This is the story all about how reddit helped improve my fantasy map. I’ve long been told that reddit is a hostile place and the community can be fickle but that’s not true for r/worldbuilding. When I shared a fantasy map and asked for feedback and ideas the community was amazing. I want to say […]
If you’re looking for a little something to spice up your maps then here are a number of great map resources that I’ve collected from around the web. Most are free but I’ve also included a couple of premium options when they’ve been great.
After over 8 years of this website being online it’s about time I step from behind the screen to say hello, show my cheesy grin and deliver some useful content to you by video. However, this is completely new to me. I’m a writer by trade so sitting in front of a camera
The Worldbuilder’s Guild is coming. Those are the words currently on the Guild’s homepage, as you can see from the featured image above. Back in August I added a free resource library to the Worldbuilding School. This was a beta test for the Guild, and it received great feed back from the people who signed […]
Imagine this. You’ve been called into the office of Bob Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company. He welcomes you in, motions to a chair and then begins: “I want you to put together a worldbuilding dream team as a task force to build a brand new intellectual property from scratch. Money isn’t an issue, […]
Have you ever dreamed of inviting other authors to write a story in your world? Sure, most authors are busy writing their own novel, and novels take TIIMMEEE! But what about a short story? A story between 3,000 to 7,500 words doesn’t take anywhere near the commitment or energy of a novel. Chances are if […]