As you know, I submitted last week my story “Circle of Life” to Renderosity’s annual Holiday Contest.Continue reading “Renderosity’s annual Holiday Contest is open for voting!”
I just submitted my entry for Renderosity’s annual Holiday Contest.
The theme for this year’s contest is Lost Holiday Toys.
As you know, I wrote this week a sweet little story for it and did yesterday a thumbnail image for the entry.
I named the story “Circle of Life,” and the word count is 993.
To not spoil your reading experience, I will not tell you anything about it in advance, so just take a look at it and the other entries.
All I can hope for is that you like my story enough to vote for me as soon as voting starts on December 19 at 10:00 am CT.
In any case, you deserve my thanks already for just reading it, and as usual, you are free to contact me about anything you want to tell me.
Yesterday, as planned, I finished the translation of the new contest story, remaining shortly under one thousand words. I also managed the first run of proofreading too.
I have given the story for additional proofreading to my two muses; the English one to Farra Triss and the German one to my girlfriend.
I expect both of them to finish tomorrow.
am game-mastering every second Friday our roleplaying evening; however,
tomorrow evening, it might be called off.
If that happens, I will make the final changes after my regular office day and submit the story at the contest.
If I am out tomorrow to harass my players with monsters and villains, I will do it on Saturday.
This time it is allowed to do promotion; therefore, I will tell you more as soon as I have submitted my story at the contest.
The last two evenings, I wrote a short little story for a contest. In fact, I only spent Monday evening on it, while yesterday, I did the proofreading and made some minor adjustments.
Naturally, I wrote the story, which still has no name, in my native language. At the moment, it counts 998 words in German.
This evening I will translate the story into English.
Wish me luck that I will still be under the allowed word count of one thousand words after finishing the translation. If I exceed it, I need to rephrase a bit; if I am far under the word count, I have already some passages I would like to add.
Aside of that word count issue, I expect to finish the story tomorrow evening with proofreading.
I will keep you informed.