Game of Thrones: Did We Get a Satisfying Ending to the Biggest Fantasy Series of All Time?
The finale of Game of Thrones, the biggest fantasy tv series of all time, aired last night, and I have some thoughts to share, and some points of discussion for how the epic story concluded.
Unexpected Circumstances and New Plans
After an injury derailed my writing marathon, I had some time to think about how best to schedule my time and made some new plans for my future in publishing.
Building the Far North: How I Build a Fictional World
My revision process demands an overhaul and indepth look at my worldbuilding, so I thought I’d take you on the journey! This is the first step in my worldbuilding process, and I try out my own worksheet to boot!
Do Tropes Make for Bad Storytelling?
What is the purpose of a trope? How are they different from cliches? How bad are they really and can I use them in my story? Well, I’ve got some As to these Qs.
You Only Fail When You Stop Trying – The Writer’s Diary
The key to success is not to give up, something I need to remember as I get back into writing. Also, a writing marathon!
Prequels, Sequels and Spin-Offs – Can You Have Too Much of a Good Thing?
We live in an age where every successful franchise is going to have a prequel, sequel, and spin off thrust upon it.
5 of the Largest Books on My TBR
There are some big fantasy and science fiction books out there, and these are the ones at the top of my TBR.
Archiving an Old Bullet Journal Using Evernote
I decided to digitally archive my old bullet journal using Evernote and here’s how I did it.
5 Fantasy Series I’m Ashamed I Haven’t Read
Classic and popular fantasy series that I’m a little ashamed I still haven’t read yet.
Five Amazing Worldbuilding Resources You Might Not Expect
A small curated list of five very different resources for every worldbuilder, beginner or advanced!