Tag: project DDL

Freebie Mondays: Fragments

Freebie Mondays: Fragments

I mentioned awhile back that I used to jot down little fragments of poetry, song lyrics or prose that popped into my head throughout the day. I have tons of emails, notebooks and computer files filled with  passing fragments from my early writing days. Somewhere along the line, I stopped writing these little scribbles down. …

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More Adventures in Map Making

More Adventures in Map Making

Last year I published 4 brand new books (across two different series). Which feels like a lot when you consider that in 2019 I published absolutely nothing new. For each of my new releases, I try to devote blog time to the project’s development. I like allowing readers to glimpse inside my brain at various …

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How I Made My First Map

How I Made My First Map

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, writing Dreamers Do Lie – my high fantasy re-imagining of Dante’s Inferno – turned out to be the easiest part of the project. Even though I had to write the story twice. One of the main reasons for the initial delay in releasing the book – aside from …

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Comma, Comma, Comma Clarification

Comma, Comma, Comma Clarification

Writers have an interesting relationship with their old work. Some writers talk about novels shoved in boxes and pushed under the bed, or locked in desk drawers never to see the light of day again. That’s because writers don’t like to look back at where they came from. It allows them to see all the …

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