...without wanting to go back and change something. Hello readers, I have been lightly considering seriously taking up writing as one of my many full time hobbies but I simply lack the follow through to plow though that urge to perfect everything as I go. I also have many other flaws that make writing very difficult for me. I don't like reading. I can't spell. I use lots of run on sentences. Ellipses... are... awesome...! I'm a perfectionist who's far from perfect. I don't like to proofread and I am instantly disgusted at what I have written. What I do like, however, are the stories I can tell. I was introduced to something called Dungeons and Dragons when I was 12. It was the best format I've found to tell my stories. All I had to do was get the ball rolling and the momentum would go where ever it wanted to. All I had to do was fill in the gaps with some clever description here and there, some cool villain, or interesting situation and my players were happy! Some of these stories evolved in such a way I wanted to share them with others. Unfortunately, actually sitting down and writing a story with a blank page and eternally blinking cursor mocking me is a lot different than the off the cuff and lightly sprinkled story telling I'm most comfortable with. So now I'm here, with literally enough of an epic story to cover 5 novels locked away behind a frustratingly stubborn perfectionist mentality where I'm more than likely to delete five hours of work and quickly click "Save" than try to get through it. I'm hoping I'll find the motivation somewhere. Perhaps here. -Chaos Inc.