The Writing Meme – Part 1 The Writing Meme – Part 2 The Writing Meme – Part 3 The Writing Meme – Part 4 23. How willing are you to kill your characters if the plot so demands it? What’s the most interesting way you’ve killed someone? Oh, perfectly willing…. Continue reading
The Writing Meme – Part 1 The Writing Meme – Part 2 The Writing Meme – Part 3 18. Favourite antagonist and why! Signe, hands down. At least in Lost Knowledge, though I have a contender coming up in a future publication. She’s not a primary antagonist, or anything. She’s… Continue reading
The Writing Meme – Part 1 The Writing Meme – Part 2 12. In what story did you feel you did the best job of world building? Hm. No clue. I’d have to ask a reader. But, well, the Lost Knowledge world is growing with each story. The building won’t… Continue reading
The Writing Meme – Part 1 6. Where are you most comfortable writing? At what time of day? Computer or good ol’ pen and paper? I always have a notebook with me, because you never know when or where you might find yourself with ten minutes and nothing to do…. Continue reading
1. Tell us about your favorite writing project/universe that you’ve worked with and why. To be honest, my favourite is usually whatever shiny new thing I happen to be working on currently, and my various projects are different enough that it’s a bit apples-to-oranges trying to compare them. I love… Continue reading
Each autumn day is growing shorter, the evening shadows are longer, and the wind mutters secrets in the cracks around closed doors. It is time to mull wine, light a candle, and remember days long past. A perfect time for a good book.
I started this blog as a neophyte flailing wildly around on the internet, without any particular objective or direction. I rambled about daily life, about books, about food, existential mumbling, assorted roadtrips, miscellaneous lists… A lot has changed in the four years since I started this journey. I’m still a… Continue reading
I spent a lot of years complaining that the books I wanted to read did not exist. And amazingly, I then proceeded to spend years writing other books. That’s not to say that the books I’ve written aren’t books I would want to read, or that the stories they tell weren’t desperate… Continue reading