Besides sitting with a nasty head cold while writing this (oh the joy of the changing season — hello there, autumn, my second-favourite season who’s not being very friendly this year), the past two weeks have not been too bad. The one highlight (oh, and what a highlight!) was finally seeing a-ha live on stage … Continue reading Reading & Listening Update: Research, L’Morte d’Arthur Lectures, and More
As such, I am hoping to do some proper writing (well, fiction writing) and reading during that week...
One of my favourite ways to learn more about myth and folklore are through listening to podcasts.
'Tis here! My interview on The Folklore Podcast - Folklore in Fantasy Fiction (episode 17) - is live today!
Welcome to the first Weekly Finds post of 2017!
Podcast of the Week Stop Trying to Think of a Story That No One’s Ever Thought Of Before – The Smarter Artist Video of the Week - BrunuhVille - Wolfborn Articles of the Week 7 Questions You Have About Scenes vs. Chapters – K.M. Weiland A chapter is a chapter and a scene is a scene. Or … Continue reading Weekly Finds – Stories No One’s Ever Thought Of, a Singing River, a 2,000-year-old Unsolved Mystery, and Music
Podcast of the Week: From One Novel to a Universe of Books. Writing a Series That Sells With David Wood – The Creative Penn Video of the Week: Medieval Warfare (Part 1) by The Faculties This is the first video in a three-part series. Articles of the Week: Epic Fantasy: Is there such a thing … Continue reading 6 000-year Old Traditions, Strange Relics, Epic Fantasy, and a Universe of Books
This week I have for you a podcast about a physical notation system by the Incas that consisted of coloured, knotted string, a beautiful song and music video by Radical Face and four articles that range from spiritualism to music appreciation. (Though not music appreciation by supernatural beings. Hmm… talk about story inspiration…)
Welcome to the first Weekly Finds! In these posts I’ll show some of the cool things (which includes things like articles and blogs) I’ve found on the internet.
Podcasts, just like audiobooks, is a great way to spend those times of day when you’re commuting (or doing housework). There are podcasts available on just about every subject you can imagine. There are a few podcasts I follow every week and some for which I pick and choose episodes to listen to. Some podcasts … Continue reading Podcasts for Writing Inspiration