I’m doing another one of these, mostly because I’m in the bad habit of starting things, going steady for a day or two, and then dropping them and pretending they never existed. So, this is my attempt at getting back into my painfully short blogging career. My words this time around are “Jingoism”, which I… Continue reading Cool Words (Part 2)
So I’ma put some words I find cool in the side bar. I’ll publish them in a post, so that you’ll be able to find older words here. For starters I put “Vie”, which I have used before in speech but, oddly enough, never in writing. I also added “Corridor” and “Ponderous” because they are… Continue reading Cool Words (Part 1)
I talked a bit about language writing in part one, but not a lot about my language specifically. So, I’m going to do that now. When I started, I wanted Nímar to be less ambiguous than English. In that vein, I gave it more letters. Instead of having the letter ‘c’, which could signify an… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Language (Part 2)
This is a sonnet I wrote quite a while ago, and even ended up using it in my book. Does the Sun set, or d’we set on the Sun? ev’ry age comes, not to a graceful End rather is torn, asunder and undone. In this light it, matters not who descends. Ev’ry King will die,… Continue reading Time Of Ending
As I was writing my book, I kept thinking that I wanted there to be more languages spoken in Ardún. It wouldn’t make sense that everyone on the whole planet, all ten billion people, spoke English. So, I began, calling my new language Tetra (As in Latin for four). It didn’t really take off; I… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Language
Okay, okay, fair question. I can answer that, I think. It’s a fantasy novel, about a boy named Lester, who figures out he’s a mage. It’s not quite that simple, he’s almost kidnapped, attacked at school, helped by a witch in the forest, attacked again, all before he really knows who, or what, is after… Continue reading But Seriously, What is your Book About?
“There’s a world, well, more than one actually, that we are on the edge of. So close to breaching the wall that separates us from the monsters and the miracles, the wars and the horrors, the life and most importantly, the Power. Open this book and you open a portal, one of the small rips… Continue reading An Intro to My Book