Well, you see, the thing is that it's more or less based off of the book Roadside Picnic, which introduced the idea of zones, anomalies, stalkers, and artifacts. And THE S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games as well, those had the same idea of stalkers, the zone, and anomalies. Basically, I'm just making my contribution to the stalker sub-genre.
Thanks for your time, and I'll keep all that in mind. I do feel that you're being picky with the description thing, but whatever. My writing style is a lot more to-the-point than Knightfall's which tends to have very long chapters and lots of description. You have to keep that in mind. But I know that it can be improved, don't get me wrong there.
Heh, well, you should still talk it over with him.
Or, you could just ask me how she'd react in a given situation. Or you could have me write those parts. Sort of like a guest cameo or something.
Like I said, I'm a huge fan of Maynard, and have an interest in all three of his musical projects. But my favorite of the three will always be Tool. As I said, Tool is my favorite band, I suggest you listen to them.
I skimmed your thing, didn't really read it, but I saw that you mentioned the song "The Humbling River." That's truly a beautiful song, and the singer (Maynerd James Keenan) is definitely my favorite singer in music. I'm a huge of fan of his other two projects, but Tool (the first of his three musical projects) is the one that I like the most. Heck, it's my favorite band!
That's cool. I wish I had more time to write, but I have short bursts of inspiration that I have to take advantage of. I feel like if I work at any time out of those, I get a really bad case of writer's block.