Well, at last I’ve updated the Patreon page! Both the summary and the tiers have been updated (although tiers still start at $1). Here is the summary in which I also show where The Knowledge Stones and Grove of Graves fit in. The summary of The Ruon Chronicles During the Achtarion War between the Airus […]
I’ve also made an editorial calendar and actually wrote it on the wall calendar in order to follow it while also seeing the bigger picture…
Writing more Thanks to all the public holidays in April (and me taking a few days’ vacation at the end of the month), April went far quicker than I’d thought it would. But the good thing is that I did have some extra time to rest thanks to the days off. I didn’t do all […]
So, to that end, I’m going to relaunch the Patreon page in a week or two with some new tiers…
To that end, I’ve come up with a Plan Of Action for the next few months which I hope will get me where I want to be at the beginning of 2019 to start the year of with a bang.
Can you believe we’re in the thick of autumn here in the southern hemisphere already? Although, I’m already working on July mags at work, so my mind is a bit split in two and apparently have decided that it’s June. (Mostly because I worked on weekly mags for 8 years and my brain seems a […]
Hersenskim sponsored! I did it! I sponsored the word “hersenskim” in the Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal (Dictionary of the Afrikaans Language – think the OED). Basically sponsoring words are a way of procuring more funds to continue with the lexicography work necessary to continue the dictionary. And, as “hersenskim” is one of my favourite words and […]
May has been a month of fiction started, but not necessarily finished. The reason for this is that the stories were written either for Patreon (part 4 of The Box of Secrets) or the writing course I am currently taking through The Open University and FutureLearn.
I don’t have that much of a writing update this week as I mostly worked on Box of Secrets, but I did have a little something published and was nominated for a Liebster blog award as well. Paragraph Planet “She watched from the bed”, a 75-word story, was published by Paragraph Planet on 7 May! […]
Okay, so my Saturday of Epic Writing did not pan out quite as I had planned.