smithjeanb wrote: ↑
November 1st, 2020, 3:56 pm
Are you involved in any other projects? I don't know what to do next, and the choices are so overwhelming....
awww how sweet of you, that you want to support some of "my" projects
Well the only English project that I am BC and DPL to right now and that still has 3 sections available for claiming is the Rover magazine: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=83224
. It's short stories, so maybe you like to grab one.
All my other projects are either fully claimed right now (World Story project and Black Cat project - both are series, so there will be new projects for them soon) or in languages other than English. If you speak French or German, let me know and I can give you some more links
If you are eager to try some stage plays, look for - thw
after the title here: viewforum.php?f=27
In many cases I'll be DPL to Todd's plays and they are great fun I can assure you.
Well, maybe I'll see you over there.
Thanks for your interest.
(and thank you, Todd, for helping out while I was snoozing away)
I wanted to work on the Count of Monte Cristo, but I can’t handle all of those Spanish words. How do people deal with that issue?
if you want to be accurate, there are online pronunciation sites to check, or there is the Help ! thread for languages where native speakers often do sound-bites so you can listen to what it sounds. Just post your question over there: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=40285
But in many cases, absolute perfect pronunciation (especially for names) is not required by the BC. Just ask in that particular thread how they want to handle it. Often, as long as it's understandable it's ok even if not perfect.