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Turning Scenes, Into Stories & Writing Slice-of-Life, Travelogue Style Literary Fantasy Books
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I am able to write scenes quite well, in that I can have people dialogueing, places being described, and things happening, but I can't tell a story. I can't interconnect different scenes without getting bored or not knowing a way to do so.


I can write scenes, but not stories from writing



>>One approach is to use the 'road story ' method, based on one or two characters traveling cross-country and having various adventures along the way, that may or may not be linked in some way.


In Fantasy this method is know as "questing adventures". This is the way I write. I write a series of novels about 1 character as he travels across the country. He always has others traveling with him, but it changes in each story depending on who he's met along the way.

I do not plot or plan, instead I use random generators from sites like Seventh Sanctum or Chaotic Shiny, and drop something in at random.


For example, if I need him to meet someone along the road, I'll use the character generator

right now it just gave me:

  • This guy reminds you of a wise owl. He has narrow brown eyes that are like two tiger-eye gems. His luxurious, curly, night-black hair is medium-length and is worn in a simple, severe style. He has a broad-shouldered build. His skin is brown. He has knobby ears and a small mouth. His wardrobe is weird, and is completely red and orange.

I'll use the attitude generator to determine the new characters stance towards my main character

right now it just gave me:

  • Is very doubtful towards the character, and is stubborn about it about it. They feel this way because of the character's current activity.

If I need to give him something to do there are plot generators

the adventure plot generator right now it just gave me:

  • The heroes must come to the rescue of the conjurer before the chance is gone or the heroic thief will unleash a horde of vicious monsters.
  • The heroes need to retrieve an item for the artisan without the brigand killing them or the stoic captain will be executed.
  • The heroes need to discover the intrigues of the farmhand or they will not have all the clues they need to solve the puzzle.

the writing plot generator right now it just gave me:

  • I inherited the temple, and people think of me as a interesting woman.
  • One magical experiment gone haywire is bad, two is worse, and ten . . .
  • It will be Tuesday, the day of crying, which surprised exactly one person.

the plot twist generator right now it just gave me:

  • The world is revealed to be dependent on sorcery - this is revealed when a character is mercilessly tortured..
  • The protagonist is revealed to be a different race/species than thought, which makes things much easier.
  • At the start of the story some money is introduced - everyone expects it to be used, but it's use is stranger than everyone expected
  • Thanks to alien forces, the characters end up in purgatory.
  • A supposedly accidental cuddle is actually caused by psychic abilities.

the Writing Challenge generator right now it just gave me:

  • The story is set during a workday. The story must involve a trash can in it.
  • The story is set on a river. A character is sorry throughout most of the story.
  • The story must have a banshee at the beginning. A character becomes enraged during the story.
  • The story takes place in mid-winter. The story must have a gambler in it. The story must involve an axe in it. During the story, a character is robbed.
  • A character builds a house. A character becomes belligerant during the story. The story must have a conjurer in it. The story must involve some slippers at the end. The story takes place ten years into the future.

the situation generator right now it just gave me:

  • The lazy assassin bribes the talkative warrior to seek the dark whip. The gloomy knight offers to help.
  • The gloomy rogue forces the rich paladin to betray the drunken knight. The psychic behaves suspiciously when told of the plan.
  • The naive slaver begs the malicious psychic to find the expensive rapier.
  • The evil shapeshifter is frightened by the goblin buckler.
  • The compassionate entertainer asks the hydromancer to distract the quirky healer.

then if I want to add an item for him to see/discover, I'll use the item generator

right now it just gave me:

  • A very small watercolor of a hydra. It was done in a detailed style. It is in decent condition.

