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So the Food Generator is getting close to a Beta release.  How does this look?

  • Spiced Eggplant Mushroom on Croquette
  • Braised Buttered Ham
  • Buttered Couscous
  • Braised Raisin Burrito
  • Honey Okra and Spicy Corn Tabbouleh
  • Mint Pepperoni with Honey sauce
  • Deviled Firey Peanut and Onion Squid
  • Battered Poutine with Cream sauce
  • Pickled Sausage Risotto
  • Boiled Jerked Pepperoni Taco with Mustard sauce
  • Cool Ranch Corn and Corn Shrimp with Orange sauce
  • Breaded Spiced Eggplant
  • Grilled Apple Dumpling
  • Pesto Potato on Pilaf
  • Buttered Braised Sesame Mushroom and Artichoke Egg on Risotto
  • Mushroom on Noodles
  • Honey Chickpea Eggplant
  • Deviled Pepperoni
  • Egg and Potato Mushroom on Risotto
  • Raisin Quinoa
  • Spinach and Bread Couscous on Toast
  • Grilled Peanut Artichoke
  • Baked Corn Toast
  • Maple Corn and Mustard Eggplant Pork
  • Raisin Garlic Eggplant

I’m pretty pleased with it.  Some more setup and vocabulary is needed, but I’m pretty happy with it.  It sounds real.

If not always appetizing.

  • Steve

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Judging by the response I should just call it beta NOW.

  • Corn Kimchi Sushi
  • Pepperoni and Corn Jerky
  • Pickled Pesto and Teriyaki Salmon Onion
  • Deviled Tempura Soup
  • Corn and Teriyaki Sausage On-a-stick
  • Cabbage and Roe Chili
  • Cream Cheese
  • Quinoa and Okra Squid
  • Gingered Quinoa
  • Pepperoni and Corn Onion
  • Roe and Pork Chips
  • Chicken Lasagna
  • Cajun Tomato Bowl
  • Kimchi Sausage Pizza
  • Potato and Cream Nuggets
  • Pesto Salmon Burrito
  • Corn Omelette
  • Baked Chicken Kimchi On-a-stick
  • Maple Sausage Burrito
  • Tuna and Bean Ham
  • Pepperoni Beef Bowl
  • Curried Hummus
  • Pesto Garlic Bites
  • Steak Stew
  • Cream Ham Chips

What do you think?  Sound good?

– Steve

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And here you go, the Beta of the Reality Show Generator!  My friend Ewen inspired me when he created a Reality Show game, and I figured I’d see what would happen when I tried it.  Plus it gave me a chance to try out some techniques for analyzing data which I covered earlier – short form, very effective, faster, but kinda less exciting than winging it.

It doesn’t cover the huge range of crazy titles you may see as many are individualized, but I think it does a pretty good job.  be sure to leave feedback so I can tweak it!

  • American Charity
  • Aunt Wives
  • Brazilian Teacher Trade
  • Canadian Martial Artists
  • Food Man
  • Genuine Legends of the Secret Service
  • Honest Histories of the Navy
  • Iron Boy
  • King Institute
  • Korean Owls
  • Miami Destruction
  • Mountain Institute
  • Northern Owls
  • Shanghai Cowboys
  • South American Diva
  • Toronto Capture
  • Treatment Boy
  • Trustworthy Legends of the Army
  • Wild West Wife Parents
  • Wrecker
-Steve

Posted on by Steven Savage

OK, so where am I with Way With Worlds?  Here, let’s break it into bullet points to make it easier.

  • I am/will be putting in the prereader feedback soon.  That’s a bit behind, but that’s the way it goes.  I hope to do this by EOM.
  • Then the book ships to my editor, which is easy because that’s called “asking my roommate to do it.”  My roommate is a professional tech writer and document manager, so it’s going to be some serious quality work.
  • I hope for the editing to take two months with a month for followup.  It may go quicker.
  • The cover artist has been engaged and I’ve seen a draft for Book 1 already.  I like this enough it may be poster-worthy.
  • I want to drop book #1 in June and Book #2 in August.  That’s the plan, barring any interruptions
  • There will be followup work.

At this rate I don’t know what else to say except to occasionally post updates.  It’s really in editing and making great covers – and yes, I’ll start a book section here as mentioned for Sanctum-related works.

– Steve

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A context to create randomly generated books? I’m so there – though it sounds like it’s got a way to go in some areas. Do dig the idea of a choose-your-own-adventure book.

  •  Steve

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Hope everyone’s doing good.  I’ve been busy post-holiday – mostly catching up on all sorts of things I couldn’t do during the holiday.  Frankly didn’t get as much done as I wanted, but I also actually took a bit of time off as I needed it.  That holiday travel is not relaxing . . .

Reality Show Generator – Haven’t done much on this, but the notes are all there.  Once I get a bit further on my projects I can see when I can do this.  In theory it will go fast because the analysis is done.  But man, that analysis wasn’t that exciting . . .

Way With Worlds – Pre-readers are done for the first book (well now it’s two books, I finished the split)!  So now it’s time to integrate feedback and ship it off to the editor next month.  Still aiming for a later-summer release.

Creative Paths – I’ve been putting my theories of creativity and how people create into a small book, a guide to understanding how you create and how to practice other methods.  That should be out in January!

Other Things – Not too much up now, taking it easy, so keep generating!

– Steve

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I’m sorry, if this isn’t story fuel (or a Carl Hansen inspiration), you’re not trying hard enough – Man Arrested with 51 Live Turtles In Pants.

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A few links for you creatives.

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Came off of a busy well, so the update is I’ve been collecting feedback on the Plot Twist generator – and have a pretty healthy list.  So when things calm down a bit, back at it.  I think I got a pretty good amount.

Sorry this is tacking so long, but a few projects at work took precedence.

Some of our authors are a bit on hiatus due to other challenges as well.  The joy of end of summer and start of fall . . .

  • Steve

 

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