Assassin's Creed: Unity. Rin's thoughts and feelings I haven't played Assassins Creed: Unity since 2015. I know that I might be looking back at it through rose coloured glasses, but this review is purely my opinion, and I love my pink glasses. This review also isn't going to be a critical gameplay and story review, … Continue reading Rin Reviews: Assassins Creed Unity
Overview While I've been away, I've been planning and world building for a new book. I know that I've got a few projects on the go and no progress towards them, but this is a book I've wanted to write for as long as I can remember. and I want to make it the best … Continue reading Character goals; their Wants and Needs
Hiya everyone! As I explained briefly in my Mystery Blogger Award post, I've been in New Zealand for eighteen days! (2nd of August to 20th of August) It was such a great and unique experience! I'm going to run you through some of the highlights and post a few pictures. On the 2nd, I left … Continue reading Rin’s New Zealand Adventure!
Hiya Everyone! Different post today! I've been tagged by Becca to fill out this Mystery Blogger thing! I want to start off by saying sorry for lack of posts, I got back from New Zealand yesterday after a 2 week tour of both islands. I'm going to be putting something together to show the over … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award?!
I want to start this review with a small apology, I've been away for a couple of weeks to care for my own mental health, and I haven't had anything to write about. I'm starting to get into a better mental state, so I thought some writing would help me get back on track. When … Continue reading Inception Review
An image representing The Hero's Journey The Hero's Journey is one of the most commonly used story structures, even if people don't realise it. Written about in his book, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell outlines how most archetypal heroes use the same story, but with different characters. Popular works of fiction that … Continue reading Joseph Campbell’s: The Hero’s Journey
This is the second part of my Killing Days Side Story: Finn and Zoey planning. The first part is here: https://rinspect.home.blog/2019/06/16/killing-days-side-story-finn-and-zoey/ This post will go over the key plot points. Launching straight into the plot, I want to break it down into several sections. Normal life, Start of the apocalypse, Refusal, Meeting the mentor, Trials, … Continue reading Killing Days Side Story: Plot
Finn and Zoey was the original story that I wrote back in 2014. They were the main characters of their own apocalypse, much like how Dani and Ruby are the main characters of this apocalypse. In the original story, Finn and Zoey solved the apocalypse within two weeks. Where as the ending of Killing Days, … Continue reading Killing Days Side Story: Finn and Zoey
While possible, it is hard to pull off a story without a protagonist. The book is about them and their adventure. Most of the time, the protagonist will be the narrator character for the story, and we'll see the book through their eyes. I also want a Deuteragonist in my story. a deuteragonist is almost … Continue reading Defining my main characters (Killing Days Version 4)
I've chosen to write their story, not write a story for them. I never thought I would get onto a fourth version of Killing Days, I thought I would write it and be done with it. As I have done with the 8 or 9 books which I have written (and never shared) But the … Continue reading Setting Killing Days (Version 4)