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!
It is, of course, no surprise that I love anything weird, creepy, or haunted. Even back in college I was always game to go find something crazy. I clearly remember a night of trying to find some mysteriously glowing eyes in a cemetery near the university. I got violently car sick, and they turned out to be nothing more than car headlights reflecting off a particularly glossy headstone. It was a major disappointment, but it is one of my first memories of trying to find a real haunted location and in applying reason and logic to find out what it really was.
The final three are ones that Rikke did most of the development on, but we both get to play with the full cast.
I did finally finish the first draft of a story I started back in November!
This one is about a Siren preying on an artist who is desperately trying to mend his broken heart after his partner dies by suicide, but who can he trust? The place is rife with ghost, and secrets! Features Kolby, Otis, Seth, and Alex with a brief appearance by Junior.
Cross-posted here: https://wordpress.com/post/asylumfarm.wordpress.com/732
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: