Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Worldbuilding with Eliza Wyatt

I'm contemplating a month of worldbuilding with Eliza Wyatt, fantasy 'scribbler' as she calls herself and word-crafter extraordinaire. If you haven't already checked out her blog, you must, if only for the simple beauty of her language. You don't have to like or understand fantasy; you just have to appreciate imagery that sticks with you long after the words are gone. She's funny, too, which is always a plus: Robert Jordan’s work could be used as bludgeoning weapons in the military if they ever ran short. The most important reason to read her blog is the fact that she's penned some gems: any writer of any genre will benefit from her (consistent) flashes of insight.

2 comments:

elizaw said...

I think you're giving me far too much credit. :D Thank you for the kind words, and the mention!

Alex Moore said...

@elizaw: you're an inspiration, and ppl should be directed to you. I say that carefully, with much consideration, and not with off-hand carelessness. i appreciate your blog because of the fact that it is worthy of notice; you keep it updated with interesting posts and thought-provoking points.