Tag Archives: games

Legends of Windemere: Book Champions vs Game Champions

  On Tuesday, I wrote a post about adapting an RPG (role-playing game) into a book and how changes have to be made.  I mentioned writing another post showing how I had to alter the 6 champions.  Let’s get right … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Making a Fictional Sport: Mouth Guard Not Included

Last year, I made a post about various sports and activities that can be done around Windemere.  From what I can tell, I never went into any advice or tips or comedy about how to design fictional sports.  One reason … Continue reading

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Opening Scene: Ichabod Brooks & Toy Tower

“Number thirty-eight!” a voice shouts from the multi-colored tower. The rubbery orb at the base opens up to show the bubble-filled room within. “We will only wait ten minutes before moving on to the next guest. It is a busy … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Lisa Burton Talks About Magi-Tech

Today I have a special treat for everyone.  C.S Boyack’s lovely assistant, Lisa Burton, is touring blogs to promote his latest book: The Playground.  She is here to give her opinion on the combination of magic and technology.  As a very … Continue reading

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Post Revisited: Game Vs. Book- Difference in the Details

Originally posted on December 12, 2013 . . . Day 12 of this blog’s existence.  Wow.  This is also really long.  I tried to clean it up, but it’s a topic that keeps coming back. At the age of thirteen, … Continue reading

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Gamer’s Lament

I miss the younger days Of boomerangs and hookshots Slaying evil with the family whip My days were filled With leveling and dungeons Soothing soundtracks in the air My enemies were strong Energy draining aliens And robot masters Driving me … Continue reading

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Game vs. Book: Difference in the Details

At the age of thirteen, I was introduced to Dungeons & Dragons, which opened the door to several other dice-based roleplaying games. This hobby lasted through college and a few years beyond. If you think I’m outing myself as a … Continue reading

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