So today I decided to change #WriteFriday into #WriteMonday. I think Monday will be a better day for me to consistently write an update post here (especially since that’s the day I’m updating Sustainably North).
Oh, and I also finally figured out how to make this blog a menu link on my Shauna Kosoris website! I’ve been wanting to do that for awhile now but had a hard time figuring it out; I’ve been looking for how to do it in a very complicated manner. I was reading Austin Kleon‘s Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered, and it kind of inspired me to stop putting this off and figure it out. It turned out to be super easy (you just make a custom menu – this WordPress Support article explains how).
I also changed the Samples page on shaunakosoris.com to better split up the sample scenes and character bios. That was in preparation for adding the sample romantic scene I started working on to the page soon (I was hoping to get it edited and up a few weeks ago, but that failed to happen). I also wanted to show that the bios that are on the site were for different genres (one set are science fiction, the other fantasy).
In really good news, today I actually did edit the sample romantic scene I wrote and post it on shaunakosoris.com! The scene is a short conversation that takes place in an unnamed restaurant, mainly between the female player character and a love interest. I added in a couple of branches in the dialogue because it’s good practice – writing branches can be a bit tough! If you’d like to read it the sample, you can find it here. 🙂
In terms of Sustainably North, over the last few weeks I’ve written four posts: my second round up of interesting articles I’ve found on sustainability related topics, a quick post on a visit to a friend’s camp, a post about writing letters to Members of Parliament regarding Canada’s decision to purchase the Trans-Mountain Pipeline, and one that’s still forthcoming on a TED Talk a friend told me to watch (that’ll be up next Monday). The letter writing one was rather interesting to write because I’ve never written letters to politicians before; I had to research what to do (and then I actually wrote the letters). I’m interested to see what kind of replies I will get (if any).
So how has your week been?