I wanted to give 3D sculpting a try, so I found an open source program called Sculptgl. It has both a browser based app and a stand-alone app. I found the app easy to learn and fun to use. My first project was a beholder from Dungeons and Dragons, which I then printed in black … Continue reading Designing D&D Characters
While researching where I was going to camp, my original plan was to drive to Drumheller. When I saw Kokanee Creek online, it looked so beautiful that I decided to spend a few days there instead. Glad I did.
When Cheryl Angst asks you to participate in the annual MACC Writer's conference for grades 6/7, the only response is to say yes and then figure out how to free your schedule. This year's all-day event had around 300 students, and 11 authors teaching them the craft.
A few days after James McCann asked me if I would like to join several authors in writing a guest blog post for his new website, I was driving to work early in the morning along Highway 10 on a stretch of road between Cloverdale and Langley.
Ever wonder what authors would do in the case of a zombie apocalypse? For the next several weeks, I'll be posting the answers to that question on my blog... This week, author Lee Edward Fodi weighs in on her zombie apocalypse survival plan.