ShadowHills, The Reader
No Profile Entered
Recent PostsYa Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 11:47:39 PM
Well this is only one song, they're not all gonna be about this. I have a hype song, political song, cop song, love song, BDSM song, and a song about family as well.
Thanks. I'll make sure to check it out. :)
Ya Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 11:29:49 PM
Would you suggest like.. deepening my voice?
Ya Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 11:29:17 PM
I'll check it out, thanks.
Ya Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 8:50:27 PM
Which statement, exactly? XD
Ya Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 8:43:16 PM
Yeah, it was recorded off like, a phone with the beat playing on a pair of speakers lmao.
Ya Boi Made A Song. on 9/28/2017 8:34:51 PM
Oh yay, a response.
What'd ya think?
Work In Progress. on 9/28/2017 7:15:05 PM
Huh, I don't know why it did that. The emotes are supposed to show what's happening (think of it as a physical reader with physical book, kind of written how a play in some books are).
Allow me to give you some idea of where this is going. Basically a lot of bad shit happens to the protagonist, Joshua, and he eventually breaks down and kills The Narrator. However, he is unable to understand that he is a book, while The Narrator understands this. Each time the book is opened, he has to live through his death again.
Work In Progress. on 9/28/2017 6:42:15 PM
*The book is flipped open, revealing the Narrator. He sits on a chair near a wall, drawing tally marks* "Oh, oh finally!" He runs up to the page, placing my open palms against it. "Sir... or, is it madam?" He asks, squinting up at the reader. "I'm afraid my vision has gotten rather bad... please, you have to help me. I've been trapped in this cursed book for centuries. I can't stay another day, oh please, I can't watch this unfold again!" He shouts, slamming his hands against the page.
*The book flips to page two* "I know you can hear me, o reader!" *The Narrator falls to the floor, beginning to weep. The page is flipped again, revealing a much cleaner-looking Narrator. Where he once had a messy, tangled looking gray beard is now just stubble. His shoulder-length hair is trimmed up nice and neat, and he stands in the middle of a busy town, wearing a suit* "Fine. I understand now that you will not help me. But hopefully as you learn my tale, you will come to my aid."
*The Narrator clears his throat and begins to walk down the sidewalk, following quietly behind another man, named Joshua. A look of fear crosses the Narrator's face* "This is a story of a man named Joshua Gray. He's your typical American. He has a beautiful wife and son, named Lacy and Marcus Gray, respectively."
Work In Progress. on 9/28/2017 5:41:46 PM
The switch ups of I's/he's were intentional. The * moments are for when I, the author, am writing, and the other parts are when TN thinks he's in control, so he's telling it.
# @coins on 9/28/2017 2:56:07 PM
Good luck getting some of these beautiful fuckwads to do that.