Wayback Wednesday - Jan 15, 2020
I've been slowly transitioning into posting about my work each weekday on Twitter and Tumblr (<- newly renamed to match my name here) and posting more to my Ko-fi. It occurred to me this week that I wasn't posting to my author blog. How ironic! So now my posts will be made here first. Today we get a blast from the past in Liminal Chronicles.
This is one of my favorite species, because there's so much room for interpretation. Many people will think of Miyazaki's version from movies like Princess Mononoke. I wanted more than a watching forest child or a spirit stuck in a tree--something that hints of mischief and their almost alien nature. It's loosely based on Shinto beliefs, but out of respect for the Japanese culture that I love I tried to give it a unique spin so it built on what I could find of them instead of just swiping the idea. If you'd like to know more about these little guys, click on the article box in the middle.
A question for my readers, I've been pondering how best for authors to utilize World Anvil for getting the word out about their worlds. Do you like this style?