It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated you on Bayonet, my work in progress. Well, that’s because it has been stuck on a computer which is broken. But, with the help of my handy dandy techno friend, we’re getting it back. After a few large edits, I’m getting right back into writing mode and going to wrap it up. For now, here’s a teaser. Enjoy!
The most important source of fantasy names is your brain. However, this can be terribly unreliable. Filled with constantly reoccurring writer’s block, blackouts, and and mind blanks, your encephalon needs a little guidance to come up with character names, city names, and more. This post lists several helpful techniques that use normal, everyday words, and turns them into really awesome names.
Got the inspiration blues? All you can think about is—nothing, really. You in boredom pull out a game a read the back. You get inspired. You play the game with your writing bud. You then promptly stand up and tackle your entire dreaded chapter.
Bet you didn’t realize how much inspiration games could give.
To God be the glory.
Need inspiration? Need character depth? Maybe your getting ready for NaNoWriMo and you need a writing jumpstart. Here’s a nifty method of getting a book boost: talking with you character. Whether you send a text, a mock email, or a letter, chit-chatting with your character about life an be a good practice. What would you say if you met your protag? Plus, this post is full of promts.
Give God the glory.
Smiling my signature lopsided grin, I step into the massive market…
Here’s just another sample of inspiration writing I probably did about last year. It’s not from the world of Bayonet, and it’s actually not my best writing. But I thought I might as well put it up. Enjoy!