Elisa Marsa knew the days of warriors fighting singly against organized dynamic units of the enemy were over. The Army had to change. Pam sat drinking with a few oil lamps lit, sketching on paper, drawing battlefield scenarios, organizing their simple charge into battle into an approach to open a locked foe, armoured and presenting […]Read More Pam Marsa of Thrane
Elisa was thought a fop at the courts of any of the Three Realms. To the Queens she was a worry. They feared another ambitious noble would try for her fief, and take it probably. The woman had no record in war, no honour. Just a very pretty, scarless, white-as-snow complexion, kissable triangle of a […]Read More Elisa Marsa Duchess of Thrane, Elisa of Change: A Meditation on a Favourite Character from “Light”
Already I anticipate the dreaded question for any writer not born with invincible instincts–so what? You’ve written you best, made your arguments, they stand up, and yet the reader finds herself asking, yeah, but so what? Your right. But who cares? It so happens I love Star Wars, even though it’s partially a guilty pleasure […]Read More Star Wars Y-Wing Fighter in Four Different Size Scales. Backwards Building again!
Every now an then my process shifts around to a more indulgent direction and rather than my original fiction builds inspiring the fiction I’m working on or will one day work on I feel compelled by the challenge to create in bricks the fiction that already exists. This month there were two such projects: one […]Read More Godzilla: Working Backwards, Fiction to Bricks