Monthly Archives: July 2012
One of the hardest part of any story, particularly a fantasy, is coming up with character names. whenever one of my hanson (the little blue guys) names something, I go to a character-naming reference to find something appropriate. What language … Continue reading
It’s nice when somebody finds your blog, maybe by accident, likes what they read, and clicks ‘follow.’ When I learn about it, I try to reciprocate, and I did this time. Thanks, ‘the bettermanprojects’! Followers and likers don’t come … Continue reading
Thanks, Doug, for critiquing “Lessons.” I appreciate the feedback and input. Because you write in a different genre, you can bring a fresh prespective to my writing.
One obstacle out of the way–I finished handscribing “Lessons“, book 2 of the Alborn series. Still wordprocessing the last chapters. This book is a bit of a departure from the first. Especially in the later chapters, there are bad guys … Continue reading
A Six, named by the Six Sentences writing community, is a story told in six sentences, no more, no less. Although I don’t specialize in this form, here are a few I’ve done. After the Rain Winds howls by, whipping … Continue reading
I wrote this awhile ago, questioning who I am. I posted it on my other site in July 2011. It still fits, although I’m a bit less active. Posted on July 27, 2011 by carolynsworld What am I? … Continue reading