There are a lot of series I’m doing on this blog. From writing to knowledge, there’s a lot to see. I’d like to introduce you to all of the ongoing series, some you may know, others you may not. Let’s take a look.
Of course, the most well-known series is Authors Answer. Every week, I and a group of writers answer a question. I’ve now created a new page that lists all of the questions that have been asked. You can also find it in the Authors Answer menu option at the top. It just became much easier to find the answers you want.
My own writing in the form of flash fiction has been available in the side column, but not so easy to just browse it. I’ve now added a full listing under the Writing menu at the top. You can now quickly read all of my flash fiction.
I think my biggest project, one that will be quite extensive when it’s finished, is the Worldbuilding series. I’ve done only a handful of posts about it so far, but I have a lot more planned. If you really like worldbuilding, check it out. It’s available under the Writing menu at the top.
Currently on a break (I’m a bit busy) is What Will You Write? I need to fully update the main page for it, but check out the entries. The earlier ones were much busier. It’s well-worth the read, though. It’s also under the Writing menu.
I’ve also done a few interviews called 10 Questions. I’ve listed them under the Authors Answer menu at the top. However, I definitely recommend you take a look at the interviews.
On the topic of knowledge, under the Knowledge menu at the top is my Encyclopedia series. Every so often, I write a brief post about something of interest, although I’m mostly doing the solar system’s moons at the moment. I’m doing them in alphabetic order. Take a look!
And finally, I have the Library Photo Project. This is updated infrequently, as I only update when I actually go near a library. I will do more whenever I visit libraries. Have a look at what’s there.
Future series are quite possible. In fact, I’m thinking about one involving geography. I’d like to go through each country in alphabetic order and provide some interesting facts about each one. I’d been thinking about this for more than a year, since I began the Encyclopedia entries.
So, I’d like to do a little poll. Please give your answers (multiple answers possible) below, then leave a comment in the comments section.