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Tag Archives: Julius Ceasar
World Building-Part 2: Social and Cultural Aspects
by Fae Rowen As exciting as it is to create a physical setting, my favorite part of world building is the cultural aspect. Out of the world’s culture comes the social customs, which can really show life on the planet. … Continue reading
Posted in Craft Tagged Amanda Quick, Building a culture, Building a Society, C.J. Cherryh, Cleopatra, Elizabeth Craig, Elizabeth Spann Craig, Fae Rowen, George Lucas, Harry Potter, Hogwart's, J.K. Rowling, Jack Whyte, Jayne Ann Krentz, Julius Ceasar, Mystery Writing is Murder, Riley Adams, Rules for World Building, science fiction, show don't tell, Star Wars, Star Wars Prequels, tricks to show don't tell, WKB, World Building, Writer's Knowledge Base, Writers in the Storm, writing, Writing Craft 13 Comments
Druids Part 2: Druids and Celtic Culture
By Lyn Horner Click here for Part 1 or Part 3 of the four-part Druid series. NOTE: Don’t forget to comment by Midnight Friday June 17th so you can be entered in a drawing for a free copy of my book, Darlin’ Druid! Before delving … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellaneous, Other Obsessions Tagged Aes Dana, Book of Kells, Celtic culture, Celtic knot designs, celtic origins, Celtic tribes, Celts of France, druí, Druids, Druids of Britain, filí, Gauls, Hibernia, Irish ancient law-tracts, Irish tradition of storytelling, John King, Julius Ceasar, La Tène art, La Tène period, Lyn Horner, Myles Dillon, Nora Chadwick, Old Ireland, Richard Warner, Roman invasion of Ireland, Táin Bó Cúailnge, tuath, tuathas, Writers in the Storm, writing research 8 Comments