Marine Monday: Infopedia’s



Hello Space Cadets, how are you today?  I’m doing outstanding, getting ready for the launch of my debut novel The Legion Awakes and hoping everyone loves it.  Paying back my mom for what we spent in the pre-publication stage wouldn’t hurt either!  To do that, people have to find me, so that lets me justify my time playing on my blog.  Shh, if anyone asks it’s for work (nods vigorously).


Today I wanted to talk to you about a feature of Tim’s website that has a metric frakk ton of information about his world building.  He labels these Infopedia’s, and they read like an encyclopedia entry.  They’re written in from the perspective of future historians studying the past, the eras we both write in.  It was a lot of fun to read when I was first introduced to his world as a reader.  I often refer to it as I write as well, and since I started this World Building Series Tim has been inspired to update this section on his own blog.


In addition, these posts serve as additional cannon support for the Universal Codex that my editor posted about over on his blog.  Sometimes they’re called other things as well; Universe Bible, World Building Style Guide or their brain dumps.  If you don’t follow him, and you love reading and writing, you should check him out.


I’m sorry this wasn’t a more exciting post, but I felt that I needed to point everyone in the right direction to see the building blocks of my works.  From here on out, I’ll be focusing on the things I added to the universe and will let Tim embellish his own idea babies.  Hopefully this helps, and wasn’t too disappointing.  As you know, I’ve been handling the pre-publication details of my first two novels.



 Until next time, stay frosty and don’t forget to keep your powder dry!

brown_bess JR


 –> As usual, all images came from the Google’s “labeled for reuse” section or are owned by JR Handley.


2 thoughts on “Marine Monday: Infopedia’s

  1. For a world as deep as yours, something like this is important. I’m constantly on Sanderson’s site looking at how things add up. Posts like this are helpful to readers who want to get a little context. Sure, you want your readers to not HAVE to look up an encyclopedia, but if they WANT one, that might be helpful.

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    • It helps me to have it, so why not share! 🙂 As I get out of the red, I’ll invest in a better website to link everything like Tim does… he has the benefit of coding his own stuff, so it only costs him time. Though, realistically, that has a value as well.

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