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Writing Plans for 2013

November 28, 2012


Inspired by a post over at “Words on the Page“, I got thinking about my writing plans for 2013. Since I found out today that the first Camp NaNoWriMo will be in April, I think I came up with something that should work. So, December, of course, is “NaNoEdMo” or “National Novel Editing Month” and […]

Camp NaNoWriMo

November 27, 2012


I just learned that Camp NaNoWriMo (a spin-off of the November project) will be in April and July next year instead of June and August like this year. This is great news for me. In summer, I’m usually travelling around a lot re-enacting, so it would be hard to get much serious writing done (as […]

Palmsunday Field: Prologue

November 26, 2012


For the folks from the German NaNo board and everyone else who is interested, I’ll post the prologue of my novel “Palmsunday Field” as an excerpt. It has been through the first editing round already, so I hope there won’t be any major mistakes. I wrote the prologue, which is set in St Albans in […]

Book Meme

November 25, 2012


Since the blog still looks very empty, I’ll share a meme I found over at Commonplace Book while browsing the Internet. It seems just right since books are such an important theme of this blog. Over in the USA, the National Endowment for the Arts has an initiative you may have heard of called the Big […]

Hello and welcome!

November 24, 2012


Welcome to my new blog. Here, I’ll be sharing news, articles, photos and random snippets about my interest in history and my creative writing projects. First, maybe a few words about my interest in history. I’m a re-enactor (late 15th century). I’m also crazy about Medieval Martial Arts, particularly fencing with the long sword and […]