If I want them to meet in a tavern, there's the tavern generator

right now it just gave me:

  • Name: The Legendary Stallion Inn
  • Overall Quality: Good Cleanliness: Decent
  • Size: Medium
  • Drink Pricing: Fair
  • Food Pricing: Overpriced
  • Room Pricing: Fair
  • Drink Quality: Gut-rotting
  • Food Quality: Amazingly good
  • Room Size: Small and medium
  • Drink Variety: Average
  • Food Variety: Average, plus a few exotic dishes
  • Room Availability: About half vacant
  • Popularity: Healthy crowd
  • Noise level: Quiet but cheerful
  • Crowd: Many shady characters
  • Dark corners occupied: 50%
  • Sobriety: Most patrons drunk
  • Patrons openly armed: Most
  • Attractions: card games and darts
  • Noteable Patron: the slightly wounded craftsman with a thick accent
  • Menu: has illustrations
  • Bartender: thoughtful
  • Bartender reaction: ignores party - busy
  • Bartender quirk: none
  • House Special: Blue-green with blue swirls and a sprig of mint in the mug. The drink smells like lemon and tastes like cinnamon. The locals like to drink it on hot days.

When my character needs to order food, there is the Seventh Sanctum meal generator

right now it just gave me this menu:

  • Seared Honied Vinegar Pineapple and Mango Lettuce with Peach sauce
  • Sugar-dusted Mushroom Bologna with Salsa sauce
  • Vinegared Asparagus
  • Lime Guacamole and Pineapple Egg Polenta
  • Vanilla Egg and Chili Guacamole Lettuce with Curry sauce
  • Curried Yam
  • Vinegared Lemon Pepper Carrot and Cheese Potato with Basil sauce
  • Fried Spicy Banana Raisin and Olive Guacamole on Potato Wedges
  • Apple Chickpea and Bean Tuna

or the Chaotic Shiny meal generator

right now it just gave me this menu:

  • Slow-roasted bass with breadnuts, pecans and palm nuts with a salad of steamed skirret and plums. Served with gouda, zatar soup, naan, poached eggs and barley wine.
  • Sheep with poppy seeds and pears. Served with poached eggs, apple cider and prairie turnip soup.
  • Mink neck with breadnuts, black pepper and garam masala with a side of cooked fat hen, kuka and dates. Served with durian pie, chipmunk soup, aged emmental and lavash.
  • Char-broiled octopus with cherries and bell peppers with a salad of sliced chrysanthemum leaves, diced chaya and plums. Served with tiger soup, roquefort, focaccia with jam, hot chocolate and soybean pie.
  • Pan-fried porcupine with nutmeg, avocados and tarragon with a side of diced soko and huckleberries. Served with lettuce pie, chevre, fried eggs and lavash.
  • Curried ferret rack with thyme and macadamia nuts. Served with soft boiled eggs, cantaloupe pie and payapa soup.
  • Fried flat acorn noodles with goat and florence fennel on a bed of sliced celtuce, spinach and avocados. Served with lychee pie, soda bread with honey, gouda and fried eggs.
  • Falcon with almonds and cilantro on a bed of diced celeriac, runner bean and avocados. Served with river almond pie, brocciu and poached eggs.
  • Baked small thick rice noodles with tiger, sesame seeds and arugula. Served with chinese chestnut soup and salted goat cheese.

If I need to mess up his life, you know, because I can't think of anything else to write for the story, there is the disease generator to toss random illness at him,

right now it just gave me:

  • Symptoms: abdominal pains, painful rashes, fatigue
  • Cause: scratch from infected animal
  • Course: continuously worsens until death or treatment
  • Treatment: very simple

As my main character is a Necromancer I can further mess up his life with the zombie generator

right now it just gave me:

  • This zombie is incredibly contagious. He is almost entirely decayed, and is missing a hand and several fingers. He is somewhat fast, somewhat smart, and somewhat strong. He is wearing blood-spattered clothing. He attacks mostly by tackling victims.
  • This zombie is frighteningly contagious. She is very decayed, and is missing part of an arm, an eye, part of the face, a hand and random chunks of flesh. She is somewhat slow, somewhat smart, and frighteningly strong. She is wearing filthy clothing. She attacks mostly by tackling victims.

