Creating an entirely original fantasy world has been magical. I've found that when writing a story, I come to an opportunity to elaborate on a history of whatever it is I came across.
In life we are presented with moments; many, many moments. Good moments, bad moments, moments of fear, anxiety, hate, love, embarrassment, lust, confusion, anxiety. One can argue that by seizing any moment there are nearly an infinite amount of possibilities and series' of events which can follow said moment. But in my opinion, there are … Continue reading Moments
Tarnstead was a quaint little town in Escala. Escala was a vast country of rolling hills remaining near-entirely treeless and naked for the most part. Today, the sixty-third of Aleil in the year of 1410 of the fourth age—two brothers and a wagon full of fish (not-so)fresh from The Breaking River creakily made their way … Continue reading TEKW Book One, Chapter One
A book that I will one day read to my children! If you're a fan of fantasy and magical things, this is the book for you. I'm not going to write a full-blown review for this because I don't like reviewing things; most notably books. I think in a sense that it's not my business to critique … Continue reading The Name of The Wind (Patrick Rothfuss)
I bought this game (Gold Edition) today, and I've gamed it since 9am I thoroughly loved Shadow of Mordor. That game was the first Platinum Trophy I've ever received on PSN. The original game sucked me in so quick (being a huge LOTR fan, it was easy) but I do have to admit I … Continue reading Middle of Earth: Shadow of War