I held my truth, written in verses crisp and clear. I worked on them, writing it out perfectly. The words were clear. I was concise. My message complete and legible. When I was younger, my mother used to chide me on my penmanship. My teachers hounded me relentlessly for having messy handwriting. My friends
A lot of DM’s struggle with world building, and I don’t blame’em. It ain’t easy trying to keep track of some of these things: NPCs Town Names Monster Locations Politics Kingdoms Days/Nights/Moons History Religions Magic It’s enough to give anyone a headache. Factor in that your players are probably only going to explore 1/10th of
This post was inspired by a post over in the D&D subreddit. You can have a link here. The basis of the question is this: How does your Big Bad Evil Guy wake up a dead god? There are a few parts to figuring out how you want this to go down for your players.
Serindar Brickback had a fairly generic past. He was born in a vale to two relatively poor parents who owned a farm. From a young age he was expected to help out; mending fences, milking their one decrepit cow, and reaping the wheat whenever harvest time came. Each year his father and mother earned just
For years, more than I can count, I wanted to be a writer. I started out writing things that I’d seen on TV. It started with Power Rangers. I wrote some of the events that were happening on the screen, and I gave them to a student teacher I had in one of my classes.
When I code something, I am usually just trying to make it work. I don’t care about how clean my code is, or if it could get the job done in a more efficient way. So long as my code works, and works the way I expect it to, I’m usually good with it. This
Today I’ve written more posts on Facebook and other media platforms than I have in a while. Well, maybe not the core number of posts, but the sum content of those posts has been a lot higher than usual. I’m in a mood to write things. This morning as I left the house, (just after
I’ve been trying to work on writing something by hand in my journal every day. I have a portable one that I write a single page entry in, and I have another covered in a houndstooth design that I have two entries in. The project has been… interesting. I’ve only spent about a week writing
My copy of “The Assoicated Press Guide to News Writing” came in the mail today. I finished the first chapter, and I already love this book. More to follow.
I’ve been working on writing prompts for a while. I thought I would share some of them with you. Use freely as you wish. A card player discovers that the card game he loves playing is real, and that his battles are actually wars taking place in another dimension. People have learned how to upload