WBJ Day 3: People and Races (2/2)

GOLEM The Golems are a unique race compromised of using magic to merge a dead soul with a clockwork body. The result is a mechanical being with awareness, thoughts and feelings. However, when first created, they were intended merely as instruments of war who could think, analyze and adjust their combat style based on their... Continue Reading →

The Snowflake Method

This is a popular and effective method to plot out and write a novel. Follow these steps until you either reach step 10, or feel you're ready to start writing. Here are the 10 steps: Step 1) Take an hour and write a one-sentence summary of your novel. No more than 20 words. Which character has... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo 2014

I've been attempting to get back into doing digital art, and decided concept covers for my NaNoWriMo novel would be a perfect start (as I already had in mind what I wanted the final product to look like). I ended up with two concept covers, and a bunch of Facebook/NaNo banners to match. You can... Continue Reading →

Day 10

We went kayaking today, and it was beautiful out on the water. The skies were clear, the sun was warm, and the water was mostly calm. It was relaxing and enjoyable. Up until I managed to fall into the water when getting out of the boat -- yes, I didn't fall in until I was... Continue Reading →

The Greek Muses

I was asked to if I could post a bit of Greek history, specifically about the Nine Muses - as the term 'muse' is still used today to represent a person, place or thing that inspires us. Not only are the Muses explicitly used in modern English to refer to an artistic inspiration, as when... Continue Reading →

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