Tag: game of thrones

One-Liner Wednesday – Single word wisdom

My friend Linda helped expose me to numerous people, opening my blog’s robes for all to see. So I’m going to partake in her one liner Wednesday. That and I need to really become more dutiful to my writing habits. It’s supposed to be… Continue Reading “One-Liner Wednesday – Single word wisdom”

Brave Men

So I have my cleaning done, my cooking done (more of a stew than the soup I was attempting, though I believe it will make a great base for future meals instead of being a meal in and of itself), my writing well finished… Continue Reading “Brave Men”

Humanizing Settings

While reading Clash of Kings, pondering how Mr. Martin writes, I had an epiphany which dealt with his settings. In the beginning of the book, Mr. Martin has an old man walking through a castle. This simple act is given considerable attention, and I was… Continue Reading “Humanizing Settings”

The Power of Names

I think often on the power of words, but recently I’ve really focused on the power of names. In my story on Hurskfjell, almost everyone has a name. There are few characters referred to as “Guard #2,” or “The Bartender.” Often in fantasy and… Continue Reading “The Power of Names”