Saturday, August 29, 2009

NaNoWriMo RE: Cryptids!


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Me answering NaNoWriMo Questions once again. This time is was: Cryptids!

For my story, the MCs work for the government to sort of keep the 'cryptid' type creatures under wraps. They go wherever there's a sighting, which is why there are documentaries and shows about these creatures, but no actual hardcore evidence or capture. So for my story, I need a bunch of these cryptid type animals. They don't deal with ghosts or aliens, though, so those are out.

I need things like Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Champ, Jersey Devil, etc. Thanks for your help!


[quote=Phoomp]One creature not mentioned in the above list is the chupacabra.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chupacabra

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HEY! That was what I was going to mention! You beat me to it!

When I'm planning for NaNo I always head to the local libraies and the state libaray and get out as many books on my plot topic as each library allows me to get out on my card, and than I spend the weeks before NaNo reading up on various info about my topic I plan to write about. Part of one of my current plot ideas was to have a Chupacabra attack only it started killing people instead of livestock, so there was now a big rush to track it down and find out what it was and put a stop to it. So, as a result of that plot idea, I right now has out: Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature, and believe me, if you are planning to do any serious study into Cryptids, you can not research them without this book! OMG! I may go out a buy this book - there is so much info in in about every single Cryptid in history!

My favorite, which, after reading this book, resulted in some plot idea changes, was the Californian Megalobatrachus or The Californian Giant Salamander. It's like bigfoot only salamanders instead (and I've got this thing for salamanders.) Well, I had never heard of these Giant Salamanders until last week when reading this book. Now I've been looking them up, and I found info about sightings of salamanders up to 30 feet long! Most sightings are of salamanders 5 to 6 feet long or 9 to 12 feet long for a few, but always in California.

My personal favorites however are not mentioned in that book: Phookas and Kelpies and my personal #1 fave: MerFolk (this link goes to info about an actual merman sighting in recent years). In spite of hundreds of sightings in the past, because there have been almost no new sightings of these three since the 19th century, they never get mentioned in cryptozoology and are instead placed in folklore. :(




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NaNoWriMo RE: What's the killer's motive?


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On the NaNoWriMo forums we find the question: What's the killer's motive?

What's the killer's motive?
One of my main character's lives a normal life, but he's also a killer.

I don't want his reason for killing to be because he was abused as a kid.

Anyone have any ideas?


This is a very vague question and like several others have already said, we really need to know a detailed background about your character and the plot of your story, and some info about the characters he has killed, before we can actually come to any real conclusions as to why he kills them. If we knew more about him, his situations, and his victims, we could than draw on what we know and try to come to logical conclusions about him.

With the information you have given, all we are able to do is show you examples of reasons which OTHER killers have killed and not reason why YOUR killer has killed. and so that light I will give you three brief summaries of killers I use in my own stories and maybe that will help you to see examples of different reasons why different killers kill.

As for your not wanting it to be because of his childhood, think about this for a moment: Everything you do as an adult, is a result of some event that took place in your childhood.

That said, there are many reasons why a killer would kill.

One reason is that he may have a metal illness - bi-polar, clinical depression, schizophrenia, etc. which causes him to kill others for no real reason at all, other than a chemical imbalance in his brain (which is what a mental illness is - and is different from a birth defect like Autism, Downs Syndrome, etc: a mental illness can be treated with medication, a birth defect can not be treated).

Another reason is that he's been hurt really bad - beaten by muggers whom the police let off on a technicality, so he took the law into his own hands, for example. Or jilted by his girlfriend who ran off with his best friend, so he killed them both. Or a dad who's daughter was raped and/or killed tracks down the rapist and kills him. His dog could have been killed in a hit and run so he kills every one who drives the type of car that killed his dog, because he knows eventually he'll kill the right driver. His wife died of cancer, so he kills her doctor for not saving her. These would be vengeance killings and you could come up with millions of them if you put your mind to it.

