Once again, I am speaking to you from the past. Oooooo. I have exams at the moment and therefore blogging is most definitely secondary. Good thing I planned ahead. I've decided to start interspersing in some posts about world building, character development etc, based on things I've learnt along the way, to help you out … Continue reading What’s in a name?
Once again, it’s WIPpet Wednesday. Feel free to play along. The rules are simple: Every Wednesday (or on whatever Wednesday(s) during the month you chose to do so) post something from a current WIP, and share the link. The only stipulation is that your post coincides with the date in some fashion. For instance, today … Continue reading WIPpet Wednesday.
The Top Ten Meme is hosted by the lovely people at The Broke and the Bookish. To be honest, there's more than 10 but a) I can't remember them and b) not all deserve to be on my list. So here goes, in no particular order other than that in which I thought of them: … Continue reading Top Ten Fictional Characters I Crush On, Regardless of Whether I’m Fictional Myself
WIPpet Wednesday is awesome. You can join. Unless you're a computer or an iguana. Visit this linky to join. Rules are easy-peasy: your submission has to reflect the date in someway. I could spell it out for you in detail like I've done here and here and here but I think you can work it … Continue reading WIPping it.
In just over a week, I'll be moving cities and while I may comeback to my home town to visit, I hope never to live here again. Which brings me to the topic of endings; the first draft of my WIP is so close to completion that its not even funny. Another few scenes, another ten … Continue reading Knowing when it’s time to move on.
Here, ladies and gentlemen, for your delectation and delight, I present (fanfare please)...Six Sentence Sunday!!! I have for you today six sentences from a piece which is currently sitting abandoned on my desk somewhere. Enjoy. As every night, the cowled man listened half-heartedly for a name. For three years, this man, known as Theron to … Continue reading Six Sentence Sunday
I find it odd, sometimes, when a scene seems to be heading in one direction and ends up going in completely another one. Tonight, I was writing a scene in which I hoped to develop the antagonist. I tried to introduce a foil who point-blankly told me he wasn't interested and left the scene, vowing … Continue reading Out of control.