For the last three years, I’ve driven the E134 from Bergen to Tønsberg at least once a year to visit family. It’s a beautiful drive, up narrow mountain roads to the beautiful scenery over the tree-line between Røldal and Haukeli. Every year I’ve thought about stopping, taking in the view and having a little wander… Read More Roadtripping over Haukelifjell
In my first post about worldbuilding, where I focus on how to get started with worldbuilding your novel, outlining is the very first step. There are many different ways to outline your story, and in the end, only you know what works for you. In this post I’m going to present four different ways to… Read More Four Ways to Outline Your Novel
When you first starting thinking about worldbuilding for your story, it can be almost impossible to figure out where to begin. There is so much you need to figure out, a simple google search will tell you that much after all, but where do you begin? I’m one of those strange people who wrote the… Read More Worldbuilding: Where to begin?
One of the things I’m always on the lookout for is inspiration for my worldbuilding. It can be anything from a word, sentence, newspaper article, or pictures. Todays inspiration comes in the form of the latter; pictures I took while hiking today in the Norwegian mountains. The area we’re currently in has given me so… Read More Worldbuilding inspiration