Deborah het voor al die ander inwoners geweet dat daar dié aand weer ‘n uil op pad is. ‘n Mens se lewe bestaan tog net uit twee tye: voor die uile kom en ná hulle gekom het.
Welcome to this week’s Weekly Finds…
I turned at the call of my name to find my Watcher in his pristine parrot-bright biohazard suit at the house’s front door. I glanced down at my own hands covered in sparrow-coloured dirt.
Welcome to the second instalment of the Weekly Finds blogpost! This week there’s a podcast, a huge database of sagas, and some reference and research works as well. Podcast of the Week: Lore Sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction. Since I discovered the Lore podcast (and listened to all the episode), I anxiously… Continue reading Weekly Finds – Lore, Sagas, and Vikings!
After a weekend where I felt like I was moving at a snail’s pace (you can’t really do word sprints when working on an academic article), I do feel like I am getting somewhere at least. And I have Friday off, which means more time to work on the SASMARS article. That being said, I… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Update Two
“There are many types of honour.”
Welcome to the first Weekly Finds! In these posts I’ll show some of the cool things (which includes things like articles and blogs) I’ve found on the internet.
Well, after a very slow start over the weekend (thanks in part to some sinusitis) I ended up not doing too bad this week word count wise. At about 5 000 words, I’m 25% of the way there. I upped my word count goal to 20 000 words as I’m still working on The Ruon Chronicles as well. And on that note… An almost new map!
This Afrikaans song, "Piekniek vir TWEE" (“Picnic for two”), by TWEE (“Two”) is so beautiful and the music video really does it justice.
Worldbuilding can be very intricate and there is a lot of information you have to keep in mind when working in a secondary world – or when including fantasy or supernatural elements in your world. While writing about the creation of The Ruon Chronicles’ world, Airtha-Eyrassa, I realised that I needed to ask myself how… Continue reading Worldbuilding Wednesday – How Mythical Is Your World?