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What a couple of weeks! I knitted more than I ever knitted before to help out a colleague and also wrote a lot – both for work and pleasure. What I’ve been up to work-wise Since I last wrote, I finished the knitting ebook (which you get when you buy a set of children’s knittingContinue reading “Writing and Work Update, July and August 2020”
In which I get my writing back on track, winter finally arrives, and I venture into The Outside World Welcome back to another Lockdown Chronicle. This week has been quite a productive one with regard to work and my own projects. It also seemed to fly by at breakneck speed because of it! It wasContinue reading “Lockdown Chronicles — 12 June”
The 10X Author: Level Up Or Be Left Behind by Sean M. Platt and Johnny Truant
This is the first story that I’ve written that will make up part of the collection titled “Where the Stars Used to Sing”.
In which Sir Tristan the Wonder Cat is recovering from his dental, I write some more, have squirrel moments, and we’re still stuck on “Level 4” lockdown.
In which I have a pity party, Sir Tristan the Wonder Cat goes to the vet for an emergency, and all’s well that ends well Today, I must say, I am (at this moment) feeling better than on Tuesday, all things considered. There has been a lot of shock and tears over the magazine closures,Continue reading “Lockdown Chronicles — 7 May 2020”
In which I get bad news, feel sorry for myself, and also do some crafting, writing, and worldbuilding I won’t lie; I’ve had some difficult days this past week and a half. Motivation to do anything has just declined and having a flare and a few bad headaches in-between didn’t help my motivation at all.Continue reading “The Lockdown Chronicles — 5 May 2020”
Today it’s back to working from home (instead of having a long Easter weekend in lockdown).I think I am better rested after the long weekend, though. I specifically kept myself from writing too much and rather listened to podcasts and crocheted or knitted. I figured that I needed a bit of a break from theContinue reading “The Lockdown Chronicles — Day 19, 14 April 2020”
Well, it’s about time I post this, don’t you think! Here is the link to the first part of the more in-depth look at the Ruon magic system. Okay, so — the magic system of The Ruon Chronicles are set in needlework and weaving, with nith or magic woven or worked into a specific design.Continue reading “Worldbuilding the Ruon magic system, part 2”