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    Anita
    Admin

    I just joined Describli today, which is in public beta right now. I could barely remember what the sales pitch was, that made me sign up, but now I’m there.

    Right now there’s two thing (besides a forum):
    – Write stories to one of the prompts (the prompt is one word, with a small sentence to inspire)
    – A writing game, where you can challenge someone to write a story with you.

    Both types of activity has some point system attatched, and there’s a leaderboard to show off those who’s had most likes and the best ratings.

    I doubt that there will be any full-time writers there, but perhaps it will be a nice place to dabble into different types of stories. Who knows what will catch on?

    On the other hand, for me personally.. I know myself. I have lots of sketches that have had the promise of something good, that I have sworn I would turn into a finished illustration, but that simply doesn’t happen. I just move on to something else.

    Well, I don’t know what I think of Describli. Not over the moon with excitement over it.

    If any of you wants to join, I have invites, so just let me know. If any of you are already there, let me know what you think :)

    Freelance Illustrator - with a strong passion for children related projects
    #1928

    Wade
    Unboxer

    I’m on it too, and like you not sure what to do with it. I receive daily prompts in my inbox but I haven’t written anything yet. I believe the sales pitch is that you can connect with readers, but I’m not sure how. I would like to know if anyone is using it regularly.

    #1929

    Anita
    Admin

    I don’t even know if there’s any readers in there yet. It’s still in closed beta, I think. Last I checked, I had to use the password to get in.

    If there were readers, or if the site was open, it would be easier to see the worth of the site.

    I guess what it could be used for, would be to test small stories, to see what strangers thinks, and perhaps use the things that were well recieved for longer stories.

    Freelance Illustrator - with a strong passion for children related projects
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