Archive for August 2015

Worldbuilding #14.1 – Copper

Welcome to the second article of my new Worldbuilding series. Today we discuss one of the most important metals: Copper. Copper is really the unsung hero when it comes to metals. While noted for its use when there were only a few known metals in the world, it soon fell out of favor over time, only for it to resurface and the is metal responsible for the modern age of electronics. However, it is not just electronics that make Copper so valuable, but how it reacts to water as well.

Of all metals, Copper has an interesting history and understanding that will definitely help you in understanding its place within your universe.

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Worldbuilding #14 – Metals

Welcome to the first article of my new Worldbuilding series. This, in many ways, is a sequel to my previous Worldbuilding series. Unlike the last one, which focused on Geography and Map Making, this series will cover everything else that goes into Worldbuilding. The goal with this is to be able to answer questions that many other Worldbuilding sources will ask you. This series will help educate you on a variety of topics that are important to designing your world that you likely never thought about before.

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#IWSG – To Patreon or Not Patreon

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Welcome to another edition of Internet Writer’s Support Group. A time honoured tradition for my site where I reveal my thoughts and feelings as a writer. Sometimes those thoughts are good, other times, not so good. Today, I will discuss my new Patreon account. What is it, why am I doing it, and how this will affect me as a writer.

 

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Madness Worldbuilding New Series Intro

worldbuilding logo2Welcome to the next Madness Worldbuilding series. For a long while I have been promising this series, and today I get to realize my dream.

My goal with this series is to bring you a great resource of information that has been my pleasure to bring in the past. It has always been my belief that when you write an educational article, you must identify the how and why beyond the initial what, and I will continue that work with this series.

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