Mixed Metaphor I like that God put a healthy mix of people on Earth. All those different colours- much more appealing than everything the same. Maybe some people are too sharp, or sweet, or dry or mushy for your taste- but God tossed us all around together, then drizzled us in olive oil and vinegar-... Continue Reading →
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All my life I wanted none Except for dreams be true Full of dragons who weighed a ton And dreamy lovers too
This is a great article on naming fantasy characters
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I come across a lot of posts on social media asking about naming characters, particularly in the fantasy genre. How different should they be to real world names? Should I throw an apostrophe in the middle to make it sound more fantasyish?
With NaNoWriMo kicking off tomorrow you don’t want to be wasting time thinking of names. So here’s a quick guide to help you out.
Coming up with names
Let’s start with the hard part. I like George R.R. Martin’s approach. He bases his names on…
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Broken Promise I know I can be quite careless, but I’ll never break your heart like I broke those cups and vases- I’ve always been quite careless- but it seem to me as though this is about time that I start to try to not be quite so careless, in case I ever break your... Continue Reading →