Amanda (cissa) wrote in murasakicircle,

Hello, and a question

I'd like to make sure my participation here is Ok with everyone.

I'm a fiction reader, not a writer. I read a lot, usually genre since I like narrative as a component of my reading. When I read something, I enjoy thinking about why it worked or didn't, and what I liked and didn't like about it. But I don't write fiction myself.

I do have some writing I want to do, though; it's a non-fiction book on creating original Celtic art, with an emphasis on digital techniques. I think being in a writing group would help me work on this, though since it's not fiction, I'm not sure whether the rest of you are amenable to this. I would put it under cuts, so you wouldn't have to wade through it unwarned!

So... opinions, please! I quite understand if you want to keep this fiction-only, so do let me know!
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Having written both,I would have to say the same tools apply. Plus who knows what we may learn about,eh?
Thanks! I can safely promise extreme Celtic art geekiness. :)

I know this means people will not necessarily want to read it, but any opinions on clarity etc. that people are willing to offer will help, plus I think it'll encourage me to WORK on it.