thefangirlshadowhunter asked: Can you recommend any YA Sci-fi? I've read Across the Universe, The 5th Wave, and Obsidian.
loopylizard asked: I am writing a fantasy story about a boy who is an heteroromantic asexual. It is set in a world where they don't have terms for this so I am finding it difficult to describe. Do you have any advice for writing this character without it seeming like he is just scared of sex (or any other explanation)? Also my main character is a POC and the main woman is a lesbian trans woman. Any advice on not making it seem like these characters are just to add diversity (I didn't. They have important arcs)?
Sumy recommends this post as a starting place. (More suggestions welcome!)
randompanda99 asked: Hey. I'm 14 and I write a lot in my free time. It'd be awesome if I could get published, even just through a minor company but I feel like my writing isn't that good. I also don't have money to pay for courses or editors. How can I improve my writing?
tcut95 asked: What do you think of people creating backstories for their characters in RPG games? Is there a specific way/style of writing that seems as though it would make for a better narrative in this case?
IMO there is no reason not to create a backstory for your RPG character if you want to. And if you’re playing the sort of RPG where your character’s personality/history have an actual effect on the game (ie not World of Warcraft), creating a backstory is probably essential for enriching the whole experience. I don’t think there’s any particular narrative style that works any better/worse, though. Just write it in whatever way flows best for you.