Author: Eric

Endfield – World Building – Clouds Part Three

Hi All! Ah! More fluffy clouds to develop as I further define this new world to write within. Before jumping in with the next subject, I need to take a moment to share a question I was asked. The person

Endfield – World Building – Clouds Part Two

Endfield – World Building – Clouds Part Two   Having begun to add to my backdrop with a major catastrophe, “The Rendering”, I think it’s only natural for me, the author, to freak out a bit. Something that major would

Endfield – World Building – Clouds Part One

Endfield – World Building – Clouds Part One   Before jumping in with a continuation of propping up your world building, I just want to say how thankful I am for email and support I’ve been given. I’m happy you

Backdrops – Tinting the Canvas

Backdrops: Tinting the Canvas   Back in the day, I enjoyed watching Boss Ross paint wonderful scenes on his tv series ‘The Joy of Painting.’ With his loving attitude toward nature and the desire to show others what can be

Everything New is Old Again: Part One

I believe that it is a healthy thing for a writer to stretch. I’ve done things here and there, but not to anything of the nature I think I need to do. But what to do to stretch? And how

Impatient Writing Cow Says.

There is an epidemic that has struck millions (possibly even a handful) of writers in this little globe we call Earth. This terrifying disease has crept its way along the history of writing since before SNL was good again and

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Orphan’s Blade Complete

Hard to believe, but Orphan’s Blade is complete. Here’s the link: I was shooting for 50k and came in just over 47,000 words. Note too shabby for discovery writing. From the email I’ve received, I agree that this was

Orphan’s Blade Update: Found and Lost

Hello All! Obviously behind on updating Orphan’s Blade, BUT I have added to it today. In this segment, I fought this terrible need to kill off this poor sap of a main character and follow what I imagined how things

Tethered Lives Complete

Huzzah! Several years ago, I started typing a backstory to some characters I had created for a game. That was the beginning of the “Healer’s Tale Trilogy”. What an amazing ride it has been since hitting the submit button for

Orphan’s Blade Update: Two Priests and Awaken

What does one do to a doom and gloom character? The easiest way to progress would to give them more trouble in hopes that they “snap out of it”. I have high hopes for Nithan to do just that, still,