Often overlooked in many stories is the influence of the weather. I love using the weather generator to add things to his life yet again.

right now it just gave me:

  • Over the next several days there will be very overcast skies with a chance of some clouds and high winds from the north. To the southeast there will be mist and very slight winds. It will likely be colder than it has been. Local fishers' predictions are occasionally fairly inaccurate.
  • Today there will be light rain with a chance of lightning and low winds from the west. To the north there will be thunderstorms and slight winds from the southwest. To the east, a scattering of clouds with a chance of sunny weather and low winds from the southwest. It will likely be hotter than it has been. Local scholars' predictions are nearly always unreliable.
  • Over the next week there will be storms with a moderate chance of ice storms and very slight winds. To the northeast there will be clear skies with a moderate chance of a scattering of clouds and very slight winds from the southeast. To the south, snowstorms with a chance of lightning storms and moderate winds from the south. It will likely be much hotter than it has been.

There are literally thousands of random generators all over the internet, so you can toss anything at your character.

Writing this way, I never know where the story will go either. So it always becomes an adventure for me as a writer to discover how to get my character from the beginning to the end, when he has these random places, people, things, and events tossed in his way.

For me, I'm someone who writes lots of random scenes first and then gets stuck trying to figure out how to piece them together as a story, and that's when I use the random generators. I find that grabbing a person, place, thing, or event at random, I'm suddenly forced to ask myself: "How in the heck is he going to deal with this?" followed by, "What in the heck does this have to do with the plot?" and "How does this connect scene A to scene B?

I don't know, this method may not work for every author or every story. It works for me and my series because I'm dealing with High Fantasy about a wizard, so I've got a magical universe where weird things can happen, like a portal can open up in the sky and suddenly spit out hellhounds or something at him. And he's a wandering vagabond, living on the road, camping in a tent between villages, going from tavern to tavern looking for odd jobs to do for people, so the setting allows for him to meet lots of people and be in lots of new places, etc. Thus, for me and my story, using random generators works as a method of keeping the story moving, thus connecting the scenes together to make a larger story as a whole.

Also using random generators allows me to get to the end of a 300,000 word novel without getting bored with what I'm writing, because I never know from one day to the next what I'm going to write. It's a road of discovery for me as an author, to click a generator, see what it gives me and then get my brain working overtime to try to figure out how to make the generator's result fit the story. It's like playing a game or solving a puzzle and it really helps to keep me excited to get up and write a new chapter each day.

I think one of the things I like about this method is the fact that, my character has goals, and I know where I want him to go, but I'm never sure how to get him there... then I toss in something from a random generator, and suddenly now I have this completely unplanned obstacles, that I had not planned to be in his life, so now I have to figure out, more about his character, his personality, and really stop and think about what type of person is he and how will he deal with this new situation that has disrupted his ability to get from point A to point B. I end up learning more about my character which I love, because I love exploring who he is.

But, not sure if this method would work for every story or every author. Maybe this method will help you? Not sure.

"Write 1000 words a day."

This advice stayed with me, but I did nothing with it. Until exactly two months ago. I had just finished a popular but not-very-good novel, and I thought, dammit, the only thing stopping me is me.

I've written every day for two months. I hit 60,000 words today and I have the rest of the story in my head. What a feeling!

1,000 words a day has become my religion. It's enough to make progress, but not enough to be overwhelming. Some days it's a struggle and some days they flow out in minutes. But every day I make myself do it, and every day the story crawls forward.


Michael Chabon's advice to me: 1,000 words a day from writing


I started with 700 words a day (I figured it was easier for my mind to reach/be motivated by a little more than 500 but not quite 1,000). By the end of the year, I was doing 2,000 words per session, 3 times a day (6,000 words a day). Now, nearly 20 years later, I'm averaging 17,000 words a day. The younger me who struggled to reach 700 words a day would have fallen over dead had anyone told me that one day I'd find 17k a day easy. :P

Funny thing is, I never consciously changed my goal to a higher number. It was just that once I got into the habit of writing daily, I discovered I had a ton of stuff to write, and once I got started, I just couldn't stop until I reached the end of the scene/chapter/story/whatever, and before I knew it it was no longer me writing a certain amount of words anymore, but soon it was me writing a certain amount of scenes or chapters a day.

