Maybe I'm just trying to find a way to justify my MD but I keep thinking I should try to write out these fantasies as stories. But then I try and it's just so awkward in words and really embarrassing and personal and I don't think I would ever let anyone read it. Besides, like others here, I often take plots I see or read and change them for my own purposes so I guess it would be a copyright issue. Ha.

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Comment by April Dawn Hale on January 16, 2013 at 2:42pm

Back in late elementary/middle school I started DDing about characters from cartoons. Then in High School I started writing fanfiction. Lets just say that now, most of the time my DDing revolves around the fanfiction worlds I've created. 

 

Maybe it will be different for you. Don't let my experiences stop you from trying. Everyone is different.

Comment by Chandra D Lewis on January 16, 2013 at 2:27pm

Hello, Betty. Nice to meet you!

I have thought of it, and in fact am working on a novel at the moment. It actually helps me keep things under control -that is, until I run into a plot problem; then I DD until I figure something out.

There is a genre of stories called 'fanfiction' that you can try if you're feeling up to it. And if you feel embarrassed about people reading it, then just don't share. It isn't anyone's business anyway, until the writer invites others to read.

Comment by Josh on January 12, 2013 at 3:25am

I've been thinking about writing a book for a while now but I never seem to be able to just get started. When I was younger my parents and grandparents always went on about getting something to record me talking with because when I would play with toys, I would come up with stories that kept them entertained for hours haha. Now I wouldn't dare telling anyone about them. What I find strange is that barely any of these fantasies actually involve me. I've always been very interested in large fantasy worlds like Middle-Earth so that's the kind of world I fantasise about but I'm not in it, they're all characters I've created. I guess I'm more like the puppet-master in my day dreams.

Comment by LeAnn Marcum on January 11, 2013 at 7:08pm

I'm planning on writing a book soon.

Comment by Wish Upon A Wish on January 11, 2013 at 1:26am

I started writing in the past month or so. I don't write them out to be published, or as a proper story, or in any way that would make sense to someone else (I once tried to write out the backstory but I got bored and stopped.) I just write them to write them, usually when I've had a scene on repeat for a while. Actually, it seems to get the scenes out of my head. They're stuck on repeat, and writing them down gets them out and puts them on paper. Then I save them and one day when I'm bored and find them again, I can read them and be all like, "Oh! I remember that!" and, "I don't remember this." and "What was I thinking!!" And yeah.

So you could just try writing out a scene or two and see if you like doing that. If you do, don't stop. If you don't, do stop. Simple!

Comment by ashlee on January 9, 2013 at 7:13pm

thats how i feel! its so awkward and embarassing to write and it takes me so long just to write a couple sentences. its taken me like months (because i keep stopping_ but ive written about 17 pages ;o

Comment by taffle on January 9, 2013 at 7:47am

I write out my daydreams. I usually have the big picture imagined out and it's the details that gets me. Before I write, I used to replay scenarios over and over again in my head because I was afraid of forgetting them. But after I started writing my fantasies as stories, the replay stopped, my mind is less cluttered, and I feel satisfied.

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