Tag Archives: Characters

A note on creating characters

I’m currently reading The Insider’s Guide to Writing for Television by Julian Friedmann and Christopher Walker.  On the whole it’s a very good book and although it has a few small things I didn’t like, the good parts far outweigh … Continue reading

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My GFG Talk Video

When I spoke at the Games Forum Germany conference in January, the talk I gave was recorded.  I’m not sure when it went online, but you can now view the talk in full.  You have to scroll down the list … Continue reading

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The Lost Game – a scene

I decided to pull out one of the scenes from the “never to be published”, Call of Cthulhu: Destiny’s End. This takes place near the beginning of the intended game. Emily has taken car keys belonging to her father, Michael, … Continue reading

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The right tone

Last night I stayed up late (for me) and spent a little time on bits of a novel that I’ve been fiddling with for some time and yet has not progressed very well at all. Much of the problem has … Continue reading

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Games Forum Germany

Next week I’m talking at the Games Forum Germany. I was rather surprised when I was invited and, of course, very honoured. I hope I give a talk they’ll be pleased with. I decided to talk about aspects of character, … Continue reading

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Mitchell – new cartoon cat

Another idea for a cartoon cat forced it’s way into the now-cramped cupboard-under-the-stairs that is my mind and being fired up about the look of the character and the fun I can have with him, I’ve already posted the first … Continue reading

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