oh. apparently insomnia is a possible side-effect of caffeine withdrawal. goodie.
I am so bloody tired but I cannot sleep.
I feel like hell. My head is a foggy mess and I am a bit shaky. But this will pass. It will be worth it.
‘East o’ the sun and west o’ the moon - with other Norwegian folk tales’ retold by Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen; illustrated by Frederick Richardson. Published 1912 by Row, Peterson & Co., Chicago.
See the complete book here.
ONE MORE CHAPTER OF THIS BLOODY BOOK.
Cleveland is being considered to host the 2016 RNC National convention.
I can’t stop laughing at the idea. Cleveland is such a blue city. Ohio may be a swing state, but Cleveland is not a swing city.
too help myself cut back on pop I had coffee and now I have too much stimulant in my system. my fingertips tingle.
Histories and Lore » The North (House Manderly)Where House Reed holds the gate to the North, House Manderly holds the port; White Harbor. The closest thing to a Southern city we have, governed by the closest thing to a Southern family we have. Generations ago, the Manderlys were driven from the Reach but the Starks gave them their land in return for fealty. Now White Harbor is the richest city of the North and the Manderlys, the richest family. Not in gold and silver like their Southern counterparts but in fish, grain and trade.
Anonymous asked: Hi I’m writing a story where the world is divided up by different Kingdoms. I was wandering if you had any resources regarding writing in a Kingdom setting?
A kingdom setting can be pretty much anything you want it to be, but it’s a good idea to look at some real kingdoms and some fantasy kingdoms (such as Narnia, Westeros, or Rohan) for inspiration.
Some other resources:
How to Make Your Own Fantasy Kingdom
Creating and Naming Kingdoms
Fantasy Writing Guide via The Writing Cafe
Creating a Realistic Fantasy World