Since yesterday I have been creating a map for the world in which my novel is set, it is quite a big world, although whether I use all the map or not is a different thin altogether, I may save some for expansion at a later date.
Obviously this is quite a quick mock up for my own visual reference, once my novel is complete and I am looking into getting it published, I would get an artist to redraw it a lot nicer for me. Continue reading →
I failed. I said I would do them every time I finished a book, I have read three books since I said that and haven’t reviewed a single one. Oops.
I am currently reading “The Husband” by Dean Koontz and I love it so much that I think I will definitely do a review about it.
I am also going to try (keyword try) to do one about the book Magician by Raymond E. Feist because it is A) My favourite book and B) One of the reasons I love fantasy books.
Twitter is a strange place as well by the way, I’ve just casually been talking to one of my favourite authors (Raymond E. Feist) about the pro’s and con’s of turning his universe into an MMO game because currently it is only a text based MMO and I dunno, I just can’t cope with text based games. It seems to defeat the point, I read words and I write words, the last thing I want to do is play words. Part of the reason I don’t read the quests on WoW when I play it…also the reason I get bored of WoW so easily probably aha.
Recently I have been getting back into World of Warcraft, had rekindled my love for RPG’s (role-playing games). I recently bought Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which I really like, although I seem to suck at it at the moment. Call of Duty has made me think left trigger is aim down sights, whereas in DE-HR it puts you into cover, sticking you to the nearest effing wall, even if the enemies you were attacking can still see you there.
But anyway yeah, back on track, I have been really keen on RPG’s recently and with Harry Potter now having come to end with the books having been long since complete and the movies more recently being complete, it needs something new.