In which I end up lessening my word count goal – by a lot After a whole lot of excitement and not as much writing, I decided to change my word count goal for Camp NaNoWriMo to something I would actually be able to reach. At first I did not want to, but decided that, … More Adventures in Camp NaNoWriMo and Writing
In Box of Secrets a healer needs to use both the Ruon charms and a chant to heal one of the characters. … More Worldbuilding Wednesday – Worldbuilding a Chant
Because we all need some cheering up…
This Afrikaans song, “Piekniek vir TWEE” (“Picnic for two”), by TWEE (“Two”) is so beautiful and the music video really does it justice. … More Favourite Music Thursday – “Piekniek vir twee”/”Picnic for two”
I haven’t done a Favourite Music Thursday in a while, so I thought that this week, after the music and worldbuilding post, some more music would be just the thing. This composition by Two Steps From Hell from their album Battlecry is one of my favourite tracks (and great for a writing soundtrack as well!). … More Favourite Music Thursday – Never Back Down
This is just so beautiful and touching… I can’t get enough of Radical Face’s music and this song has definitely become one of my favourites in a very short time. Do yourself a favour a listen to all Radical Face’s music! Click here to buy the album.
One of my favourite songs by one of my favourite bands! (Also love the video.)
“O lux beata trinitas” is a Vespers hymn by William Byrd, sung by (among other artists) Anonymous 4 and appears on their album Four Centuries of Chant. For more information about the hymn, click here. The Latin text is followed by an English translation and then an Afrikaans translation. Latin: O lux beata trinitas Et principalis unitas, Iam sol … More Favourite Music Thursday: “O lux beata trinitas”