scattered all over, so papier-mâché is more appropriate than you know ;) Also working on getting all those into Storyist, it's always a work in progress.

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... it's always a work in progress.

So true, Tgal. So true.

 

BTW: I have found it helpful, when assembling paper notes into the Storyist Notes folder, to "time-stamp" them relative to where they would apply in the story. E.g., Protagonist has a hangover the morning after the second party but not the first.

-Thoth

 

Query: Does your "T" stand for Toronto?

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