The development of Ellisia mirorred that of Kraasian Darkwood for a long time. They were a pair from the start and they develped as one. Eventually, there were some other aspects I managed to show through her.Continue reading
I haven’t been writing about my hiking much in the past months. Partially because I was mostly returning to known places, partially because the weather was not that good for taking pictures – and I even forgot my camera at home one of those days.
But, the last few days changed it, at least somewhat.Continue reading
After a month-long break caused by a side-read and a time spent with my own writing, I am returning to this series and the fourth book of D.K. Holmberg’s ‘The Lost Prophecy’ series.Continue reading
Forbidden fruit: a very old cliché that, in some forms, became an idiom for something one should not do even though it’s far from the original magnitude. It still has its charm and purpose in writing. Today, I’ll look into this one.Continue reading
It seems to me these days that the beginning is one of the hardest parts to write. While most of my to-be first book went through some iterations, it’s the beginning I had to reconsider several times. In this post, I’ll look back into it and try to see the reasons why writing the beginning seems to be harder.Continue reading
In this post, I’ll share some thoughts about spatial memory – and how tools of our life (navigation) and in fiction (teleports) affect the ability to find one’s way around.Continue reading
Recently, I’ve wrote about some ways you can use your own hobbies, experience, and other things in your writing. Today, I’m returning to this topic and will touch personality and memories.Continue reading