much ado about maps

Aside from biting my nails, a great way to use up the time (yes, yes -- I should just get on with draft one of book three already-- I know! Shut up. No one even asked you) is to tinker with some litteral world-building.

It turns out that the part of my brain that photoshops is vastly different from the part that writes. This means I can throw myself into the cartography of Arkadia without the usual anxiety of writing about it, and dare I say it, even have a bit of fun.

So here is what I'm up to. As always, any and all feedback would be brilliant.

In other news, google reader is ending. W.T.F. How am I going to keep up with all my blogs? All my sub-reddits? all my XKCD? Must I actually start visiting webpages again like its 1995?




  1. Hey, cool map! I think it's really well done.

    As for Google Reader, I've switched over to Feedly. You might want to check it out.

    1. Yeah, I have made the switch to feedly but am finding the change a little jarring. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Maps! I love maps! I always get all warm and fuzzy when a book has maps in it. There's probably a name for that in the annals of psychiatric medicine.

    Marian Allen
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