I’m excited to be back! Initially when I decided to take a hiatus from active posting here on the Written Vixen, it was intended to do some basic clean-up that I didn’t have the time to do effectively. Amidst trying to balance writing, updating the blog and my daily life, I found an opportunity to… Continue reading Welcome Back
The Written Vixen has been my project for three and a half years. There are so many things I want to do with my little corner of the internet. When I started this year, I had a lot I wanted to do for the blog. I’d planned on starting an author spotlight, updating my icon… Continue reading Hiatus
At some point in my life, I want to arrange a home office that contains a map of every fictional world I love. Tolkien’s Middle Earth, Paolini’s Alagaësia, McCaffery’s world of Pern. An entire wall dedicated just to the maps of fictional worlds. I love the look of fictional maps. And there’s no better place… Continue reading Worldbuilding: Maps
Truth seekers and storytellers alike came to him.
In cultures all over the world, there are timeless stories. Often these are oral stories we might hear from parents or grandparents. Most of them have a moral bend—instructing the listeners to be kind, to have compassion and to stay hopeful. A lot of these stories get lumped in under fairy tales. There’s a… Continue reading Twisted Tales