At the end of the session: If you look out your telescope you see the volcano erupt at last, destroying the island you just escaped from! Except it’s spewing Gelatinous Cubes instead of lava because SOMEBODY wouldn’t stop talking and I ran out of time for encounters.
…Because interrupting the narrative to turn it into Asexuality 101 is not always a good idea.
It may be easier to implement these ideas if you’ve also read my asexual character development question list. You can also get more ideas from reading and answering those questions.
It’s the Cool Thing to Do.
Before you guys give me weird looks, and I know that some of you already are, be aware that my mind tends to wander like a vagrant who won the lottery and decided to spend it all on booze — and then proceeded to become horribly, horribly drunk in…
Read that headline again. Can you spot the mistake?
Okay, it’s not a mistake, per se, but it’s something that newer writers do all the time, and professional writers don’t.
At least, you don’t see it in published work very often, because editors cut it out like a malignant growth.