Tag: Weaver of Dreams

Building Cae Valley
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Building Cae Valley

I put my PC project rig to use and start mapping the setting for my fantasy anthology in Adobe PhotoShop.



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What's new for 2018

After briefly looking back at a great 2017, I outline my plans for the first half of 2018.



Journal

How NanoWrimo is changing my writing

With Nanowrimo 2017 shaping up to be as a success, I'm forced to ask some serious questions of my self as a self-styled writer of fantasy struggling with the tropes of the genre.



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Shelving Weaver for Nanowrimo

I temporarily shelve my novel, Weaver of Dreams, so I can concentrate on my project for Nanowrimo 2017


Nanowrimo 2017
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Nanowrimo 2017

I reveal my Nanowrimo 2017 project and get an unexpected second bite at Ulysses.



Journal

Scope and a painful lesson learnt

After a week of reflecting on my novel's scope, I decide the re-write has strayed too far from my original vision.



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Weaver marathon no-more

I fall short of my self-imposed word-count and deadline for finishing Weaver of Dreams but decide I rather enjoy journalling my writing.



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Day twenty-one -- Weaver Marathon

21 days down and another important scene drafted. Sunday is turning out to be my favourite day of the week.



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How I structure novels in Scrivener

After reading Matt Gemmell's post on structuring his novel Changer in Ulysses, I take up his open offer to describe how I organise my novel in Scrivener.



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Day fifteen - Weaver marathon

I'm still plugging away at the novel despite catching the bug the rest of my family had as well as having teething problems with my new publication process.



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Sick of the Studio

What does a Metallica concert I attended ten years ago have to do with writing a novel? More than I thought, but then again, perhaps I'm getting sentimental in my old age.



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Day four - Weaver Marathon

Another 500 words and it feels like I'm finding my stride. Since I can't think of much to blog about, you can read an excerpt instead.