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Reading Together

Discussion in 'Beginner and Creation Help' started by FuzzyHedgepig, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. FuzzyHedgepig

    FuzzyHedgepig Jamie Tulpamancy System Is a host

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    For people that use reading as a form of forcing - do you just read together or do you talk about what you're reading too? If you talk about it, what sort of things do you talk about?

    This is something we're trying to work on but so far we haven't been doing brilliantly.
     
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    I love reading together with my host. It's a ton of fun :3
     
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    What sort of things do you like to read?
     
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    [Cassius] It's not really reading these days, but we go over stories together--webcomics, games, etc. (Most of what we read nowadays is dry stuff that only a few people are interested in, heh.) We'll talk about our various character interpretations, who we relate to most, aspects of the setting that strike us as really cool, etc.
     
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    Ooh, we hadn't thought of thinking more about setting. We were focused mainly on characters, which is really hard with our current book because none of the characters get enough 'screen time' (page time?) to really be worth talking about. The setting is cool though. That should have been far more obvious to us than it was.