ThomasLaHomme, The Reader
Hi, my name is Thomas La Homme. I'm a veteran of two Industrial bands. I'm also a poet. I grew up with the old Choose Your Own Adenture and Endless Quest books in the 80's and have always been fascinated with the old text-based computer games like Zork.
My background has been in writing fiction, so my point of attack when writing story-games is always with an emphasis on the story. I feel that interactive fiction is a valed art form that can be viewed as a subgenre of experimental fiction. Since mainstream writers are likely to take this format and do something skull-crushingly boring, I see this as an opportunity to expand the form of "genre fiction". Whether of not what I write is any good is up for debate. Writing is always a learning process, so hopefully I'm getting better as time goes by.
Let me know what you think.
Two sentient dolls who remember previous lives as a prince and princess in another universe, go on a perilous quest across the United States to learn more of their origins. My first storygame so any constructive criticism is welcome. Now with 30% fewer typos! Thanks to Mizal for editing advice.
A young man's coming of age as he navigates an underground fairy city where time runs slower and his hometown as it evolves into a metropolis over the centuries.
Recent PostsInsomnia on 1/20/2020 5:22:42 PM
So happy for you that you've gotten this situation settled. Hope you get back to being your old self soon!
Spellcheck on 1/19/2020 3:02:34 PM
That's not convenient for me because I don't have internet access on my home computer. I can write the text out and then save it on a portable drive, but then I have to go to the library to upload it. Very time-consuming.
Spellcheck on 1/19/2020 3:01:16 PM
I found it. It's in a drop-down. There's a menu at the top with the button you press to get to it.
#BEANSQUAD on 1/18/2020 3:22:52 PM
I always thought Rorshach was like a superhero version of Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver. He has a sense of decency, but he's so screwed up that he just sees the bad in people and seldomly ever the good.
Spellcheck on 1/18/2020 3:14:16 PM
Okay, thanks for the heads up.
Spellcheck on 1/17/2020 5:00:00 PM
I'll just copy and paste my stuff to spellcheck.net. Thanks, everyone, for your suggestions.
Spellcheck on 1/17/2020 4:52:14 PM
Okay, now the spellcheck's not working. I'm putting my rich text editor back on because things are just more complicated without it. I think the site's been reformatted and that's why my spellcheck's not working.
Spellcheck on 1/16/2020 4:10:33 PM
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Spellcheck on 1/16/2020 3:51:35 PM
Okay, thanks, mizal. Um, where in my profile would I find that option? I seem to be at a loss.