1. What was your first story about?
Nothing, basically It was a romcom, but the plot was non-existent. It was just random dialogues with occasional, unnecessary drama.
1.a) Did you publish it? If so… did you archive it once episode released the archive feature?
Yes and yes. I archived it like, 6 times. I did so many “revamps” because at the beginning I didn’t even know that a background had different zones, lol. Then when I finally figured it out, my characters started teleporting, so you can imagine how crappy my directing was… After fixing some directing, I made the story visible again, then I archived it to merge some chapters because they were super short. I was pretty happy with the outcome, until one day when I reread it and I was like, “wow, this is trash”, so archived it again. To be honest I want to rewrite the whole thing because it really bugs me, but I’m not sure if I’ll ever do that.
2. What inspired you to start writing it?
Hmm, okay… I only started writing it because I barely found any funny stories on the app, and I thought there was too much pressure on Kayla Sloans since she did all the hard work. I basically wanted to help to keep the comedy section alive If anyone is wondering, I don’t think I was much of a help, lol.
3. Did you read the tutorial guides and guidelines before you started writing it?
I’m pretty sure I read the guidelines after publishing I never read the tutorials, because I wrote my first few episodes on Mobile Creator, and when I went to the writer’s portal, I tried to understand the system generated code, and I wanted to learn everything else on my own.
3.a) If so, did they change your story ideas or influence you to change your plot?
The guidelines didn’t change my story ideas because they were within them anyway.
4. How far have you come since then?
Pretty far I would say, because I’m getting much more feedback than I used to, and people seem to enjoy reading my stories. I like to think it’s because both my writing and my directing skills got better, but I still have a lot to improve on and I’m planning to work on this.