...Nobody said you had to be online at the same time as me purple. stare I reply when I see a reply - generally there's nobody else online at that time because we're on the other side of the planet. They read it when they come back on and reply. Besides that, I can't go on without your reply because your character is conversing with mine and I can't get out of it. confused
Tiz ok... I'm glad you replied *nods* I was starting to think that when I wasn't there nobody replied... sad I also missed Fable, rather, she logged on a few minutes after I'd started to log things off so I could go to bed... (I spent the entire day outside in the sun yesterday and was totally pooped when it came to my usual RP/Gaia-time...) neutral
Fairdoos - much better to write down, but not so good if you loose page 3 before you've written down what's needed...lol* razz
What gets me after writing it down is you start noticing things that worked when you were writing it, but now you re-read it, it doesn't make sense/needs something more - I can spend hours on one paragraph until it's right... sweatdrop
Sometimes with sequels it's helpful to write a brief paragraph about what happened beforehand smile if you've already done that then maybe you can start with either a big happening (e.g. battle/explosion etc) or something gradual that you can expand on in following posts?
It's all down to you obviously xp I can only push suggestions wink (I've yet to get so far as a sequel) sweatdrop lol*