Cobal woke up fairly early, but after he got dressed he could already hear movement coming from the other room. There he found Mana who was just headed outside to eat breakfast there. After going to the kitchen and getting some food for himself he joined her outside the small house they were staying at.“We’ve … Continue reading Chapter Nineteen – Dionil, the woodland sage
As they walked across several wooden bridges that connected different treehomes and walkways it became more and more clear that this village was on a far larger scale than they initially realized. Towards the entrance of the village was a sort of clearing that looked like it was made by the elves themselves and didn’t … Continue reading Chapter Eighteen – Milinia
“So these strange symbols are a language in your world? Why would they use completely different symbols?”“That’s just how things developed. It’s quite cool actually, that different people approached written language from such a different angle. We all came to the conclusion that a written language is needed, but how we went about it was … Continue reading Chapter Seventeen – Trust Issues
“So the Blueyerd Kingdom included roughly half of this forest?”“Correct.”“And you’re of the royal family of the Blueyerd Kingdom?”“Correct.”“So it would be fairly safe to assume that you know your kingdom?”“Correct.”Cassandra nodded. “So we’ve now established that this is part of your lands and that you should be aware of the things that are going … Continue reading Chapter Sixteen – Lost and Found
“Are you sure you want to go down there alone?” Cobal asked Mana. They’d discussed this already before getting onto the water, but he was still hesitant.She nodded. “So far only I can use this air tank, I have no way of making it usable for you. That would require some more tinkering by Cassandra. … Continue reading Chapter Five – Under the waves.
Almost 2 years ago, I started a minor at my university. I don’t know how common this is in other countries so just to be safe I’ll explain it real quick. A minor here is when you take a semester off from your major (English teacher, in my case) and do something else. This can … Continue reading Content Marketing
I did it. I wrote a total of 50.009 words over the span of 30 days! Out of those 30 days, there were only 2 days where I did not hit the daily goal of 1667 words. That’s how strict this challenge felt. Once I missed the goal once I was pretty much going to … Continue reading NaNoWriMo was a success!
We’re now 2 weeks into this challenge and through some unexplainable magic I’m still on schedule. I’m even a little bit ahead, assuming I manage to write enough words today. I’ve written 24499 words so far, and after 15 days I should be at 25000. So if I write a couple hundred today I’ll be … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2021 Update #2
I’ve heard of NaNoWriMo a long time ago, but I’ve never had the urge to participate in it until recently. For those of you unfamiliar, NaNoWriMo is a yearly challenge where writers are challenged to write 50.000 words or more in the month of November. The idea is to focus on continuously writing without going … Continue reading Attempting NaNoWriMo
I think everyone who writes, or does anything creative runs into this a couple of times. And if you don't, well, that's great and I'm definitely not jealous of that.I have a few posts lined up that I want to write, so it's not like I have a writer's block where I don't know what … Continue reading Writer’s Fatigue