As promised, another installment. You can catch up in the usual place; today we’ll look at layout ideas and beyond after a brief interlude. AdvertisementsRead More The Road to Reaving – Part IX
We continue our journey through the pits and perils that is the Wars of Reaving. When last we left our intrepid hero, he’d just been told there would be no record sheets and saw the book gutted of 15-16 pages of material. Whatever would our writer do? (Catch up on the saga here.) Oh, and […]Read More The Road to Reaving – Part VIII
Continuing the colossal struggle that is the writing of Wars of Reaving… As always, catch up on all the other segments on the Wars of Reaving page on this website.Read More The Road to Reaving – Part VII
Continuing the seemingly never-ending saga of the Wars of Reaving. Which, if you ask my wife, is exactly what it seemed like to her during the next ten weeks after that phone call. (Catch up with all the linkage here.)Read More The Road to Reaving…Part VI
Now that my little sidetrip on my writing approach is complete, we’ll get back to our narrative. (Need to catch up? Flip over here and follow the links…)Read More The Road to Reaving…Part V
When we last left off, I was staring at a botched narrative and another major rewrite. (If you need to, refresh yourself here.)Read More The Road to Reaving…Part IV
Continuing my commentary of the development of the Wars of Reaving. You’ll probably want to read Part I first, if only to get the full effect.Read More The Road to Reaving…Part II
Chateau D’if, courtesy of meuh Finished the abridged Count of Monte Cristo not too long ago (abridged…yet still 600+ pages…and I’m flummoxed to find a complete unabridged work, as there are two major plot threads I remember that are missing…) and the following questions popped into my head, as I am wont to do after […]Read More Revenge: Worth the Cost?