Tag: fantasy maps

June news — Time for winter writing spells

The Ruon Chronicles Finally the first draft of the new first chapter of The Knowledge Stones is finished! Huzzah! Basically the first and third chapters are brand new in order to flesh out the story and and characters and, you know, not pants the… Continue Reading “June news — Time for winter writing spells”

Adventures in writing “Porselein”

Or, on building a new world I have gotten so used to writing in the world of Airtha-Eyrassa, that building a whole new world for Porselein has come as quite a shock to my system! Suddenly I’m left with a complete blank page screaming… Continue Reading “Adventures in writing “Porselein””

Worldbuilding The Ruon Chronicles – Of Maps and Kingdoms

There, I’ve done it. At last I’ve given in to ponderings I’ve been having and changed the map of Airtha-Eyrassa. Well, okay, I changed the kingdoms. Okay, I added some more kingdoms. Because I realised a while ago already that the kingdoms were all… Continue Reading “Worldbuilding The Ruon Chronicles – Of Maps and Kingdoms”

Worldbuilding Wednesday: Remembering That the World is Round

You may be asking yourself ‘what on earth’ right now. The truth is, I feel quite silly. No, actually I feel like a downright idiot. I’ve posted this map before: It’s a straightforward map, but for a while, while figuring out some of the… Continue Reading “Worldbuilding Wednesday: Remembering That the World is Round”

Camp NaNoWriMo Update One

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!

Worldbuilding Wednesday – Map of Airtha-Eyrassa

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Today I’m posting a map of the complete world of Airtha-Eyrassa after the Second Sundering.

Worldbuilding: Maps of Airtha-Eyrassa

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I won’t lie – I love maps. Whether they are of real or mythical places, a place I know very well or a place I still wish I could visit one day. For the Airtha-Eyrassa books I’m writing, I need much more detailed maps.