Tag: writer’s life
I LOVE IT
When someone freaks out over the ending to one of my stories:
That moment when you make a dystopia for your book, and suddenly realize that it would actually work. Quite well.
And perhaps that makes it far more terrifying.
I’m telling you, I can’t WAIT until my book gets published. I already get so excited about beta readers developing headcanons and asking me questions. I can’t imagine hundreds of other people doing the same thing.
Since we’re already discussing witchy things, I have a question to open up to Tumblr. The magic workers in my book series currently go by the title “druid”. (At first they were just called “witches”, but for some time I was concerned about offending people and just switched it to “druid”.)
ANYHOW! I want to hear all your opinions, because I am considering changing it AGAIN. Maybe even back to the original one.
For context, the magic workers in this series are heavily tied to nature, to the point where some claim they can feel the earth’s rotation in space. Some are born with such magical abilities and others have to purchase magical things.
So which word do you think would work better for these people: witches, druids, magi, or a completely new title?
Or does it really not matter?
One of my beta-readers thinks the names in my upcoming book are hard to pronounce.
What does he know? Malkeon, Iossa, Eocas, Rük and Zenti are perfectly normal names, right?
I’m coming up with great plot ideas at midnight, but I’m not sure if they’re actually great or my tired brain just thinks they are.
Vine: Writer Hypocrisy
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When people ask about the real reason about that sword I’m making. Don’t worry, it won’t be metal. #writing #sword
New Year, Same Me
If I’m completely honest I’m not exactly happy about going back. To where, you might ask? Many of you know that I’m a university student. Others, now you know. I’m officially heading back tomorrow. I don’t know how I feel about that. I can’t say that I am excited beyond belief, because I’m not. I can’t say that I’m entirely distressed, because I’m not that either. It’s a confusing time in my…