Worldbuilding Wednesday: Soft Focus

It’s getting to be fall, and for writers, that usually means at least an awareness of NaNoWriMo, if not outright participation. Many of us are going to be engaging in some form of all-out, keyboard-smashing orgies of writing some time in the next 60 days. That...

Worldbuilding Wednesday: Are You My Reader?

Are you my reader? Do you like to read the books I write? Maybe you’re fond of the same small-town or cozy urban settings as I like to set my stories. Out maybe you’re a fan of the kinds of quirky protagonists that populate my stories. You might like the...

Worldbuilding Wednesday: TV Tricks

I don’t have cable or satellite (weird, I know, but guess who hasn’t seen a political ad ALL YEAR), so when I get into a TV show, it is usually a few years old, and available by the season on Netflix. This gives me a unique perspective in viewing shows. I...
Worldbuilding Wednesday: The Long Game

Worldbuilding Wednesday: The Long Game

Ever wonder why most of the truly famous writers are dead? It’s because writing is a long game. Not only a long game, but sometimes a very long game. Long enough so that the language itself changes before your popularity does (guess who I’m talking about)....
Worldbuilding Wednesday: Building Blocks

Worldbuilding Wednesday: Building Blocks

Anybody who’s ever been around a baby knows that blocks are the most fun toys ever to have been gnawed on, no matter if said gnawing is done in a mud hut or a marble palace. Blocks are the cool shit, and don’t let anybody tell you different. As writers, we...

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