I’ve shared my thoughts on analyzing beta feedback and the issues the betas point out in mid-September. Today, I’ll share how the chain of events feels for me from receiving the feedback to acting on it.Continue reading
Not so long ago, I’ve shared posts about longevity in fantasy and how half-breeds unbalance the natural cause of things. Today, I’ll look into fertility and the way it can be used to tell more about the setting/culture.
What I mean by that is the average amount of children a pair has, how the setting influeces that, and how it can tie in with the culture.Continue reading
Today, I’m going to take a look at something slightly different: should writers (and, possibly, other artists) share their opinions on the world’s events? And if yes, how?Continue reading
It somehow happens that my reading in the second half of 2019 is going to be dragon-themed. After the violent Dawn of Dragons and post-apocalyptic An Empire of Ashes, I got to something a bit lighthearted.Continue reading
Relationships between characters are something with a major potential in storytelling – and I’ve come to love good family bonds in stories. In this post, I’ll share some thoughts on this topic.Continue reading
The second half of September had me go for three hikes, during which I had a nice taste of the early autumn while the weather was still relatively warm.Continue reading
Raise your hand if you’ve never dreamt about your story (whether finished or in-progress) becoming a movie. Some keep it forever, some abandon it sooner or later. In today’s post, I’ll share my thoughts on this dream.Continue reading