The Chronicles of Professor Elemental EPS 1

Well it’s out, Episode 1 of the Chronicles of Professor Elemental.


Project 005 First Draft finished.

Project 005 First Draft finished.

Well I finished the first draft of Project 005 – Dragon Hunt. Come to 2100 is words, will look over it to morrow along with my “Thesis” on dragon breath. but tonight its time for a drink and a sleep.

Off Project 5 and book covers.

Off Project 5 and book covers.

So I’ve actually done some writing this week after finishing my Japanese course and Project 5 is now up to 1700 words, this gives me 500 words left to fill in with the fight scene. I have plenty of video references and pictures so I just need to actually write!

I Have also mocked up my first book cover so I’m actually doing some thing. If I can only work out the last few bits then I can finish the master cover.

May be able to finish something then this month!

That’s all for now, see you in port next time, Airship Captains.

See you in port next time Airship Pilots!

A break from writing???

A break from writing???


Well the competition entry’s have been handed in and I started re-reading the work done on “Tales of the Aether Shadow – England

I may have to change some of the fundamental basics of it due to possible copyright claims but lets see how far it goes.

At 19 thousand worlds its well short of the 50K minimum for a novel and by my planning is about 60%!

I’m going to break it down into a series of mini stories and see if I can work things out from there. TotAS is actually a series of two parallel books telling each side story of a war spanning two dimentions.

England covers Captain James Purcell and the crew of the Aether Shadow, as they try to cope with people trying to take the ship away from them.

Albion tells the story of the forces of the Camalonions, the builders of the ship as they try to leave there dieing dimension.

In the end the “Diary’s of James Purcell” will have covered war, Mythical creatures, trans dimensions and living in Victorian England.

That’s all for now, see you in port next time, Airship Captains.