I really liked the ancient-looking sets of myriorama cards like this one - there don't seem to be many options around anymore! I bet Philip Pullman has some beautiful sets ;_;
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RE: Plotist Writer's Gift Guide - November 2017
Thanks @toasha! I love making lists and I love gift shopping so I really enjoy making these and I'm glad they're useful for someone!
My purse has also been in danger several times while compiling the lists @_@ especially with board games...
RE: Writing Tips Round Up: Bad romance
@typical_demigod I really like the switching genders advice.
I also really like this Gamasutra guide - http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/AlexanderFreed/20160725/277738/Writing_Romance_in_nonRomance_Games_Linear_Romances.php
It's supposed to be for video games writers but it's really good advice across mediums : )
RE: The Transforming Moon: Write your unexpected weregiraffe
I absolutely adore moon folklore!
Some favourite moon stories recently:
- Lovely tale in One Hundred Nights of Hero by Isabel Greenberg about three moon sisters - a magical graphic novel that I just finished reading.
- At my local storytellers group recently there was a great story about the Moon as the trickster goddess of stories and using them to outwit the Sun who fell in love with her but came on a bit too strong for her liking.
- I think in Japanese folklore the moon is a bunny?
- Neil Gaiman’s Stardust – kind-of (more about a star than the moon but some moon cameo)
- Rukia was always my favourite Bleach character and she always had lots of Moon imagery around her.
- Yuna from Final Fantasy X was a favourite and she also had lots of Moon connotations!
Anyway I'm going to go read about the Wakaranga moon myths now...