The Crossroads of the Aether
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Hello All!I've been working on a short story for a contest on WdC while taking a break from my main story. It's still in the same world and with two of the same characters, though a much earlier, and smaller event in the timeline.Anywho, one of my…Continue
Just some food for thought (yes, puns...)At the point I'm currently at in my current story, one of my characters is reviewing their situation and the information they have while having breakfast.I had initially written him as having a standard…Continue
I'm using almost all my time right now, hand-transcribing the very long Temple of Exile novel to my portfolio at Writing.com, but I found an unexpected day to myself today, and managed to flesh out the outline for Nexus. What y'all…Continue
Just assembled the outline for the prologue of The Nexus Chronicles. I'm going to drop it here to demonstrate what my outlines look like, and also to see if I'm on the right track, in otherwords, would you turn the page to Chapter One after you…Continue
Here's another bizarre question for everyone. Born of my indecisiveness when it comes to obscure details.How might an airship, in a steampunk world, provide cream and sugar to its passengers in their cabins?Given, in the case of the story I'm…Continue