There be mystery in these woods . . . … More Inspiration, October 16
Updates to my NaNo site. … More NaNo update!
Wherein I babble about maps and libraries and trade routes. … More Inspiration, October 14
Third installment in the architecture series . . . I’m on a roll apparently. This strikes me as a nice, quaint little village on the verge of winter. Something about it is . . . relaxing. The lone lamp post has always held significance for me. It’s the Lantern that welcomes Lucy to Narnia from … More Inspiration, October 10
Today’s inspiration isn’t a picture, but rather a Tumblr post that I found particularly interesting. I think I might try this. Seems like a good way to get to know your character.
My sixth day of inspiration for NaNoWriMo. … More Inspiration, October 6
There will be a library of some kind in my world. Cool, right? Right. Books. I’m thinking my character is going to go here looking for some kind of knowledge integral to her story arc – I would tell you what, but spoilers!
I figure if I’m going to do this thing, I should actually do it right. Here are the things I’m hoping to accomplish with my foray into National Novel Writing Month: 1.) Write at least 1,000 words per day. 2.) Make writing every day a habit (that I continue after November, clearly) 3.) Get excited … More NaNoWriMo Goals
Here’s how I actually view my character at the beginning: My character is in the lower class – so she won’t be wearing all the frills and expensive-looking clothes. It will be something more like this, except I’m thinking either red or gray for the skirt. And of course she’ll have a coat for when … More Inspiration, October 4
How about this? I’m really feeling the trains lately. I’m knee-deep (so not very deep) in world-building at the moment, and I want my country to be advanced enough to have a train system that goes throughout the land – most notably, it is an elevated train that runs above the city where my main … More Inspiration, October 1