Over at the HERE, THERE BE DRAGONS website, I've begun posting the annotations to the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, starting with a preamble that explains how the series began. What's going to make these entries interesting reading (hopefully) is the look into process they'll provide. The annotations will show not just how I wove history, and mythology, and pop culture into the stories I write, but how everything in this author's environment contributes in some way to the creative process. Pop over and have a look - I hope you enjoy reading it! http://www.heretherebedragons.net/?p=133
Everything You Always Wanted To Know - A Resource For Teachers and Librarians
September 09, 2009
There are so many places to read new information about authors and their doings that it's often hard to keep track. Harder still is finding a reason to bookmark another site about any author's books, unless the content being provided is both interesting and unique. I'm about to start a new regular regimen of posting over at www.heretherebedragons.net with material that a lot of people have been asking for since the very first book of the series was published: I'm going to start annotating the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica. The full announcement is over at the website, along with details as to what, why, and how I'm going to be posting. I'm also going to be frequently adding downloads like the wallpapers and the ever popular "How To Draw A Dragon" worksheet. So there'll be a lot of good reasons to visit often! Please go take a read, and bookmark the site. And then come Friday, we'll see what kind of literary, historical, and mythological shenanigans I've been up to.