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dhole

Location: United States

Member Since: March 2012

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Hi, you can call me Dhole here. For those of you who don't know what Dhole is it's an Indain wild dog. Absolutely fasinating. I kind of connect with them in that if it wasn't for my friends and family I don't know where I would be! Dhole are fairly small animals, but can take down tigers because they work together in huge packs.

Some of the things that I love are reading and writing (of course), horseback riding, skiing, jogging at night, and just hanging out with my friends in treetop hamocks. I don't really have a favorite genre maybe fantasy, but lately I've gotten into some historical fiction and a few other more realistic genres.

When it comes to writing, I like to consider myself fairly capable. I like writing poetry, but haven't really found a certain style yet (which bugs me so much). I would love to write a novel, but have been having some issues with that.

My biggest writing fault is that I have problems with developing  a plot. I'll have this great story idea and I'll really start getting into it. I'll have two to three chapters when basically I go brain dead. Where do I go from there? So I tried some short stories. Only problem is, I can't seem to make a story that I think turned out well in only a few chapters!

I am really hard on my own writing, and can seem to satisfy myself. Then when I think I finally have it, someone points out some big flaw or discrepancy and the whole thing starts again. I also tend to procrastinate. I'll have this huge surge of insparation where I'll get a few chapters done, or a few well written poems, and then I just stop. I have nothing going on in the creative section of my brain that I can put down on paper.

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