Practice and sticking to it every day, really is the only way around it.

Rothfuss is a world-builder style of fantasy author, and inside that genre, his plots take the form of endless "day in the life" vignettes. (Here's Kvothe livng in a traveling troupe of actors. Now here's Kvothe learning to play the lute. Now here he is on his first day of school... etc.) I think of this as akin to travelogues.

And, thing is, there's an audience for travelogues.

It's a style of fantasy where the prose is typically just... okay, meaning, it's grammatical, paragraph structure seems reasonable enough, sentences flow relatively smoothly. But the prose on its own is merely competent, not jawdroppingly beautiful. And yet, in some of these books, the world-building is so intriguing and the world-building ideas creative enough (magic system, mythology, etc) that readers simply enjoy being in that world.

I remember thinking "I could just watch Kvothe putter along in his life forever, one day at a time, and be perfectly entertained." But I do agree the prose on its own is merely competent.

That said, I've found to my dismay that achieving that level of "merely competent" is itself insanely difficult! Endless technical details of point of view, pacing, varying sentence length, dialogue tags, action beats, scene-setting...

I've spent six years just chasing a fairly mundane level of technical competence!




Day in the Life Slice of Life Vignette in the Fantasy genre is EXTREMELY unusual, and fewer then 10 Fantasy authors write it, so it stands out quite a lot when you see it. (I'm actually considered the inventor of that format... I've been writing it since 1978, the day in the life of an Elf wizard... 40 years and 130 novels later, I'm still writing all the mundane details of Quaraun's life and have yet to toss him into anything even remotely an action scene). You see it in other genres all the time, but almost never in Fantasy, because usually in Fantasy, people want none stop action.

But one of the reasons I like writing it, is because, I'm never at a loss for what to write. I don't have to come up with over the top plots and battles. No, instead I write about him getting up in the morning and puttering around with his daily punting session, his obsessing over what to wear, his getting drunk way too early in the day then getting into arguments with his unicorn, people coming to him begging for help with some dragon and him flipping them off with a fYk-you, and then him ranting about how much he hates humans.

It's also why it was so easy for me to go from 700 words a day to 17k words a day. Every day life is pretty easy to write. It's almost like writing a diary, because you are NOT sticking with more standard formats and have more freedom to write exactly what the character is thinking/feeling/doing, because you don't have to worry if it's important to the plot or not. That's the big advantage of writing Slice of Life Literary in any genre, is, plots are optional, and usually plots get in the way and are not included at all.

Slice of life relies on everyday activities and not plots to move them forward. It's a character driven genre, moved forward by feelings and emotions, instead of goals and actions. That's also why a lot of readers find it awkward reading, because they are used to reading plot driven stories instead of character driven stories. Character driven stories are rather uncommon.

I started writing character driven Fantasy, because I was bored out of my mind with one sword fight battle front after another. I liked reading literary fiction, but hated the modern settings, and wanted literary fiction featuring Elves and wizards, which in the 1970s, did not exist, thus the only way to read it was to write it. I didn't really have a goal for it at all, so I just took a wizard and started writing random short stories about his life. Him being a homeless wandering vagabond wizard for hire, you never see him in the same town twice as he travels across the country. The series being set in America & Canada, and me being a full time RVer, I actually drive to every place he visits and every day I'm sitting on location writing the settings. Story set on the shores of Witch Hole Pond, Maine, were written, while I sat at the real Witch Hole Pond, Maine and wrote exactly the story that the area inspired me to write.

Sadly while 1 or 2 books in the genre get popular once in a while, the genre as a whole is very much not popular, because people much rather read battles and sword fights, then "oh my, look at that landscape!" and read long tavern dialogue. Most people want to adventures of the quest itself, not the downtime and behind the scenes of the daily lives of questers when not questing. shrug

I would like to see the genre become more popular, but, mainstream people just want to read hack and slash action, and folks looking to read slice of life are a very small minority in the reading world.




