Medieval Demographics Made Easy

It’s common for fantasy stories to have a medieval backdrop – castles, men (or women) on horseback and fire torches instead of battery operated torches. Of course, writers don’t have to use this setting. They can do whatever they want, because it’s fantasy! That’s the beauty of the genre. Anyway, by accident I stumbled on … Read moreMedieval Demographics Made Easy

30 Days of WorldBuilding

With my recent decision to scrap a couple of projects I’ve been working on, one in particular, I’ve been thinking about what projects I’m going to concentrate on now. Not being one for working on too many projects at a time, I’ve decided to go with two manuscripts.  One is a much loved project that … Read more30 Days of WorldBuilding

The Oliver Cromwell Website

As I mentioned in my last post, I’ll be doing a bit of research on a certain time period in history and The Oliver Cromwell Website has started me off on the right foot. Naturally, I knew the name but I wasn’t sure of anything else. I’ve also been to the library and borrowed four … Read moreThe Oliver Cromwell Website