Books!  Really shiny, happy, pretty books…

http://vlanguages.pbworks.com/w/page/118343718/vLanguages%20Wiki

Here’s the backstory:

Every January, the Electronic Village Online (EVO) http://evosessions.org/ offers free professional development courses.  They are always good and this year, I took one that was amazing.

It was called Immersive Storytelling in Virtual Worlds.

By the end of the class, each small group had created a comic book/graphic novel.  That’s the link above.

I was a complete neo to virtual worlds (and yes, I see the Matrix movie puns just waiting to leap out there).  It was so much fun, the teachers were so welcoming – it was well worth the learning curve.  Most of the mistakes I made were pretty humorous.  🙂 I’m a total convert now.

Plus, I got to play with words….lots of words…probably too many words

Sorry about that, editor of our book

 

 

Microblogvember has reinforced how much I love playing with words and also how very enjoyable it is to see others do the same.  Posting this quickly in case we lose power (big storm :o), reinforcing that Nature rules the roost.

Some of my favorite authors see borders as a place of magical fluidity and possibility.

At the crossroads of three state borders, in a town once within the borders of a neighboring state, and in a Heritage Corridor, that, following the rivers, transcends state borders – yes.