Megalomania - always my favorite. Though rather rare in real life, it does make for good fictional killers. Hitler is by far the world's most famous megalomaniac, closely followed by Napoleon and Moses. Other real life Megalomaniacs have included Vlad Dracule the Impaler, Osama Bin Laden, Brigham Young, the Templar Knights, Jack the Ripper, and The Zodiac Killer. Megalomaniacs have egos the size of Juptier and think they are the right hand of God (or even think they are God made flesh), sent to earth to do God's will and wipe out all sinners, or to quote Saucy Jack "I've come to clean the streets of London", and Hitler: "The streets are now safe for our woman and children."

Megalomanicas always go down in history in a really big way, because they go to such outlandish extremes to kill people and kill people by acting out the biggest delusions of grandeur the world has ever seen. These men spoke for God. They boldly claimed to talk to God, hear God's word and kill in God's name. They claimed to be making the world a better place by removing all non-believing sinners from it. They took religion fanaticism to new heights and sought out global denomination, crowning themselves as the self-proclaimed leader of the world and set out to building up private armies of religion crazed followers willing to slaughter all non-believers in there name and in the name of God.

In the world of psycho killers, megalomaniacs reign supreme. In the realms of fiction, megalomaniacs are often a bit less religion crazed than their real life counter parts, and can usually be seen running the pages of comic books under the such names as: The Joker, The Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, ect. They also haunt the sci-fi realms under such names as: Davros, the Daleks, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, etc.

Megalomaniacs kill because they are right and you are wrong and if their brainwashed followers heard your words, they might not want to follow the ego controlled megalomaniac anymore. Megalomania is a very rare and very serious mental illness similar to schizophrenia, big on a much bigger scale. Usually the megalomaniac sees himself as God, the Prophet of God, the One World Leader, or some other hugely overblown delusion of grandeur. The main differance between a megalomanic and a schizophrenic, is the shichophranic stays in his own world of delusions and doesn't usually start killing people, while the megalomanic tries to pull the whole world into his delusion with him and nearly always kills - often repeatedly - to gain domination and will force his theologies on the rest of the world than kill any one who disagrees with him ideals.

And than another question asks:

But Why Must he Kill them?


Okay, I'm writing a murder mystery and am presently outlineing the plot. The murderer is a serial killer. The people he picks are seemingly at random. I had in mind that he's some sort of public servant so he has a bunch of files on people and these are the people he's killing. They are otherwise unconnected and the kind of people who'd never meet.
What I need help with is this: why is he killing? It's obviously nothing personal, he doesn't really know them himself. So what reason would someone have for killing people at random, especially those with nothing in common.


My first thought was:

What if he works in court, say he's the clerk for a judge, so he's the one who files all the cases and thus would be reading a lot of paperwork about a lot of people from a wide background. And he's NOT actually picking the cases at random, though it seems that way to every one else.

Now, maybe it's family court - custody battles, divorce cases, domestic violence, that sort of thing. Maybe all the victims have one thing in common - say they were all accused of abusing their children, or they all are dead beat dads who don't pay child support, or they are all drunk mothers, or they are all on welfare but are selling their children's food stamps to buy cigarettes instead.

Now to the outside world, all the killings would look unconnected, but in this guy's mind, all of these people had one thing in common: they were hurting their children. And the legal system was letting them get away with it, so he took the law into his own hands and killed them to make sure they never hurt their children again.

How does that sound?

So there you have a few assorted reason why killers kill. There are of course others, but I think the ones I mentioned are the easiest to write about. And for farther examples, here are the three summaries of characters in my stories, that I mentioned earlier:

I had a serial killer once, (The Red Dragon from the Twighlight Manor series) well I still got him actually, I have used him in several short stories and he hasn't been "caught" yet so I can keep using him, though I haven't used him in any of my more recent stories, but anyways, he only kills people that look a certain way (certain color skin/hair/eyes, clothen style, etc). His motive is that he was in love with this woman, but she married this other guy, so he killed her and her daughters (only the ones that looked like her) years later, and after that every time he would see a woman that looked like her, he'd kill that woman too for reminding him of her. He mentally unstable as a result of lost love and destroys everything that reminds him of her, so he kills for love, or rather, he kills to forget.

