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R.J.

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About R.J.

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    The same guy as Rad Steven.
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  • Birthday 01/01/1988

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    Philippines
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    staring at instagram pictures and trying to guess where exactly it was taken

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  1. In another universe, Brandon Sanderson also completed a series entitled A Song of Ice and Fire lol soooo prolific
  2. Well, sex sells lol. Personally, as a reader, sex scenes in stories tend to be written more like fillers than anything. I've read a lot of stories over the years but I can only remember only one story with well written sex in it and was not written as a filler (I tend to skip the few I encounter because they really read like a filler) โ€” Crosscrurrents by Adam Phillips. And as a writer, I find sex scenes extremely difficult, more difficult than writing the actual story. I think it is a gift to be able to write effective sex scenes lol
  3. thank you! i thought it was markpeters.com lol
  4. five feet away is too far lol
  5. I rarely read the news these days (I don't really like watching TV) because I get tempted to read the comments. I didn't even realize there are so many anti-vaxxers (who also happen to be religous nutsโ€”surprise, surprise!) until covid happened. I don't understand it. Worse, there are those who to this day still believes covid doesn't exist. The only good thing (sometimes bad) that came from this situation is having to work from home.
  6. you guys could try google docs, so that everything's saved and backed up online and can also be accessed through your phones. i used it when i went back to writing. already learned my lesson 10 years ago lol
  7. R.J.

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    everything you said, i couldn't agree more. it's just crazy but sane. when i was younger (and i assume not just me) i had this assumption being an adult would make everything better but everything's still a mess hahaha only a million dollars would probably fix this
  8. And I missed you guys too ๐Ÿ˜Š just suddenly found myself with a lot of extra time now that I'm working from home lol I'm in the minority who actually liked episodes 1-3 ๐Ÿคฃ though I was still a teenager when I saw them and maybe hayden christensen had something to do about that
  9. Mardi Gras Murders by Mark Peters is definitely adult and a detective story, though I'm not sure it is in his page here. I remember reading it in his own website 10 years ago which seems to have gone offline now.
  10. I would recommend anything by Rick Beck here at AD. Though the characters sometimes start out in highschool, majority of my memory of his stories seems to be in the character's adulthood. Outside the Foul Lines, I believe, started out in college. Mark Peters' stories also, I believe, are almost all adults. I read these stories years ago so I don't really have perfect memory of them.
  11. And my romantic side agrees ๐Ÿ˜ There was a phase in Asian gay fiction (in web literature or movies) when every story did not have a happy ending, and while I could relate, I absolutely hated it. I'm just glad that phase is over now.
  12. John Mayer said in his new song, "shouldn't leave you messages in every little song." And I could relate to that. I was supposed to entitle Signs as Dear John, but I realized it would just be a message in a bottle in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. And, I think I'll leave it at that ๐Ÿ˜… Very grateful for your kind words ๐Ÿ˜Š
  13. that's great to know, Mike! i think i'm going to be taking advantage of that in the coming months. thanks!
  14. definitely bookmarking this site for when i have lots of free time to read. thank you, james!
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