Tag: setting

I Know Nothing?!

On Saturday I watched all of season three of Game of Thrones. Poor Jon. But I reflected upon this, and yesterday I was reading “Writer’s Digest,” and I thought, I know nothing. I’m Jon Snow. Where is my Ygritte? I can do pretty amazing stuff… Continue Reading “I Know Nothing?!”

Why I’ve Admired GTA

Grand Theft Auto V has been out for around three weeks now. I’ve beat the campaign, I’ve become a rich playboy in the online, and it reminded me once more about why I loved the series of GTA. I did not really love the… Continue Reading “Why I’ve Admired GTA”

Placing Fantasy in Reality

I was in a creative writing class where we alternated writing ten to twenty page stories. Each of us wrote three stories throughout the semester, and my turn was coming up. I was beside myself as to what  I should write, so I chose… Continue Reading “Placing Fantasy in Reality”

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”