Here’s an example of a simple character sheet – although I left out the parts that would be spoilers of the story! Read more about building characters and character sheets here. Selena Tellah — Ruon — Lives at Ruon Haliern (Book 1) Role in Story: Main Character Occupation: Ruon Healer, on her way to becomingContinue reading “Character Sheet: Selena Tellah, the Ruon Chronicles”
There are also as many ways of making character sheets as there are ways of writing.
One of the characters in the novel Porselein is in a type of asylum – which leads me to research the topic (seeing as what I already know is probably just enough to let me get it completely wrong).
Scrivener! There are probably very few writers who have not at least heard of Scrivener – and there’s a good reason for it. It really is that awesome. Whether you’re planning out a short story, stand-alone book or epic series, Scrivener is perfectly capable of handling it. I very rarely write anything that is notContinue reading “Useful writing software and apps”
Okay… probably not a bang. More like a handful of glitter. Good news is that I have already submitted my first piece of the year (some flash fiction), and I also posted part six of Box of Secrets on Patreon for my Patrons (it will be open for public reading this Friday). Posting on PatreonContinue reading “On starting the writing year with a bang”
We’ll be looking at Semele, the Stymphalian birds, Scylla, Spider Woman, the Sangreal, Searbhan, Skoll, Svarazic, Saoshyant, Shachar and Shalim, the Sa-Dag, and the San Qing Daozu.
This week I’ll focus on Mahakala, Mahisha, Mami Wata and Miengu, Mael Dúin, Minia, and Mokosh.
This week’s post includes the leucrotta, lamassu, Lhamo, Latin cross, lapis lazuli, and Lugh.
This week I’ll be looking at mythological and folkloric characters starting with the letter H and these will include Huitzilopochtli, Hanuman, Han Xiang and Han Zhongli, Hina, and Hine-hau-one.
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.