As the title suggests, I am now offering some commissions through the website Fiverr. At the moment, I have two different products available: Editing and map illustration. Both have descriptions on the site, but I’ll put some explanation here, as well.
Editing is more or less exactly what it sounds like. If you have a piece of writing and you want to make sure it’s the best it can be, I’ll be happy to give it a thorough round of editing. You can learn more here.
If a map is more what you’re looking for, I can supply that, as well. I can map out any fantasy realm you’ve imagined, whether it be for stories, games, or anything else you need one for. If that sounds like something you might be interested in, you can read more here!
My hope is that these links will get into the hands of those who could really benefit from the services I’m offering, and to that end, I would be endlessly grateful if you all could perhaps share them with others you think might be interested. Thank you very much and I’ll see you all again when June is upon us!
Hello again, everyone. Did you know that I do work as a freelance editor in addition to writing my own stories and poems? If you’ve ever wanted a top-notch editor at a very affordable price, your search is over. Just head over to my page on Fiverr, where you can find all the options I’ve made available to customers. I hope to see you there!
Hello and a belated happy March, everyone! This will be a short post, so let’s get right to what’s been on my mind lately.
Lately, I haven’t had a ton of writing-related news to share. I could talk about poems I’ve been working on, but that would get repetitive eventually and unless I’m publishing these poems, it doesn’t really impact anyone here, does it? At the same time, though, I don’t want this blog to become totally inactive. To this end, I’ve been thinking of branching out and writing about things other than literature. Does that sound like something that would interest any of you, or would you rather I stay with my writing-focused content, infrequent as it is?
Oh dear, I must apologize for the delayed hiatus. I didn’t mean to neglect this blog for so long, but I’ve been having some difficulties that needed sorting out. I think I have a few of those taken care of now, but there is still one very large question I have to answer before I continue. Maybe some of you can help me with it.
For a while now, this blog has been primarily a place for me to share interesting bits of world-building I’ve done that haven’t had a chance to work their way to the forefront of my main writing. While I have no problem continuing that, I feel I could and should be offering you something with a bit more substance. However, I don’t have the faintest idea of where to begin. Most of the advice I’ve gotten has been to talk about something that isn’t directly linked to writing, but rather a different hobby of mine. This, however, is another big problem: Writing, and world-building more specifically, are my two biggest hobbies. I could talk about obscure historical information, but I am by no means an expert in that field and would just be sharing things people smarter than myself found. I could talk about my experiences with roleplaying games, but I don’t know if that would be of interest to anyone.
So my final question to all of you is, what do you want to see here? All responses and advice are much appreciated. Together, we can make 2016 a really fulfilling time for this blog, both in terms of content and interaction!
In Brigard, roses are strongly associated with endings, particularly of relationships. As such, they are viewed in a very negative light and rarely grown in most gardens. This association has its origins in a folktale known as The Tragedy of Lord Chraenin, in which a kindhearted noble was murdered by his lover in a rose garden. Despite all this negativity, however, florists do still grow the flowers because some people find enjoyment in sending their former significant others a single rose as a way of announcing the end of the relationship.
Alright, so let me just start off by apologizing for the lack of regular posts here lately. Some things happened that required I go on a temporary hiatus. I should have announced that, but I didn’t and so again I apologize. But I do have some news to share, so let’s get right to that.
Starting this coming Saturday, I will be getting back into the Brigard Fact posts. I have two all ready to go, so that should be just enough to carry me to my goal of 104. Once I have reached that goal, I will be taking a break to focus on content that you will hopefully find interesting and useful. To that end, your feedback would be immensely helpful. What sorts of things do you want to see from my blog? I have a few ideas of my own regarding how to move forward, but I would rather do things you want to read. That should just about wrap things up. Keep an eye open for the return of the Brigard Facts, and I hope to hear from you soon!
Hello, everyone! It’s been a little while since I’ve posted anything and for that, I apologize. Life caught up with me for a few weeks and I needed to take a brief break, but I’m back now! However, there is one problem I have yet to resolve, a problem that you might be able to help me with.
For some time now, my posting schedule has been weekly Brigard Facts exclusively. I have no problem with those, and it would appear readers like them at least a little. However, I am thinking that it is time to set that aside for a little while and bring in some new content. At the same time, I would like to offer more content than just the usual once-a-week fare I’ve had here for so long. While trying to think of suitable new content, an idea came to me: Why not make the question open to all to answer? If there is anything you think would make for an interesting weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly feature here, please share it. I could really use your advice!
That should just about cover things for now. I do plan to at least try sharing more work-related updates in the future, so that’s something to look out for as well. But until then, I hope to hear from you all!