The wonderful folks over at World Anvil hosted a new competition in the month of January titled "A Family Affair." The goal of this challenge was to write an article focusing on an important family for our worldbuilding projects. World Anvil is a worldbuilding tool for Authors, Storytellers and worldbuilding lovers.worldanvil.com My entry into the contest … Continue reading A Family Affair (World Anvil)
Today was the official awards ceremony from World Anvil for their annual World Ember event (see my article on this here.) My own work in the challenge was in the short-lists for seven different categories, and I placed in four of them! I'd like to share the results here, along with links to the articles … Continue reading World Ember Results!
As December rolls up on us, I have a very exciting project that I am about to embark upon. World Anvil has a huge event this month called WorldEmber, and I'm setting a goal for myself of writing 50,000 words.
Cressus is the southernmost city on the northern peninsula. Situated near the Cressian Oasis, there is a sufficient water supply to sustain the city. Surplus water is still imported from Shem, and then traded to the lands of Kosh in the south. Cressus lies near the edge of The Great Sand Sea and is plagued … Continue reading The Burning Sands: Cressus
Shem is a bustling trade port at the mouth of the Azure river, the only major river on the continent of Erimos. It is supplied with an abundance of fresh water, boasts massive amounts of fertile farmland, and is the heart of all trade in Erimos. Because of the desirability of the land that it … Continue reading The Burning Sands: Shem
My interview with Jesper Schmidt on Fane of Fantasy is online! Click here to see it now! We discuss applying the concepts of sociology to fantasy world-building. Come take a look! Don't forget to like and subscribe. Jesper has a lot of amazing and informative videos on his channel about world-building and developing aspects of … Continue reading YouTube Interview
I've decided to add a series of essays, articles, musings, and ramblings to my website. This one will be the first of many, and I think it will be interesting for anybody who is creating their own fantasy world. Click here to be taken to the article!