Tag Archives: worldbuilding

Still Prefer Paper

Me, diagramming the timeline for In the Court of Dragons.

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Worldbuilding: Failing Your Way to a More Realistic Setting

We return to my observations about writers’ bibles and worldbuilding as the wiki develops! In this case… it’s time to tell you that your flaws can be supremely helpful to you. BAD RECALL IS YOUR FRIEND. For instance! One of … Continue reading

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Organizing Your Worldbuilding Wiki

A question I’m getting more than once is ‘how do you organize your wiki so that it’s useful for your writing.’ Which… is not a minor question, because my initial response is ‘I’ve organized it? It’s a big enormous tangled … Continue reading

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More Stuff I’ve Learned From Wiki Editing

We are over a month into our work (and I need to call it our work given how many people are pitching in), and I continue to find it illuminating. Here are my latest observations! People really *don’t* notice typos/continuity … Continue reading

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Book Launch: Conversations with the Ai-Naidar

Language and locations, culture and customs, biology, psychology, and history… worldbuilding an alien world for a fiction series can be a monumental effort involving notes, maps, drawings, and resources… ..or you can do it Jaguar-style, and just talk to the … Continue reading

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