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Top 202 Most Viewed Pages Of 2017 So Far
(Out of 10,000 pages)

(January 2017 to October 2017)
(Excluding the Home PageAbout Page, and Site Map Page, which were the top 3)

  1. Amphibious Aliens: The Story of Etiole & The World's Most Haunted Car
  2. The GoldenEagle: An Auto-biography of the World's Most Haunted Car
  3. Medieval Servants: Their jobs and their place in historical fiction.
  4. How Long is 50,000 Words?
  5. On being a handicapped CosPlayer at PortCon Maine 2017
  6. Stephen King's The Thinner and The Gypsies Of Old Orchard Beach, Maine
  7. Writing Mute Characters
  8. Flamboyant Nipples: The KKK's New Gay Hating Site About Old Orchard Beach | The Site That Makes Fun of Terrorist Hate Crimes
  9. Writing Dares Random Generator
  10. Don't put flyers on people's cars...
  11. The Saco River Curse
  12. Our Primary Site Topic Is Small Penis? Reaching #1 on Page 1 of Google.
  13. Help FBI End Anti-Gay White Power Terrorist Attacks of Old Orchard Beach
  14. Creating Character Profiles | Meet The Characters | Who Is Quaraun?
  15. Introduction To The Quaraun Series: aka Too Gay For Old Orchard Beach
  16. The Dazzling Razzberry aka EelKat's Autism Awareness Car
  17. Autism, Asperger, PTSD, & Mad Cow: Writing Clinical Insanity Accurately | What is wrong with Quaraun? 
  18. Quaraun Free To Read Online Complete Chapter Index In Chronological Order
  19. Necromancy: Fact Vs Fiction; Or How Can You Be A Necromancer In Real Life?
  20. 600 Pages: Epic Big Super Sized Novels and Why You Should Never Write One
  21. Why Crude Adult Comedy and Pink Humor Yaoi Is Not Erotica
  22. The FBI In Old Orchard Beach, Maine Trying To Capture A Domestic Terrorist
  23. One Gypsy's Review of My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding
  24. The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach - page 1 (Online Release of Banned Book)
  25. Autism, Asperger's, And The Danger of The Self-Diagnosis
  26. Spell Casting Side Effects: Magic In Quaraun's Universe | Author Interview
  27. What Type of Music Does A Gypsy Listen To? My Top 10 Favorite Bands
  28. Beware of White Men In Gypsy Clothing: Fake Psychic Scams
  29. How long does it take to hit 1667 words?
  30. How to Write A Kiss
  31. Phookas
  32. Creating Character Profiles | Meet The Characters | Who Is GhoulSpawn?
  33. Albino Races - Moon Elves In The Quaraun Series
  34. Daily Writing Prompts (June 2017 Archive)
  35. My 30th Anniversary of Being Transgender
  36. Why Are The Quaraun Books Rated M18+
  37. How to Write Hot Sex - Tips For Erotic Romance Authors
  38. The Zaharam-Chapelle-Parunas Ethnographical World Building Questionnaire
  39. The Jiggler & The G-String Teddy Bears | The Adventures of Quaraun The Insane
  40. What exactly makes an Elf an Elf? (What is the definition of an Elf?)
  41. Online Income: The Reality vs The Fantasy
  42. World's Most Haunted Car Merchandise
  43. I Am Not GhoulSpawn | Excerpt From Rose Garden of The Pink Necromancer
  44. Old Orchard Beach Hate Crimes
  45. BoomFuzzy Chapter 1 (Novel Excerpt - Quaraun The Insane)
  46. How can your books have gay transvestite characters and not be Erotica? or Why are gay haters beating up elderly woman for wearing pink for breast cancer awareness and saying she's a transexual because only transexuals wear pink?
  47. EelKat's Guide To NaNoWriMo Featuring The 13 Step Method To Writing
  48. Autism and the Stigmas - Why Can’t You Accept Me As Me?
  49. Maine UFO Sightings
  50. Page 11 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach - The Scottish Traveller Crime Family
  51. Psychedelics In A 'High' High Fantasy World (High Elves Getting High)
  52. KBoards, The NaNoWriMo ML Rumor & The Vindictive Stalker
  53. Writing Racist Characters VS The Ku Klux Klan In Old Orchard Beach, Maine
  54. Captured By The Lich Lord | The Night of The Screaming Unicorn
  55. How To Build A Magic System
  56. I've everything but a kitchen sink. Wait, how'd that sink get in my pocket?
  57. Stephen King's Thinner Gypsies & The Ku Klux Klan of Old Orchard Beach
  58. Autistic Characters In Fiction
  59. City of The Slushies | Chapter 7 | Quaraun The Insane
  60. Manuscript Reading Services or Will You Read My Book and Tell Me What You Think?
  61. Suicide, Rape, and Abuse In The Quaraun Series
  62. Wizards vs Witches vs Sorcerers: How are they different? | Writing Fantasy Books
