My answers for the Twitter games I participated in for August. This month it was #AuthorConfession, #EspressoYourself, #WIPTruthOrDare and #AlphabetAugust.
And so my Bubonicon adventures come to an end. At least for this year.
And now continuing my Bubonicon adventures, #Bubonicon49 – Day Two.
For those not already in the know, Albuquerque has an annual science fiction and fantasy convention called Bubonicon. I was there again this year and I’ll be doing a post for each day of the convention. This was the first day.
The end of August is rapidly approaching which means we’re only a couple of months away from some things of note. The first is our (almost) annual holiday in Florida. The other is NaNoWriMo. I’ve been giving the latter a little bit of thought over the past few days.
I was originally going to post a piece about my current NaNoWriMo plans, but I’ve had a very discombobulating day so I’m spiking that for now. Instead, I’m going to go on a bit of a ramble/rant.
For years Alice’s older sister, Dinah, has looked after her. But now that Dinah is sick, Alice has to venture out beyond the safety of their commune, into the ruins of Phoenix, in order to hunt for a cure.
This post was written specifically for the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop.
There are a number of elements that go into crafting a good story/novel/series; plot(s), setting(s), conflict and, of course, good characters. So how do you go about creating a good character?
I don’t recall exactly what age I was the first time I read Dracula, but I think I would have been somewhere between 8 & 10.
You remember my post for last months #authortoolboxbloghop? Well, I’m toying with the idea of adding a new type of post on The Scribblings.