This article was about using the principals of Economy for creating your world for your story. Concepts such as: everything has a cost and things come from somewhere. Understanding these concepts can tell you a lot about the world you are creating, adding additional depth to your story.
(Warning: Article is 30 pages long)
This article features the last of the Metals of Antiquity, also known as the first seven metals known to mankind. Gold is not only very rare, but a metal that has been used as currency and has many other applications that are useful for writers to know when designing their world.
This is my Worldbuilding series which put my blog on the map. It started out as a Map Making tutorial for those who can't draw as well as information related to Geographic Worldbuilding. Since then it was expanded to include various topics about Worldbuilding that will be of interest to all writers no matter the genre they write.
Using a special spread I designed, I teach how to use Tarot cards to create complex characters for your story, using 22 cards to make for near unlimited combination of characters you might see in a story. This was featured in two parts.
Facing disability myself, I have found writing to be a productive use of my time, as an attempt to try to build my life up but also give me something to do as I cannot work a regular job. It is my hope that my words can inspire others who are facing disability and can't work.