  63. FRED: Google's Most Deadly Update Ever?
  64. How To Write A Novel: Question Everything Before Putting It In Your World
  65. Content writing: How long do you spend creating a quality blog post?
  66. SBI: To Review or Not to Review? That Is The Question
  67. Twerking Dragons: The Joys Of Writing A Novel With A Voice Recorder
  68. A Day At Witch Pond & Fleeing To The Forest | Summoner of Darkness
  69. Transgender, Transsexual, Transvestite, or Intersex: What Is Quaraun?
  70. Sheep | GhoulSpawn The Crazed & The Rose Garden of The Pink Necromancer
  71. Colour Magic - Gypsy Style
  72. Ideas, Ideas, Ideas (Where Do You Get Them?)
  73. Keywords & Pigeons: How I Do Local Business Marketing
  74. Quaraun & Autism In Fantasy Novels
  75. The Signs Of Old Orchard Beach & The FBI Investigation Of The Town Hall
  76. Tom Addams & The Warrior's Forum
  77. A Field of Poppies On The Road To Witch Pond | Summoner of Darkness
  78. An Elf and a Lich in the Gingerbread Pit | The Night of The Screaming Unicorn
  79. Markiplier Jacksepticeye and Pewdiepie Play Resident Evil 7
  80. Santa Claus: Lich Of The North Pole (Includes NSFW 18+ CBT Yaoi scene)
  81. A Motorhome named 'No Hurry' becomes Rosebud & The Story of Ten Kidnapped Cats
  82. Create Original Content aka I Hate Jackass Gutter Scum Thieves
  83. Lost In a Space That Isn't There: Going North To Head South
  84. An Elf Gone Mad: The Rise of The Pink Necromancer
  85. Aspergers is NOT Autism
  86. Is The Quaraun Series Erotica? - No! Here's why...
  87. Summoner of Darkness: GhoulSpawn and Quaraun Trapped With A Phooka
  88. The Dungeon Master & The 1974 AMC Gremlin
  89. The Lich's True Form Revealed | The Night of The Screaming Unicorn
  90. Using work you already started for national novel writing month?
  91. World-building In The Quaraun Series: Creating a Fantasy World
  92. Books in Vacationland 2017
  93. BoomFuzzy's Gingerbread House From Hell
  94. Lets Playing Is No Longer Fun
  95. Santa's Floating Dead Body | A Scene From The Summoner of Darkness
  96. The Banshee Sisters: Bean-Nighe and Ben-Neeyah In the Swamp of Death
  97. The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach - page 2 (Online Release of Banned Book)
  98. What vlogging equipment is needed to get started as a YouTube vlogger?
  99. April 2015 Update: Too Gay For Old Orchard Beach: The Kidnapped Cats
  100. Betta Fish Aesthetic on Pinterest
  101. Domain Name Branding: Should You Put Your Brand Name In Your URL?
  102. Life As A YouTuber: How To Earn An Income From Making Videos
  103. Making YouTube Videos: How did you decide what content to make?
  104. Page 4 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  105. Twighilight Not Twilight
  106. YouTube Index
  107. Amphibious Aliens: My health since the stroke and Etiole . . .
  108. Are You A Satan Worshiper?
  109. Average Typing Speed
  110. Custom Leggings - Designs By EelKat
  111. Ernest Hemingway Style of Writing Literary Fiction Used In Epic Fantasy Novels
  112. Google Flagged Your Site! What To Do? (Help For Web Masters)
  113. How valuable is a writer’s group?
  114. Lives Destroyed: Amphibious Aliens 10th Anniversary Update
  115. Lost In a Space That Isn't There: Santa's Letter To Satan
  116. Summoner of Darkness: Quaraun Meets The Gremlin
  117. The Terrorists of Old Orchard Beach Put My Dad In a Coma
  118. Using Yahoo Answers to promote your book and author website.
  119. What Is This Site?
  120. You Stole My Idea - I was writing a book, but you already wrote it 10 years ago!
  121. City of The Slushies | Chapter 1 | Quaraun The Insane
  122. Creative Writing Story Prompts: September 2017 Edition
  123. Dungeons and Dragons: The Joys Of Calculating Gold Weight In AD&D 2ed
  124. Fabric Designed By EelKat
  125. My Fave YouTubers Play: Dream Daddy - The Yaoi Dad Dating Sim Otome Game
  126. Necromancy: How will resurrection affect society as a whole?
  127. Page 7 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  128. Pink Flowers Aesthetic on Pinterest
  129. The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach - page 12 (Online Release of Banned Book)
  130. What will a traveler encounter on the roads in your world?
  131. Are you insane? Am I? Let's Find Out...
  132. Becoming A Better Writer: How to write interesting dialogue.
  133. Character Creation
  134. Copper Cockeral Cards & Gifts
  135. Elves, Drugs, and Opium: A Look At The Drug Use In The Quaraun Books
