Hi everyone! I wasn't too sure where to ask this, so I hope here is all right. As we all know, unless you become very successful, you need a day job alongside your novel writing. So, while my biggest dream is to be a published author, I know that it doesn't really equate to a career - or at least, not a stable one. I must have considered a hundred different things that I could do for my "real" job when I leave college, but few appeal to me. One thing that I've considered is doing something that is perhaps just as unreliable - writing scripts for games. Dating sims/Otome games, to be more specific. However, I've never written a script in my life. How hard, in your opinion, is it to write a script when you're used to writing prose/still continue to write prose whilst also writing scripts? Is it something you think I'll be able to get into the swing of relatively easy, or is it going to take me years and years to write a script to the same standard that I can write a novel? Finally, does anyone have any experience of doing something even remotely similar to this? Does novelist + scriptwriter for games = something one can live on? Or am I just being silly? Thank you for reading this massive question.