I’ve finally finished editing the first act of my book. As expected, chapter 6 got the most work, but I honestly think this rough 100 pages is much better now. I’ll need to take a look at the second act and figure out where the problem chapters are so I can pick new writing partners.
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Xander of the Broken Antler
I recently took part in a Christmas themed one-off D&D session. We did it over Zoom, but it was still great to roll some dice again. I didn’t use my normal random number character building methods for this character, but I still think it’s pretty neat.
Writing Partner: The Unusual Suspects
In the next tent-pole chapter our protagonists will be at a location with all the principle murder suspects. In this edit/re-write I’ll be focusing on emphasizing these suspects and strengthening red-herrings for the plot. Because of this, I have chosen to represent each character with a unique figure to paint. Introducing, the unusual suspects!
Writing Partner: A bit of Lost Time
Two weeks ago as I was finishing my first big chunk of editing in the third draft of my novel the worst case scenario happened: my computer crashed while saving and the file corrupted.
Writing Partner: A Small Friend With a Big Hook!
As I promised, I worked on the goblin warband “Zarbag’s Gitz” as a partner project. He isn’t finished yet, but this is where I’m at now.
Writing Partner: Working on the Hook
It’s time to work on the hook. For this task I’ll need to call on a little goblin friend.
Closing Up 2020
Before I start discussing my plans for the rest of 2020 I want to close two remaining loops. What happened to that other story and writing partner? A few posts ago I mentioned writing two short stories and finishing two painting projects by the end of September. That didn’t happen sadly. Work is still extremelyContinue reading “Closing Up 2020”
Writing Partner: A Killing Machine
Its blade may be dull and its armor rusted but don’t underestimate the danger of this machine. It has one goal and it will never stop.
Writing Partner: A Mythic Update
The month has ended and so has my recent project. I’m happy with the results, even if they didn’t quite match my initial goals.
Writing Partner: Mythic Goals Sometimes Require An Army
For this task I knew it would be hard to pick a writing partner. I’m going to be writing multiple pieces with only the genre of horror and the theme of myth connecting them. No one miniature would do. Some tasks need an army. This one needed two.