Category Archives: Storytelling

NaNoWriMo 2021 – What I’ve Learned

Well, I would say I made it by the skin of my teeth, but I feel like I lost some skin too! I did manage to reach the 50,000 word count, with a few thousand extra, but this year was … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2021 – Final 24 Hours!

Okay, I’ve finally found time to do another blog post journaling my experience doing NaNoWriMo now that it’s… Omigosh – November 30th! LOL. Well…that happened. Yeah, I expected to be blogging a lot more this time around, but multitudinal obligations … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2021 – Week 2

Hello people! How’s your NaNoWriMo project going so far? We’re coming close to the mid-point now and, though I can say that I’m managing to keep up with the daily wordcount quota, I’m not sure I can say the same … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2021 – First Week!

Okay. I finally got a breather. Hey there! How’s everyone’s NaNo project coming along? I’m trying to do on average 2,000 words a day and it’s been a struggle to keep up. As far as the story, so far I’ve … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2021 (October Prep) Skeleton Plot

November is approaching faster than I thought! I had listed the last half of October as my time to finalize a skeleton plot with minor details for each scene, (as well as finer details for the opening scene, or whichever … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2021 (October Prep) Back to Roots

It’s Week 1 of October, and what I’ve got listed as the first order of business for this week is to finalize the world-building aspect of this year’s project. That means having a solid understanding of the culture, environment, class-systems, … Continue reading

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Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian – Part 6: Magic and Mythology

Thanks for checking out this series! If this is the first blog you’re reading on ‘Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian’ then please see my intro on post #1 for context on the reason I’ve put this series together. We’ve … Continue reading

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Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian – Part 5: Through Jesus

Thanks for checking out this series! If this is the first blog you’re reading on ‘Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian’ then please see my intro on post #1 for context on the reason I’ve put this series together. Today’s … Continue reading

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Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian – Part 4: Afterlife and Interspecies Families

Thanks for checking out this series! If this is the first blog you’re reading on ‘Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian’ then please see my intro on post #1 for context on the reason I’ve put this series together. In … Continue reading

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Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian – Part 3: Salvation for Other Species

Thanks for checking out this series! If this is the first blog you’re reading on ‘Writing Speculative Fiction as a Christian’ then please see my intro on post #1 for context on the reason I’ve put this series together. Last … Continue reading

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