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Here is more practice. I try to practice everyday for as long as possible, but my productions are not usually as fun to read. Here is me focusing on voice and all that jazz. Excerpt : Story of a Mage Over the course of my youth schooling at the Iuden’s Sonorium, a saying became popularContinue reading “Having some fun with logic”
Here is a continuance from yesterday, step by step by step. Story of Mages – 🙂 After a splash of salty water to his face and neck, he removed the bedraggled holy Tempe, revealing a set underneath of curtly shorn black leather, light armor. Buttons and pockets made up most of the armor’s surface, eachContinue reading “Man Attempts to Burn the Sea”
I like to wake up early in the morning and watch the sunrise but no matter how many times I see it I know I can never speak the entirety of it’s beauty into my work. But I can try over and over and over. Surely, I’ll get it right someday. At least that’s whatContinue reading “Practicing Dialogue, Scene Movement, Different Types of Foreshadowing.”
Been reading some Bukowski lately. Read “Brave Bull” out loud to others at recent networking events and poetry slams as well. Is it age that brings concepts to his mind that spear me? If not wisdom, then what more? Anyway, I had a lot of fun working with others to gain insights on the poems.Continue reading “Break Your Bull”
I’ve been trying to go deeper for my characters, creating meaningful memorable events. Laemos is young shaper, and his life is changed after thousands of his men are slaughtered in an event of betrayal. Here is the poem he writes along the path his men walked, when they traveled together nights before. Laemos’ Poem O’Continue reading “Laemos Poem”
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