Hello! M name is Colleen, and I've been meaning to join this instance for a while now!
I am mostly a scriptwriter, working on visual novels for Studio Lupiesoft. (If you follow indie games on birdsite you may have heard of us recently but that's for later.) Check us out here at http://lupiesoft.com (link warning, many of the games are adult in nature)
I also do my own games and stories, over here: colleenadia.itch.io
It's a pleasure to meet you all! #introductions
I could use some random questions about my life and cute stuff! https://curiouscat.me/peppertsuki
how to stop PayPal from deadnaming you (to others)
As anyone who is trans knows, PayPal in the US is shitty about showing others your deadname.
A workaround to stop this is to change your PayPal account to a business account (you don't actually need a business), then you can set the name that others see to whatever you want.
crosspost regarding queer creators and their audiences
https://twitter.com/peppertsuki/status/1091724571835858945 It's a long thread but I'd appreciate if you read it and gave feedback.
I also love it when people read & share my work!
Here’s one of my favourite poems of 2018: http://uncannymagazine.com/article/drop-some-amens/
Here’s Chapter One of my Broken Eye Books novella, ‘How To Unmake It In Anglia’, now freely available for public reading: https://www.patreon.com/posts/distraction-how-16019903
And here’s a blog post on my website and poetry and how we assume truth of it: http://www.brandonobrien.space/difficult-and-uncomfortable-on-poetry-and-truth/
Looking for a transmasc reader
Would anyone who's taken T be willing to read a short story (about 3000 words) to help me not say anything stupid?
The story isn't about the character's transition, but he is a teen dealing with family issues and being trans is just part of that whole thing. I don't want to have gotten it so wrong that it throws the reader out of the story.
CW for the story: drug OD, religion. Not graphic, it's a very sweet story about growing love between brothers. Thank you!!
Once again, it is #FollowFriday time!
The theme I picked this week is "black people". So here are some interesting black person's accounts that I suggest you to follow.
@Are0h, Social @ PV's instance admin. [en]
@ArtistMarciaX, artist. [en]
@guerrillarain, storyteller and one of the most kind-hearted person of this network. [en]
@Mwenyi, future architect. [en], [fr]
Hey, my friend started a patreon for his/her work, and if anyone wants to support a really funny interesting NB model and get some nice erotic pictures out of the deal, please consider supporting him/her!
🎼 And here is my first album ✨
It's called "Alma" (from Greek "άλμα" which figuratively means "significant move forward")
The album art was very kindly made by @Mirima and based on an old drawing of mine.
Black magic, secret libraries, and small town charm in a city of the dead. A necromancer’s daughter stands against family and friends to defend a young historian from the world above.
BOOKS AND BONE is a librarians-and-necromancy fantasy currently looking for backers on #kickstarter.
Thanks to the generosity and kindness of so many people it's closer to becoming real, but I could still really use your help if you wouldn't mind taking a look.
asking for help -
I've got about $60 in my bank n rent is due tomorrow and my phone just got shut off.
I know I been asking a lot lately but I'm scared n job hunting is killin me.
Anything helps, seriously. I'm about $700 short on what I need to keep the lights on and a roof over my head.
oh yeah, my entry for trans gal jam 3 is up!! i made a cutesy li'l game about two robot girls trying to meet up. super short and all, but i'm proud of what i was able to put together for my first Bitsy project ^v^ https://starbornkit.itch.io/robogirls-get-together
A magical script girl, writing stories and visual novels and other oddities. (She/her, they/them)
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.