Head over to Emotional Minefield to see my post about Character Development and music.
See my post about Anne Rice over at Emotional Minefield.
Things I learned at Camp!
I went to my first Word-Camp this past weekend, and boy did I learn a lot. One of the things I learned is that I should not cross post by putting the exact same content on this blog and Emotional Minefield!
Please follow the link above to see my post about my Word-Camp experience!
The final three are ones that Rikke did most of the development on, but we both get to play with the full cast.
I thought it might be helpful to post something about each of the characters that we are going to be using in this series of stories we are writing. The characters will vary depending on the story, but there are some characteristics that will stay pretty much the same no matter which of is writing or what is going on.
I will start with the three I developed the most:
See my post over at Emotional Minefield about Skinwalkers!
It is not that I have not been writing lately, I just have not been working on my projects. I have been pretty busy doing some freelance ghost writing, and it has kept me away from my main projects for a while.
I of course have the Phantasms project with Rikke, my own solo project (tentatively called Blood Lines), and the start of another project, but I also have some other ideas. I want to Narrate Rikke’s “Son of the Moon” as well as some creepy things off of Reddit.
I have been a little obsessed with Skinwalkers lately, after I discovered that the description closely fits what a friend of mine saw and even possibly what my sister’s husband saw. Both of these happened in states far from each other and neither one knows the other, or even what a skinwalker was….
I also have started reading House of Leaves by mark Z. Danielewski. The concept alone is fascinating, but the story is really interesting. I will do a full review once I finish it, but so far I am really liking it.
I have also been watching Gravity Falls on TV. Very cute animated series with monsters and other paranormal creatures. Yes, it is for kids, no I don’t care.
When I have time I have also been listening to Welcome to Night Vale. The only way I can describe it is Tales from Lake Wobegon meets the X-files, but all Mulder’s theories are true…..