Like everyone else on the planet, things here have been disrupted.
Just a short post on how sources of magic change the tone of magic in fiction and gaming.
Don’t knock on my door with your tracts and hard-sells. I don’t need to hear the good news of Scrivener.
This has nearly nothing to do with writing, and everything to do with gaming, math, and goofing off. But it’s still work!
A small rant from me to you on Valentine’s day.
Like every other D&D player, I want to write my own D&D.
This is a list of terms I’ve swiped from various science fiction and other sources, and use unashamedly.
There’s valuable insight here for the generations growing up with the total connectivity of the modern Web.
The proper response to “not for us” will always be “what about this then?”
Refilling an empty creative tank.
Pre-Sherlockmania Holmes, cocaine and all.
Time for a fortnight furlough.
Over A Quarter!
Sad face: A quarter of the way to my writing goal I just started.
I’m not a warrior, I’m a beginner.
Dealing with another rejection.
Amazing what a time crunch can do.
Why not have another tool in the box, an trick arrow in the quiver?
Ritual is nice and all, but it pays to be flexible.
The cloud and I have a love/hate relationship.
In sitting down this week to write a Space Opera-y short story, I started generating a lot more non-fiction than fiction.
This has nearly nothing to do with writing, but it’s still work!
My heart belongs to rockets and starships and thousands of worlds and tramp freighters and mighty fleets.
Son of a bitch; just keep writing!
Heinlein’s Rules: easy to read, difficult to follow.
Did I mention I hate outlining?
Aside: Select was a weird button on the NES controller.
Writing. Publishing. Doing it all over again, one step after another. Refining my craft through practice and ritual.
Think of blogging as my own web-version of Japan’s Lost Decade. And just like the Lost Decade, it lasted much longer than 10 mere years.
Motivation doesn’t come to me with actions. I’m motivated to stop taking an action, stop a habit, to not do.