You know, I was going to open this with a quip about how there’s like two castles in North America. But turns out, there’s one in Mexico, a few in Canada (most are mansions, cheaters), and several in the U.S. But I’m going to share with you information about Wawel castle in Poland, which had been built in the 1300s.
Tag Archives: scenery
WriteWorld: The Country of Hell
In case anyone is wondering, I have, officially, over 1000 likes on my Tumblr and I found a whole host of potential WriteWorlds there, so here’s one for size. It involves me building the country of Hell featured for a bit in my book.
A picture says a thousand words. Write them.
Mission: Write a story, a description, a poem, a metaphor, a commentary, or a critique about this picture. Write something about this picture.
Be sure to tag writeworld in your block!
Aesthetics & The Quest for Inspiration
Here is a blatant plug for my Tumblr. If you want to know about imagery for scenes, I think it’s super important to have an online pin-board of scenes, characters, and event designs. Here’s why you do it and here’s how I do it.