Mods: Guides, Tools, and Tutorials for Modding Skyrim


This article will discuss the various guides, tools, and tutorials that I use for my Skyrim modification process. This includes both ones I’ve created, and ones created by others (all credited).

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Mods: Modifications I Use for Skyrim


Here is a list I’ve compiled of my favorite mods, past and present, I’ve used for Skyrim. You can check out my personally made mods, too!

Click here for my Mods!

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NaNoWriMo Update #2


Late to the party of my progress! I was not able to finish my story. I did make it to 34k, which I consider a big achievement. I wrote another novel earlier this year (August 21 to October 15ish) that currently has over 78K. So I can do it!

I am going to be trying again next year. I will also going to be posting information and some excerpts from my current NaNoWriMo novel. I have no title at the moment.

Come see me at the NaNoWriMo site under selenameeka.

An Excerpt from the story is below the cut.

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NaNoWriMo Update


“A charismatic prince and his supernatural hunter companions must unite with a solitary witch to battle an evil necromancer hellbent on taking over the world.”

So far I’ve written 31,204 words for my novel as of November 18, 2017. I’m so excited! I need to work on finishing up my major points for my plotting outline and such, but the work is coming along. I had a bit of trouble sleeping after I finished a 2k night so I decided to see how I could expand some parts. I’ve gone back a few times to add in things. Last night I was able to come up with whole scenes/chapters that would add life to parts of the work I’ve already written.

Read below for some specifics about the novel for NaNoWriMo.

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Review: Darkness Within

TDWbanner copyThe bed squeaks under your weight as you try to move. It’s cumbersome to breathe with the stagnant air. It’s like a weight on your chest, oppressing your ribs into your lungs. The pain is an elephant with his trunk wrapped around your neck and his tusks pinning your neck in place.

Sucking in the deepest breath you can, you muster just enough force to open your eyes. Crimson slits like rips in the fabric of the darkness stare back at you. The redness casts an unholy glow over the creature’s features. His skin looks too tightly pulled over the exaggerated skull. He opens his mouth and the smell of rotting eggs pours out. It’s so thick you can see it escape through his teeth.

Before you can scream, he lunges forward, mouth agape.

You feel as if you’re floating, alone, drifting along with the numerous stars in the universe.

Everything is falling.

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