I have another reoccurring killer, (Blackbird, also from the Twighlight Manor series) who is not human, but he looks human, and it's set in our world so most humans do not believe him when they say he is not human. Anyways he's from a "superior race" (or so he claims) and when he sees humans who are doing things that "disgrace humanity", he kills (and usually eats) that human, for the betterment of the human race to prevent said human from corrupting the rest of the humans. He's somewhat of a "moral" killer, though his morals are a bit radical. Also he eats humans, because they are "inferior", he thinks of humans the same way humans think of cows - cute on the farm but tasty in burgers. His moral reasons are more to see to it that humans keep in line, stay "domesticated", and don't destroy themselves (via man-made sickness, environmental depletion, and warfare) so that his people don't lose their food supply. So he wants humans good and moral, not because it's good for them, but because he's worried they'll do something to wipe themselves out and endanger his people because his people periodically harvest humans for food. Think of it this way - could you imagine the panic McDonald's would have should cows suddenly cease to exist? Yeah, it's like that - kill to survive.

The thing of Blackbird is, that he's not like others of his kind, most of his people blend in with humans so no one knows they are not humans, and they kill humans all the time too, but they make it look like an accident or natural causes or something else so they don't get noticed. But Blackbird, he's not afraid to tell people that he's not human, and he just comes right out and cuts the human open, so the rest of the human think he''s a psychopathic nut. They don't believe he's not human. They don't believe humans are only here to feed his people. They don't believe that he's only hunting for food. They think he's a serial killer with mental problems, so he keeps getting caught and dragged away to a mental hospital. He's not mentally ill, but people think he is, because they don't believe he's what he says he is, or that he's just doing what come natural to his kind - killing lesser beings as a source of food is not murder, he claims, but no one will believe what he says.

Than there is the Lansquin (also from he Twighlight Manor series) and he's a self proclaimed prophet-savior-religious fanatic who pretty much will kill any one who disagrees with his religious views, because it's better that the sinners die than corrupt the rest of the world. He's a multi-billionaire though, so he's never actually killed anyone himself, he hire's hit men (via his ultra fanatic ever devoted flock of followers) to kill for him. He went and bought the mental hospital that Blackbird keeps getting dragged off to, and than gets Blackbird out of technicalities, as long as Blackbird never kills any of his devoted followers. He ends up using Blackbird to get rid of a lot of people who disagree with his religion as a result. The prophet dude is a super crazed megalomaniac, who thinks he's making the world a better place and will eventually (attempt to) get around to killing off all of the approximately 6 billion people in the world who disagree with his religious views, so that he has complete control over the only remaining people: the members of his church.

Okay, so, there you have my, as usual, long winded answer. (And people actually wonder how I reached 50k in 3 days last year!) Hope that helps you out some on your character building. Good luck with NaNo 09!

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The gothic-horror-steampunk-fantasy-Stockholm-romance genre?


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I've been racking my brain trying to figure out what to write. I know I've started a few threads already, about various plot ideas I was tossing about, but none of them has really stuck yet so I'm still searching for a plot. I've been trying different angles: create a character, than figure out what happened to them and why. That didn't pan out. Than I tried: take an event and figure out a background story to it. Nothing. Next I went for: take a fairy tale and turn it inside out. A few ideas came, but quickly flew out the window. Than I thought - well maybe if I knew what genre I wanted to write, that might help me find my plot.

So here I am sitting here thing: What genre do I want to write? Well, what genre do I usually write? I have no idea.