  136. How To Stay Motivated To Write | Writing Fantasy Books
  137. Jewelry Fashions in Moon Elf Culture | World Building | Writing Fantasy Books
  138. Keyword Marketing - What to do when your best keywords are low demand
  139. Magic Systems and How to Build Them | Writing Fantasy Books
  140. NaNoWriMo Overachievers: How did you do it?
  141. Quaraun Cover Art Gallery | Fantasy Novel Book Cover Art
  142. Quaraun The Insane : Zebulon's Captive: The Last of The Moon Elves
  143. SEO Advantages of Embedding YouTube Videos On Your Website
  144. Summoner of Darkness: A Tavern Scene - Chastity Cages, and Whores
  145. Summoner of Darkness: The Return of ZooLock (free to read online)
  146. Twighlight Not Twilight Part 2
  147. Vanishing Books Update - Why 27 of my books were deleted off Amazon
  148. What is a God in Your Universe? | World Building | Writing Fantasy Books
  149. Writing Maine: How To Write About Maine Life Accurately
  150. What the Ocean Gives Me (How Things In Your Life Affect Your Writing)
  151. City of The Slushies | Chapter 14 | Quaraun The Insane
  152. February 10, 2008 - Harassment Continues in Old Orchard Beach, Maine
  153. How does a bestselling book become a bestseller?
  154. Marriage in Moon Elf Culture | World Building | Writing Fantasy Books
  155. People are not interested in long winded copy
  156. September 26, 2017 - The Latest Attack By The KKK on The Thinner Gypsies
  157. Spending Money To Make Money Online? Should You Do It?
  158. Summoner of Darkness: The Demon Cultists and The Coming of The Darkness
  159. Summoner of Darkness: The Map of The Town (novel free to read online)
  160. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY | Completionist Run: Episode 01
  161. Trespassers: April 2007 Updates
  162. Turning Scenes, Into Stories & Writing Travelogue Style Fantasy Books
  163. Where To Get Endless Ideas For Short Stories, Novels, and Articles
  164. Writing Controversial Books: Political Correctness & White Supremacists
  165. Are Bad Reviews Good For You?
  166. Branding Yourself While Avoiding The Scams | EelKat On Content Writing
  167. Child Sacrifice in Fantasy Novels | Writing Fantasy Books
  168. How to Handle Writing Fantasy-Horror That Features Violence Against Children
  169. How would you explain your Fantasy world to a stranger?
  170. Page 6 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  171. Summoner of Darkness: HellBorne The Evil, Lord of Black Tower
  172. The return of Friends Are Forever - Banned and Burned it's about to be reborn!
  173. Why do Lovecraftian beings come to earth?
  174. Writing Prompts Syndrome?
  175. Autism = The Crazy Cat Woman of Maine
  176. Autism: Understanding what is really going on inside the child’s head.
  177. But what exactly IS a full time income?
  178. Content Marketing & writing: How I write content for my website
  179. Do you write a novel start-to-finish?
  180. GhoulSpawn and The Lich Lord's Lover: How To Kill a Lich
  181. How is it that the church leaders are claiming you do not pay tithes?
  182. How To Write A Novel: In what order do you create your world?
  183. I loved my children but I loved BoomFuzzy more | From Quaraun The Insane
  184. My Two Favorite People: FarDarrig and The Baby That Never Should Have Been
  185. Need help writing characters of color | EelKat on racist white readers
  186. Quaraun and the Amazon Adult Filter
  187. Quaraun GhoulSpawn and The Lich Lord's Lover: The Lover's Triangle
  188. Summoner of Darkness: Where Are You Hiding That Horse?
  189. Tired of people who don’t care. :( Tired of the harassment. :(
  190. What would happen if an Elf adopted a Human baby? | Writing Fantasy Books
  191. Page 10 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  192. Page 3 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  193. Page 8 - The Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach
  194. SCRIPT FRENZY 2010: I WON! & Psycho Stalker Attacks
  195. Wristlets, Wrist Bags, Mini Clutch, Cosmetic Bags, and Designer Mini Purses
  196. Writing Your Novel: Do you save chapters as individual files?
  197. Are old AD&D adventures still any use to current players?
  198. Autistics Have Feelings Too & Diverse Books Rant
  199. Be True To You: YouTube Gamers: "Faking" a personality until you make it?
  200. City of The Slushies | Chapter 10 | Quaraun The Insane
  201. HEA in Erotica (Should You Write Happily Ever Afters?)
  202. Stephen King's Thinner Gypsies



