Okami to Koshinryo, Spice and Wolf, or as my friends call it, “Moe Economics” is proof that you can make any hobby into something interesting. So don’t hesitate to give your weird, questionable ideas the room they need to grow! A series about a spice merchant and his companion, the wolf Goddess Holo, the story basically follows their travels through a world fraught with trade and stories.
Why I recommend it to Writers: The story revolves entirely around the world around Holo and Vincent. The two of them are players on a massive stage, and that teaches a great love for the way money and trade works.
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Have you seen this anime? What about it made you want to be a better writer? Do you intend to go shotgun this anime now that I’ve shown it to you? Comment below and tell me what you think!
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It’s been quite a long time since we’ve done one of these! A weekly writing update is when I take a look back over the last week and determine what goals I’ve met and what goals I haven’t. Sometimes I’m proud of myself, and sometimes I’m not, and I find lately that that feels wrong. I should ALWAYS be proud of what I achieve, even if it isn’t what I wanted to achieve. Trying to be more grateful for myself and my works is one of my goals!
Knight of Kuryle – Unknown wordcount (still need to download and use Scrivener to edit)
Ashes and Ink – The New Kaimi Rowe book – 25997 words – First draft
The Faery King’s Bride – A fanfic project I started a few days ago – 2702 words
Pet Peeves – 07/16/15
Half a Year Gone By – 12/04/16
ISWG – New Years Resolutions – 01/06/16
The Time Machine – H.G. Wells
Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami
Get a new job (my current one is disagreeable)
Download Scrivener (if I can on this thing)
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