I write lots of stuff. I have 30 years of various short stories, novellas, chap books, and novels kicking around. I've never been able to specifically place any of it in a single genre. Some of it reads like romance, but I don't writ romance - it's more: villain tortures damsel in distress and she goes head over heels for him, stuff - very Stockholm freak-out. But than, some of it reads like science fiction, in a very H.G.Wells Time Machine/Crystal Egg/Island of Dr Morue Victorian sci-fi/horror "steampunk" sort of way. Half of my character are not even from our galaxy let alone our solar system and a few alien abduction-UFO-Fox Mulder type scenes find their way into the stories. There's more than a few morbid goth/emo haunted houses complete with ""Heathcliff" and "Rochester" dark moody freaky guy-with-a-dark-secret characters. Than I've got the whole slasher Freddy Krueger high on Stephen King type of stuff mixed in with everything else. To make things just a bit more out of the norm, mermaids, faeries, flying cats, and once in a while a unicorn or three sort of show up for no good reason at all.

So, I'm looking at the stuff I write and I'm asking myself "What the hell genre is this anyways?" It's a little bit of this and a little bit of that and touch of these and a smattering of those all rolled into one mixed up surreal mess and I can't make anything I write fit nicely in any of the standard genres! Finally I came up with the answer. I write: gothic-horror-steampunk-fantasy-Stockholm-romance genre

The gothic-horror-steampunk-fantasy-Stockholm-romance genre? I can't even Tweet that on Twitter! It takes up the entire Tweet! LOL!

Okay, so now I have a name for the genre I want to write. It's the ONLY genre I ever write, so I'm pretty much 110% positive that it's the genre I'm going to be writing for NaNo 09. Now all I got to do is figure out what type of plot best matches this genre. Any one got any thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions?

Is any one else writing/planning to write a story that could be considered part of the gothic-horror-steampunk-fantasy-Stockholm-romance genre? Have you got a plot yet? If so, can I borrow pieces of it? I need plot ideas!

Oh yeah --- and I'll looking for any character "ideas" as well.

And I don't know why but for some reason I just started thinking: "Wouldn't it be nice to write about a dark traveling side show." (Thinking of the Tourchwood episode "Into the Rain" or whatever that episode was called - the one with the 100 year old freak show filled with ghosts that survived by sucking the life out of the living. - or sort of Ray Bradbury's "Something Wicked This Way Comes" evil circus type of thing.) Hey! I like that idea! I wonder what kind of characters I could come up with for a plot like that?

Steampunk-Goth-Stockholm evil traveling circus from hell? oooh, I gave myself a plot idea while asking you guys to help me come up with a plot idea! YAY! Must go think on this some more - I think I could work with this.




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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Is it a real paid to write site or is it a scam?


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On Factoidz I found the following question:

are www.writingjobs.net a good agency to join?

Here is my answer:

I have not seen this site before you mentioned it - that alone should tell you that it may be a scam, as I am a professional writer and I tend to know all the real sites. I've seen other site's like this one though and as far as I know, every site that follows this "line up" turns out to be a scam in the end, so I would tread very lightly here and avoid them unless you hear otherwise from a fellow writer (whom you personally know and trust) who has used this site with success.

I quickly scanned the site and I saw a lot of dangerous warning signs that indicate scam artist.

First off, let me point out that any site that spends several hundred words pumping itself up, and telling you over and over again they are the greatest and the best, with out really telling you HOW they are the greatest and WHY they are the best, should be avoided. I legitimate site would spend it's time telling you up front WHAT they do and HOW they do it.

Secondly, the site goes on and one about how much you should join and how much you'll love it, and ONLY at the VERY BOTTOM does it than decide to mention that, oh yeah, by the way, you got to pay all this money to us so we can tell you how we are going to tell you how to make money writing. BIG RED ALERT there! It reads like a ClickBank eBook ad or an ad for acia berry diets.

Thirdly, a REAL business or service is not going to flash the phrase "60 day money back guarantee" in your face every 5 sentences. A real business, will have a Terms of Service (ToS) page and ONLY on the ToS page will you find any mention of a refund - and you will also notice that they will usually call it a refund, not a money back guarantee. The whole "buy today, make lots of money tomorrow, or your money back in 60 days" pitch just screams scam on a loud speaker. ANY site, no matter what they are selling, if they throw a pitch like that at you, they are a scam - close the page and ignore them, there are better ways to waste your money than this.

