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Fighting and Writing Lessons from NaNoWriMo

Fighting and Writing Lessons from NaNoWriMo

Guest Blogger: Shae Hamrick Well, December is here and NanoWriMo is gone. I learned a lot about myself and my writing. I learned and created oogles and googles about my world. I know how big the cities, villages, and kingdoms are—how many people and how much land. I know how many soldiers are full-time and […]

My ink and paper daughter

It must have been fifth grade when I began my writing journey. I was really into this NES game called Dragon Warrior. It was your standard medieval fantasy with blobs, wyverns, and other assorted monsters that need to be fought on a -Fight- -Run- -Spell- -Item- turn based system in stunning 8 bit graphics. Standard […]

Renegade Project 5: Bookoo Complications

As the singular house guard, you have a private room in the main house and your duties mainly consist with maintaining the security of the house at night, dealing with would-be intruders, following up on suspicious activities, breaking up any domestic fights if they turn violent and reporting rule-breaking to Galen.  All in all, it […]

The Medieval World of Writing

Up until a year ago, I had only dabbled in the world of authors.  They intimidated me, and so I stayed in my cozy hovel minding my own business and dreaming of the day I could go out and stand with the rest.  Eventually I stuck my head out and found it not quite as […]