Worldbuilding with APHG: Major Geographic Concepts like Scale and Location, Regions, Time Zones, Distance and Space-Time Compression, Spatial Interactions, and Mapping.
An analysis of three themes from the book Les Misérables.
How does human geography help you world-build your speculative fiction novel?
I just got nominated the Liebster Award by CMBohley! Check out her cool writing blog, called Writers Blok. Now isn't that a cool blog name? The Liebster Award is an award given to bloggers by bloggers, and it's a chain award, so if you're nominated you pass it on. The Rules Answer 11 questions the… Continue reading My First Blogging Award: The Liebster Award
I'm so happy to announce I won an award for one of my flash fiction pieces! Last year I entered into the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in the flash fiction category. I found out today I received a Silver Key, which is defined as "Stand-out works submitted to local programs that demonstrate exceptional ability."… Continue reading I Won a Writing Award!
Today I’m doing a meme, Down The TBR Hole, which was created by Lia at Lost In A Story. The original post is here. I got the idea from my fellow blogger, Kristen @ Beyond the Secret Pages. Go check out her blog! How it works: Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.Order on ascending date added.Take the first… Continue reading Book Meme: Down the TBR Hole
Wow . . . it feels surreal that another year has gone by (even though I haven't lived that many years). 2018 was an eventful year, and part of me feels 2019 won't be any different. Supposedly, people make New Years' Resolutions when a new year rolls around. But I've never done one in my life. I've… Continue reading Happy New Year, and a First Ever Resolution
Just to let you all know, Evelyn will not be posting part 7 of The Adventures of Zad Riker until December 27th 2018 (Thursday). Thank you so much to our dedicated readers!