Putting worldbuiling into perspective

Posted on Mon 15 May 2017 in Articles • Tagged with worldbuilding, storywonk, writing • 7 min read

I reflect on Storywonk's World building class and my wife demonstrates again on how well she knows me.


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Scratching the same itch

Posted on Mon 01 May 2017 in Articles • Tagged with worldbuilding, notebook.ai, python • 4 min read

I contemplate the future of my world-building app when other possible solutions exist.


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Update on the World Generator

Posted on Sun 29 January 2017 in News • Tagged with Python, PHP, Worldbuilding, Fantasy • 2 min read

A brief update on the state of development of world generator


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Separating Concerns

Posted on Sun 25 September 2016 in Articles • Tagged with scrivener, worldbuilding, OneNote, wiki • 4 min read

On Thursday (15th) I tweeted the question asking whether your story's world building source files should be stored in Scrivener or outside of it. By source files, I mean our character sheets, location descriptions and the other myriad of information writers collect and draft as part of the discovery and …


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Cities and settlements

Posted on Sun 13 July 2014 in worldbuilding • Tagged with worldbuilding, PHP, cities, settlements, demographics • 10 min read

In the last post, I began to outline how I planned to create realms and settlements. Realms and settlements are hierarchically linked so that every settlement belongs to a realm. Reality of course may be different but my purposes this is a good place to start.

Today I want to …


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