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Roche
Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 by Roche If there’s one thing we can trust about Second Life is the fact that it is constantly changing. Many locations we have grown to enjoy and even love have disappeared. As a result, I have deliberately tried to avoid sims that are fairly new in Second Life exactly because I realize that, as I write this column, that sim could simply vanish. Fortunatel...
Kats Beach
Published on Friday, February 13, 2015 by Kats Beach Night time at Kats Beach welcomes us as we arrive to a pleasantly quiet and somewhat melodic seashore. The sound of waves bursting on the sand and the seagulls screeching in the distance invite us to explore. I, as many others, have been visiting this location for a long time. It is, after several years, a favorite location for photography and fashion b...
Amar en Meleth
Published on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
Toshigi Japan Cybercity
Published on Saturday, October 4, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
MOSP
Published on Monday, September 1, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
Milk Wood
Published on Friday, August 1, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, if you prefer, a link to it. Thank you! Milk Wood Six months have gone by sin...
The Far Away
Published on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
Taka no Sakura
Published on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
Annwn Willows
Published on Thursday, May 1, 2014 by A Story Waiting to Happen is a series of monthly articles about sims in the virtual world of Second Life that could be inspiring for writers. The goal is to trigger ideas for new stories, new characters and new settings. If you write a story prompted by the following post, do consider leaving it in the comments or, should it be too long, a link to it. Thank you. ...
Hazardous
Published on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 by Hazardous Hazardous is a familiar sim where I have spent countless hours, a few months ago, falling upon its richness. The end result was a short story called “The Piano Player”. I have decided to revisit this sim with you, dear reader, because I think you’d enjoy the untold stories it evokes. Mandingo Quan, the owner of the sim, tells the visitor to "Drea...
Gehena Vampire Clan
Published on Saturday, March 1, 2014 by Gehena Vampire Clan The literary world is rife with vampire stories. I must admit I am not a fan of the genre. Yet, I have been a regular visitor of several vampire sims simply because they provide a rich environment to find new ideas for my writing. So, this month, I have decided to take you on a visit to the Gehena Vampire Clan sim located in the vir...
Collins Land
Published on Saturday, February 1, 2014 by “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”William Wordsworth Collins Land When Harriet Gausman, owner of Milk Wood, invited me to be a guest blogger and write a series of monthly articles about sims that could be inspiring to writers, I immediately thought of Collins Land to begin this extraordinary writing journey. The garden tools, t...
Inspiring Worlds – Where’s Carmina?
Published on Saturday, June 2, 2012 by It's hard being a writer. Let's face it, when the dreaded writer's block comes a calling it's like the end of the world. Will I ever write again? Has my muse gone AWOL for good? How will I rebuild momentum? Different writers have different ways of dealing with it. You might just hole up for the duration, cover yourself in a comforter and hibernate. Or maybe you're ...
Campus d’Art Review
Published on Sunday, October 9, 2011 by Through the years in Second Life® there have been few places I have come to personally admire as the Campus d'Art. It has been the passion of Cecilia Delacroix to piece together this gem of education, history and culture of the great artists of our time. The Campus d'Art comprises a large 4 story museum and 20+ other separate buildings, which are set up to sp...
Roleplay to Better Writing – Where You At?  SETTING
Published on Friday, October 22, 2010 by In its basic definition, setting is a story's time and place. Setting can help illustrate an historical moment or create a story within a particular social context. Years after 9-11, writers began to integrate this horrific event into stories and use hints of the tragedy to reflect societal issues that erupted after the event, such as fear, safety of one's self and ...
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