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“Karma comes after everyone eventually. You can't get away with screwing people over your whole life, I don't care who you are. What goes aroMy Two Favorite People: FarDarrig and The Baby That Never Should Have Been

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und comes around. That's how it works. Sooner or later the universe will serve you the revenge that you deserve.” 

― Jessica Brody


"By autistic standards, the “normal” brain is easily distractible, is obsessively social, and suffers from a deficit of attention to detail and routine. Thus people on the spectrum experience the neurotypical world as relentlessly unpredictable and chaotic, perpetually turned up too loud, and full of people who have little respect for personal space." 

— Steve Silberman



Attempt Something New Today! – too many people talk about doing this or that but few actually take action, it's the why behind why so few succeed and so many fail.




I'm not made of money, I'm made out of glitter and kittens. 

~CinnamonToastKen 2017


“When people see you're happy doing what you're doing, it sort of takes the power away from them to tease you about it.” 

― Wendy Mass, Every Soul a Star




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“If you're horrible to me, I'm going to write a song about it, and you won't like it. That's how I operate.” 

― Taylor Swift



Bullies should never force you to  suffer in silence. If someone has hurt you, let others know.



“One's dignity may be assaulted, vandalized and cruelly mocked, but it can never be taken away unless it is surrendered.” 
― Michael J. Fox



“I would rather be a little nobody, then to be a evil somebody.” 

― Abraham Lincoln


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"Do not fear people with Autism, embrace them, Do not spite people with Autism unite them, Do not deny people with Autism accept them for then their abilities will shine" 

— Paul Isaacs











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“1. Bullying is not okay. Period.

2. Freedom of religion does not give you the right to physically or verbally assault people.

3. If your sincerely-held religious beliefs require you to bully children, then your beliefs are fucked up.” 

― Jim C. Hines




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