August was marked with some unexpected happenings, so there are only 3 pictures, but I hope you’ll enjoy them nevertheless.
Worldbuilding with Inq
I quite enjoy wordlbuilding for my stories, but it’s not the quickest or simplest task. Especially compared to Inq who can create complex and interesting worlds almost with a snap of his fingers. No wonder I often brainstorm with him, especially when I need to figure some piece out, but it often ends up like this…
I was brainstorming with my writer friends, and I wanted to write “I’ll mull over the idea”. But it was late, and I was tired, and as you can expect, I spelled “mull” differently. Yet, in a way, it did make sense.
I meant to tell you what I wrote, but then I thought you might guess it from the picture. Can you tell what I wrote?
Inq and I have a very different way on how to handle character deaths in our stories.
As a reader, do you prefer writers who are merciless to their characters, or do you like to have that lingering hope that – no matter what happens – your favorite characters might be able to make it to the end?