Blog Hop!

It would appear that the wonderful Maggie Smith has tagged me in the Blog Hop, where you answer questions on your current work-in-progress as if it’s the ‘The Next Big Thing!’ Here goes… What is the working title of your book? Dramduzt. Where did the idea come from for this book? Months and months of accumulated […]

From Bone To Body – Part I

Ideas are like bones. On their own, they’re a little useless. One thing I always struggled with was taking each of those bones and fitting them together to form a skeleton of sorts, a bare outline of a story. Taking those ideas and turning them from a simple sentence into an essential part of a […]

Considering NaNoWriMo

In light of my previous posts about working towards finishing a novel and productiveness, I’m considering NaNoWriMo for the first time. For those that don’t know anything about the challenge, it’s basically 30 days in which you are supposed to write a manuscript of 50,000 words despite their quality. I’ve heard only good things about […]

The Hardest Road

Today I began my newest WIP, one of the stories set within the Sulrun world that I introduced in my last post. I think it’s my sixth or seventh ‘Chapter One’ of 2012, so the sixth or seventh time this year that I’ve started writing a story. You could say that I’ve begun a very […]

World Within A World

World-building is the process of constructing a completely imaginary world. It sounds crazy, like something your senile grandparent would do to escape the youths playing ball games on her wall, but it’s actually really fun and a fundamental factor of any novel (especially fantasy). Whilst some cower before the concept of World-building, paralysed by the […]

30 Questions Writing Meme

I’ve taken this from Maggie Madly Writing, I’m sure she won’t mind! 1. Tell us about your favorite writing project/universe that you’ve worked with and why. I’ve created way too many fictional worlds, and half-written way too many stories… but I would have to say that my favourite universe is my current one, Sulrun, a massive […]