Tag Archives: maps
New story update time! As I’ve mentioned before, I’m at work on a new series — though do not fear, Book 6 (the finale of the initial War of Memory Cycle) is still coming. Just working through some issues with … Continue reading
With the beta readers at work and the cover art being produced, the time has come for me to work on my maps again. This damn book covers almost the whole of the north, plus it hangs around in Bahlaer … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I did a worldbuilding post. This one will be thin, because I just have a few points of data rather than anything particularly visual or interesting, but my friend Chris and I spent most of … Continue reading
Getting ready to assemble the book now, which means maps! Or…well, a map. Unlike Book 2, when I did a large split-map because the characters were ranging all across the Imperial Heartlands, this time I think there will be just … Continue reading
Since I haven’t posted in a week, I feel obligated, but I can’t seem to muster the energy to flesh out one of my waiting drafts. Instead, I’ll pin up the maps I’d either done right before my computer issues … Continue reading
Since yesterday was my birthday (yay me!) I have decided to take today to talk briefly about birthdays and other age-related issues on Halci.
In my previous post, I talked a bit about how I’m jealous of other people’s fancy maps. As you probably know by now, I have lots and lots of my own maps, but the one I was specifically jealous about … Continue reading
This is partially by request of the husband of the lovely Erica Dakin (whom I link to all the time because she is awesome) and partially because it seems to be what makes my blog interesting to some people: my … Continue reading
I wanted to make some more maps but wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted them to be of, so I asked a few friends. One of them asked for maps of fashion trends, but when I said I had no … Continue reading
On the heels of yesterday’s Technology post and subsequent discussion with Joachim Boaz, I looked at my Power Sources map again and decided it needed some more work. So much work that it expanded to three maps.