The Mythical Creatures Bible: a Definitive Guide to Legendary Beings by Brenda Rosen Although The Mythical Creatures Bible is a small volume (only in size, it has nearly 400 pages), it contains a huge variety of mythological and folklore figures and almost all of them are illustrated. The volume consists of five parts: An introduction […]
Welcome to the first of my NaNoWriMo Prep posts! I will do one of these every week in which I will be looking at different resources for NaNoWriMo. If there is one software I can highly recommend, it’s Scrivener.
Winged Hybrid Creatures: In this second part I’m covering griffins, hippogriffs, Garuda, harpies, and the alkonost.
Last week was one of those weeks where you were never quite sure which day it was thanks to the public holiday on Thursday (24 September is Heritage Day in South Africa). It may also be the heat – it feels like instant-sunburn-weather already. From this week all should be back to normal, however. Well, […]
Here is a link to my interview with Flash! Friday for my winning story “Bones Beneath the Juniper Tree” – in which I try to sound like I know what I’m doing and give sage writing advice. All in answers of 20 words. I also received a badge for my story “Life on Canvas” over […]
There are so many different types of winged creatures in myth and folklore that I decided to spread them out over a number of posts. While not an exhaustive reference, I hope that these posts – as well as my other worldbuilding posts – will still be a starting point in finding new myth and […]
This week I had two articles published, but also have news about another article I wrote back in July which is now available in the anthology Brose Genade: ’n Bundel opgedra aan kankervegters.
Bullying is most often seen as “something that always happens” and “just something that kids do” — it’s “kids being kids”. I know that bullying is present in all schools and also in other spheres of life. But that doesn’t make it right. I don’t see why it should be some kind of rite of passage.
Spring has sprung! Last week was Spring Day – and as suits Spring Day – we had a cold and rainy week after a few weeks when it felt like it was already summer. Published Articles: This week’s articles are definitely more upbeat than the previous week’s! Make a New Start This Spring 5 Great […]
Articles for the week included one about the Cotopaxi volcano eruption and another about The Everlasting Eskom Saga. Fears as Cotopaxi Volcano Erupts for First Time in Over 70 Years The Eskom Saga: Could There Be Coal Supply Interruptions? For updates on Cotopaxi, you can go to Volcano Discovery. Tomorrow I’ll be posting some more […]