I’ve been nominated for another Liebster Award! This one is from Grace over at Gabbing with Grace, and she’s pretty cool. She has a post about predestination, which will become relevant in a moment. XD Anyway, thanks to Grace for the tag! Continue reading “The Liebster Award #9”
It’s tag day! I was tagged for the Writing Community Award by Kristianne over at Whimsical Wanderings. Definitely go check out her blog and give it a follow! And with that being said, let’s jump into the tag.
1. Display the award logo on your site. (See above)
2. Link back to the person who tagged you. (See above)
3. Answer five questions.
4. Tag three blogs (they have to be writing related blogs, not just any blogs) and ask them five new questions.
5. Follow as many blogs with this award as you can.
1. Who is the audience that you write for?
Blog-wise, I write for Continue reading “Writing Community Award”
I have a confession to make. This tag was not acquired by legitimate means. I stole it.
I know. But if I did it as an excuse to tag my sister, do I get a pass? Before we get started, thanks to Rachel at R’s Loft for bringing this tag to my attention. (I may be a thief, but at least I can be a polite thief.)
And the… rules.
It’s the last prompt of the week! Drumroll please…
Who are the great heroes who have shaped your storyworld?
Lorcan and Valda (the Elfbournes’ parents) have been fairly instrumental in the shaping of The Hylands. They’ve already driven out King Julen once, and they’ve helped banish discrimination against faeries in The Hylands.
Valda’s father Willian helped defend The Hylands from Julen’s father Cordier; he died in battle, but not before he’d nearly secured victory and his men were able to finish pushing Cordier back.
There was also an older Lorcan, King Lorcan’s namesake, who was a renowned hunter and Continue reading “Preptober Prompts Day 10 – 2020”
Ooh, this is a fun one.
How do different characters view your core setting differently? Are any of those views accurate?
Saria views it as a magical fairyland. After all, she’s ten and she just found out she’s a princess. There is magic, and the people of The Hylands tend to be pretty cool, so she’s not entirely wrong, but of course nothing is quite as rosy as a fairytale.
Leafman doesn’t give a whole lot of thought to the setting itself, actually (although he misses things like electricity), because he’s too busy thinking about how miserable all the people are. (They’re not.) But, though he’d never admit it, he does find the capital rather charming and inspiring, with all sorts of pleasant, colorful characters in it.
Sarabrina finds The Hylands fascinating. She’s read so many books and imagined Continue reading “Preptober Prompts Day 9 – 2020”