Fourthly, what EXACTLY is it that they are asking you to pay for? They don't say. They dance all over the place telling you how great they are, but they do not specifically tell you what exactly it is that they are going to do for you once you dish out the money. They are making lots of very vague promises with out specifically telling you anything about them or their service at all. If you are going to pay for something, you ought to have a detailed list of what it is you are going to get for your money.

They say you'll find lots of freelance writing jobs if you pay them money. Okay - HOW? How are they going to find you freelance writing jobs? Are they going to send an agent to your house who will sit down with you and discuss your portfolio and determine which magazines (note - NOT eZizes, but REAL magazines - like O, Glamor, Country Living, Forbes, Popular Science, ect.) are best suited to your writing style and area of knowledge. Why should you expect them to do that? Because, that is what a REAL agent does - and a REAL agent usually charges you BY THE HOUR. An agent actually gets off their ass and goes out there are looks for jobs that match your specific writing style. Are they going to do that for you? They are making claims to being an agent - well, than where is their list of names? Will you get to choose which agent you want to work with or are they going to throw one at you at random?

From reading their site, my conclusion is, that they have no agents who are going to come over to your house and discuss job options over dinner with you. It appears that they are asking you to pay money in order so you can read a list of classified ads for writers. Yeah, you know what, these pay to find job sites are a dime a dozen. Pick a career, any career - contractor, waiter, writer, nurse, babysitter, whatever - no matter what career it is, you'll find dozens of scam sites telling you to pay them money to tell you where to find a job. You know what? Monster is FREE and they do the exact same thing, and 9 times out of 10, these pay-to-read-my-list-of-jobs sites copied their lists right off of Monster or CraigsList or some other free listing site and the scammers are now asking you to pay them for something you can find and read for free elsewhere!

So basically all you are paying for is for them to do your Googleing for you, which if you don't like surfing Google for free and finding free listings 100% free - than, yeah, go ahead and pay them the money and get the list. Just know that, you could have gotten the same list yourself for free with ten minutes surfing Google. Heck, if you are really just into the writing business because you want to make money, you could make more money surfing Google and compiling lists and asking people to pay you to read the list. The average freelancer makes under $12K per year - which is nearly half what they would make in a minimum wage job at the mall. Only a rare few ever reach the $25K income and you are hard pressed to find a freelance making more than $30K. If you are looking at the big names and thinking you could be a millionaire with writing, think again: the big pay writers like Stephen King and JK Rowling got their money off movie rights. Sure, it was a spin off of their writing career, but still, it was not the writing itself that paid big. Remember: if you want to make writing your career than you must first love to write more than you love to eat or have a roof over your head, because a writer's pay sucks, and every writer is going to tell you that. The fact that this site is making big promises of big pay from doing nothing but writing, should be a huge warning sign that it is NOT run by a writer, because no REAL writer is going to make those kinds of claims.

Additionally, why pay for services like this when there are sites like AbsoluteWrite, WritersWrite, NaNoWriMo.org, and so many others that offer listings/help/advice for freelance writers at, get this: 100% free. You don't even have to be a member to read their listings! The horror of it - you can scan sites without paying a penny or even joining the site - who knew? What will they think of next. :P

You should also read SFWA's Writer's Beware, which is a list of all the scams their writers have uncovered over the years.

Okay, here's the deal: if you are really serious about becoming a freelance writer, go to your local book store and buy a copy of this years (2010) Writer's Market. It's a directory of EVERY single REAL and Legitimate publisher who is looking to pay freelancers. The Writer's Market is like a phone book - and it HUGE - well over a thousand pages, and thousands, upon thousands of listings, posted by the publishers, editors, and agents themselves. As a general rule, if they are not listed in The Writer's Market, than they are not a real publisher/editor/agent. (The Writer's Market costs about $20 - $30 depending on with you get the big full edition, or wither you get one of the smaller "children's writer", "non-fiction writer", "poet", "song writer", or "short story and fiction writer" editions, and depending on wither the book store sells books at cover price or at discount.)




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