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BreezinBy

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Honestly, I feel like in my threads, I'm sorely lacking in something that is making it hard to say exactly what I want. It's no fault of any of my partners mostly but I feel there is an ambiguity that is causing problems in both of these? Could anyone find it?



Thanks ahead of time.
 
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I think sometimes people like to know about the person. Hi, I'm this. You can call me this. I am interested in finding one or two people to write with. My schedule is a bit like this.
I dunno. I like RTs where I can get a better sense of a person. To see if I think we would click in general.

-- That was pertaining to the FxAny one. I'll look a little more. **

Adding to this, perhaps make small headers and separate things a bit more? Like, About Me:, What I'm looking for:, etc.
It's really all about your own personal style! <3
 
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Sep 15, 2020
That's always going to be a problem ๐Ÿ˜‚ but lemme go through your thread and give you my stream-of-consciousness as a reader. Maybe that'll help with how to structure it.

Intro
Ok, makes sense. If the F-list is important link it right there. If not, cut the F-list mention and keep the F-list link in the middle. It already sits on its own line which is clear enough

Warning
Feels very open. Can this be more specific? One suggestion is to change the header to "Who I'm looking for" and then a bulleted wishlist of 3 to 5 things. Or maybe do the bullet list on a napkin somewhere then figure out how to write it.

Writing Style
The thread switched from you to who you're looking for, then this section comes back to a mix of both details about you and who you're looking for.

I'd suggest splitting it. Or if it stays as it's own section, If the most important part is someone to who can move the plot forward, bring that all the way to the front of the paragraph, like "I want someone who can move a plot forward with me...".

Where to RP
Ok

F-List
Can there be a tl;dr version of the top 3 to 5 things you're looking for and want to avoid? I personally do go through entire lists but usually someone who can fulfil the top ones will seal it and F-list doesn't show rankings within a category

List of fandoms
I see common themes that you're looking for, like you seem to want to play fun, sassy characters, and you like actiony plots - or maybe I misread that, in which case that's something to clarify. Try to consolidate the common threads around
  1. Who you'd like to play,
  2. What kind of plots or situations you'd like to play,
  3. What kind of characters you'd like your partner to play and what the relationship dynamic looks like
And find a way to bring that into either the section about you, the section about who you're looking for or what looks like it could be a new section about stories and genres that interest you and why.

Coming to the end, I actually feel like most of the info is there, it's just that if someone gets to the end and wants to make a request, they can't easily look back through it and confirm if they really match what you want.
 

JennaThorne

Planetoid
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Aug 29, 2020
I feel like it's informative but it could be more evocative? Inject more personality, really grab people's attention!
 

Red Spite

Moon
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Oct 21, 2020
Anyway, I could still use some feedback, especially on the Original stuff.
It's a pretty thorough post and gives a good idea of your expectations and what you'd like to offer. It feels like there's a bit of a sense of you there, which is cool.

I'd suggest removing the mention of your superhero academy idea having not worked out before. It's 'starting on a downer' and could be argued to be information a prospective partner doesn't need.
 

Arkwright

Moon
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Oct 23, 2020
this may sound odd at first, but maybe include a picture of a good-looking woman beneath your intro? the thread's all blurb: words words words and lots of bold. some imagery would break it up. example
 
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